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In a move to better match the quality of the on-mountain experience
with the daily lift ticket price, Mt. Bachelor is putting into place a
sliding scale that takes into account the amount of lift serviced
terrain and weather factors such as visibility, wind, precipitation and
temperature. A single day non-holiday adult lift ticket will be priced
at $69, $59, or $49 depending on the expected conditions of the day.
For more information check out our FAQ page.
Single Day Adult Ticket Rates will be $69, $59 or $49 depending on the amount of lift serviced terrain and daily weather factors. All other age group single day pricing will adjust in the same manner. Prices will be determined the afternoon prior using the following methodology:
[IMG]mtbachelor.com/winter/tickets/lift_tickets/ticket_pricing.jpg[/IMG]*Visibility, winds, temperature and precipitation other than snow are taken into account. Adjustments made prior to 7a.m. Operating Lifts + Weather Conditions = Daily Color Adult Ticket Price Daily color Green
“Mt. Bachelor receives some of the best quality and deepest snow accumulation in the country, but we also wrestle with days of lower visibility, winds and rime,” said Dave Rathbun, President and General Manager. “Mt. Bachelor is a ‘top 10’ mountain experience on those good days, but when it’s rough, or while we are receiving a 20, 30, 40 or more inch pounding, we want to price more in line with the experience. This new program will allow us to charge a fair price for the skiing and riding available on a given day. It is surely unique, but Mt. Bachelor is a unique experience with a large segment of our day and overnight guests who visit on short notice based on conditions and value for the price paid.”Mt. Bachelor aims to provide you the best possible all mountain experience in the Northwest. Mother Nature is truly in charge. WE DO NOT OFFER WEATHER REFUNDS. Weather can change rapidly at higher elevations and remember, it is our high elevations that bring the low-density powder.
"Dudes on the chair" are rarely all that accurate. Green = the low price, Blue = middle price, Red = top price. Get less pay less, get more pay more. Rather than arbitrary number regardless.
Yeah lol, you bomb the first jump from the middle of tbird just to make the knuckle, then you carve hard into the monster stepdown.
By the way hames, how much bigger is the new 3rd lrg hit in slope from last time?