Crystal Mountain Keeps the Season Going
Competitors’ Season Passes Mean Discounts at Crystal
THOMPSONVILLE, MICH – With more than a foot of snow blanketing Benzie County over the last 48 hours and more on the way, Crystal Mountain is offering great deals to all skiers and riders – even those with current season passes to other ski areas.
Come to the Crystal Mountain ticket window, show your current season pass from another ski area and get an open to close lift ticket for half-price. The same is true for anyone who purchased a 2012/2013 UpNorth Ski Card – even if the Crystal Mountain portion has already been punched – just show us your 2012/2013 card and get half-off an open to close lift ticket.
“The 2012/2013 ski season is still going strong at Crystal Mountain,” said Mike Cote, Director of Skiing for Crystal Mountain, “and we want to do what we can to make sure everyone has a chance to get out there and enjoy the amazing conditions on the hill. It’s been a great year and it’s not over yet.”
Crystal Mountain will continue to accept current season passes from other ski areas until Sunday April 7th.
Established in 1956, Crystal Mountain is a family-owned, four-season resort with one of Golf Magazine’s Top 25 Golf Schools in America, Spa Magazine’s Best Midwest Spas three years running, named among the inaugural Detroit Free Press 16 Green Leaders in Michigan and recognized as one of Condé Nast Travelers 50 Best Places to Ski and Stay in North America (2011) . Located in northwest lower-Michigan, a short drive from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, the resort features downhill and cross-country skiing, Michigan Legacy Art Park, golf, alpine slide, water playground, lodging, dining, countless year-round outdoor activities and kids programs, an IACC-approved conference center, weddings, real estate and Crystal Spa.