I went up to keystone today with a friend who was using a borrowed season pass from my dad. Unknown to my friend and I, Vail Resorts has a
"non-transferable" policy, you should know this from the size 2 font indicating this on your pass. The liftie did not like that my 16 y/o friend was not 45 so he said he was going to revoke the pass. I tried to plead with the liftie, we had no idea that it was an issue, I told him my dad "didn't" know I had taken his pass for the day. He didn't care, so he proceeded to make us fill out paperwork, tell me I'm lucky police don't get involved for identity theft, and then had the audacity to tell me I could pay ONLY $2,500 to get the pass renewed. It is halfway through the season and this is the price of a full package season pass smh. After skiing I find out that these lifties get paid a reward for catching these criminals. Im a teenager who made an honest mistake and is happy to pay for a day pass if a have to. Thinking back to this experience I feel manipulated and exploited out of thousands of dollars.