mt bachelor season pass sale

With the inevitable end of summering nearing, we’re prepping for the winter season and getting excited about skiing and snowboarding with the Mt. Bachelor Season Passes sale on now. People have been drawn to Sunriver and Mt. Bachelor for 60 years and today visitors to the mountain can experience 4,318 acres of terrain at the sixth largest ski mountain in America. Not only that, but with a six-month winter season, winter snow sport lovers visiting Mt. Bachelor can take advantage of one of the longest seasons in the world.

Mt. Bachelor Winter Pass Sale Information

Mt. Bachelor offers a variety of winter season passes to accommodate your desired level of stoke (and the amount of time you can actually spend on the mountain. For locals, September often means lower prices for full season passes, but visitors to the area can also take advantage of pre-season pricing on selected season pass options like the flexible four-day pass. The four-day pass provides visitors coming over for a couple weekends during the winter four passes they can use throughout the season (with some blackout date exceptions). Mt. Bachelor season pass options include:

  • Full Season Pass
  • Midweek Pass
  • 12 Day Pass
  • 4 Day Pass
  • Pure30 Pass
  • Nordic Season Passes

12-day passes also make a great option for visitors planning to make frequent trips to Sunriver over the course of the six-month season to ride at Mt. Bachelor. The 12-day pass is valid for 12 days of use during the winter season, which tentatively runs from the end of November to the end of May. The pass does have blackout dates from December 26, 2018 – January 1, 2019 and February 16-17, 2019. If you plan on visiting during these high-traffic, holiday weekends, the 12-day pass may not be the best option. As a bonus, if you purchase your pass by September 30 and use your first pass on or before December 21, you’ll receive a FREE bonus day!

The same blackout dates and bonus deal applies for the four-day pass, which means you’ll also receive an extra free day on the mountain to enjoy the sunshine and snow.

Want to experience Mt. Bachelor like a local for a month? Choose the Pure30 pass, which allows you to explore the nation’s sixth largest ski area with unlimited access to all 4,318 acres for 30 consecutive days during one of the longest winter seasons in the country. No blackout dates. Just 30 consecutive, restriction-free days of winter shredding at Mt. Bachelor.

Plan Your Sunriver Winter Vacation

With a fresh, new rate plan at Sunset Lodging, we make it easy to plan your Sunriver winter vacation. Take advantage of new, lower nightly rates and book your winter ski vacation today. Guests taking advantage of Mt. Bachelor season pass specials can also rely on Sunset Lodging to provide outstanding customer service and luxury accommodations on the fly. Buy the 12-day pass and when you decide last minute to come over for the weekend, call our reservation staff and we’ll find you the perfect Sunriver vacation rental with a lower nightly rate than years past.

Buy Mt. Bachelor Season Passes Today

What are you waiting for? September 30 is your last chance for the lowest pricing on Mt. Bachelor season passes. This will also be your only chance to buy the 4-day pass, which is no longer available for purchase after September 30. Head over to mtbachelor.com today to purchase your season passes online.

2 Comments

  1. Patty

    Are you going to participate in a multi-resort pass this year? Last year you were part of the MAX Pass. The MAX pass was replaced by the IKON pass for this season. Any plans to join? Thanks.

    • annep@sunriverlodging.com

      Hi Patty! If you head over to mtbachelor.com they will probably have more information about multi-resort passes.

      Thanks for checking out our blog!

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