MEDIA CENTER | IMAGE GALLERY | EVENTS CALENDAR | CONTACT US       For immediate releaseNew College Season Pass to Feature Waterville Valley, Cannon Mountain, Bretton Woods and Cranmore MountainThe 2008-2009 4-NH College Pass On Sale April 1 Includes Spring Skiing This Season Waterville Valley, NH – Waterville Valley and Cranmore Mountain Resort announced today that Cannon Mountain, located in Franconia Notch State Park, and Mount Washington Resort's Bretton Woods will join them to offer a new college pass for the 2008-09 season. The new 4-NH College Pass will offer unlimited skiing and riding on 255 trails, 37 lifts, 1,061 acres and 13 terrain parks, making it the college season pass with the most skiing in New Hampshire. Passes go on sale April 1 and in addition to the 2008-09 winter season, the pass will include unlimited spring skiing for the rest of this winter. The pass costs only $249 with no blackout dates when purchased before May 31, 2008 at Waterville Valley or Cranmore Mountain. Prices will increase to $279 after that deadline."The popular Threedom College Pass has long been recognized as New England's best ski value for students. Adding Cannon and Bretton Woods means students will have even more terrain and variety with one pass," commented Waterville Valley General Manager Tom Day. All four areas are located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and are under an hour's drive from each other. Easy access on Route 93 and Route 16 offer college students a large variety of ski terrain, all within 2 to 2 ½ hours from Boston. To qualify for the 4-NH College Pass, students must show a current student ID plus proof of full-time enrollment (12 credits as of fall 2008) with a letter from the registrar's office or with a current college schedule print out. The 4-NH College Pass can be purchased online at or or by calling 1-800-GO-VALLEY (468-2553) or Cranmore at 1-800-SUN-N-SKI (1-800-786-6754). Waterville Valley is located two hours north of Boston at One Ski Area Road, in Waterville Valley, NH. Known for its variety of terrain, snowsports school and resort village, Waterville Valley is part of the Booth Creek family of resorts that include: Cranmore Mountain Resort, Northstar-at-Tahoe, and Sierra-at-Tahoe.