Lincoln, NH - Loon Mountain Resort, located in New Hampshire's White Mountains, offers great value for skiers and outdoor enthusiasts. Superior Snow, New England Passes, Frequent Skier Cards, eTickets, Ski & Stay packages and the Winter Adventure Package are all ways for guests to receive excellent value and save money, both on and off the slopes this winter.
After investing $20 million in the past five years to add more terrain, uphill capacity and state-of-the-art snowmaking and grooming technology, Loon continues its commitment to providing a great guest experience in 2011-2012 with 4 new trails and an additional 170 of HKD’s latest-technology, Low-E tower snow guns. In the past 2 seasons, Loon has added 600 of these tower snow guns to its arsenal - the largest installation of these highly-efficient, state-of-the-art snowmaking guns in North America - increasing overall snow production by as much as 150%, and allowing the Resort to maximize snow output at a wider range of temperatures. For skiers and riders, this means more terrain open earlier, more snow and better conditions all season. This is why Loon can promise Superior Snow, and back up that promise with the best snow guarantee in New England.
The New England Pass offers the best season pass value in the Northeast with access to 3 premier New England Resorts: Loon Mountain, Sunday River and Sugarloaf; and a combined total of 351 trails; 2,169 acres; 15 terrain parks; and 6 halfpipes; all served by 42 lifts. Benefits also include retail discounts at resort shops, and free or specially-priced skiing at western Boyne Resorts, including Big Sky, Montana. There are 3 levels of the New England Pass from which to choose: Gold, Silver and Bronze, plus an unrestricted College Pass and a new Graduate Pass. Pass options, benefits and pricing can be found online at www.loonmtn.com.
The Frequent Skier Card, also valid at Loon Mountain, Sunday River and Sugarloaf, includes one free lift ticket, and entitles the bearer to lift ticket savings of up to $25 per day all winter long. For $97, skiers and riders can purchase a 2011-12 Frequent Skier Card and get one free day of skiing and riding, plus savings of $25 on midweek, non-holiday lift tickets and savings of $15 on weekends and during holiday periods, plus savings at select Boyne Resorts’ western mountains including Big Sky, Montana.
eTickets, which are available online at loonmtn.com, are purchased in advance of arrival and offer savings of 15% over regular multiday tickets. Ski & Stay packages, starting at just $89 per person, per night, based on double occupancy, are also a great way for guests to save on both lodging accommodations and lift tickets. Area accommodation and Ski & Stay package information is available at loonmtn.com.
Located right at the base of the mountain, the Loon Mountain Adventure Center offers a variety of winter activities such as zipline, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowshoe tours, snow tubing, ice skating and indoor rock climbing. The most economical way for guests to experience everything that Loon has to offer off the mountain is with a Loon Mountain Adventure Package, which delivers a whole day of family fun at an affordable price. Priced at just $49 per person, the Adventure Package includes cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, a round trip on the zipline across the Pemigewasset River, unlimited climbing on the indoor climbing wall, and a one-hour snow tubing session at the lift-served tubing center. New this winter, guests can show that day’s valid lift ticket and get the Adventure Package upgrade for just $25 per person.
For more information on all the great the Loon Winter Adventure Package, Frequent Skier Card, and the New England Pass, visit loonmtn.com for details, pricing, and information.