Leadville, CO (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
Ski Cooper announced this morning the availability of a new, affordable ski pass offered to skiers and snowboarders visiting the historic Leadville, CO ski resort on Saturday, October 27. The new XP 4 Day Pass allows the mountain’s guests to ski just four days on one pass without blackout dates or consecutive day requirements for only $99.00.
“This new lift ticket allows our guests from the Front Range an affordable way to ski and snowboard here this winter,” said Ski Cooper’s new General Manager, Dan Torsell. “Everyone in Colorado should be able to enjoy the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, and we hope this makes it easier.”
Starting October 27, the XP 4 Day Pass will be available for purchase only online at http://www.skicooper.com. For $99, individuals can enjoy any four days of skiing or snowboarding that Ski Cooper has to offer in the 2012-2013 winter season. “Basically people are buying a four day lift ticket, but they can use it any four days they want to ski some of Colorado’s finest snow for less than $25 per day,” said Ski Cooper’s marketing manager Bob Casey.
The pass is good only at Ski Cooper, and is not subject to the resort’s partnerships with regional ski areas. It is available at the $99 price through November 22, Thanksgiving Day, and then the price increases to $119 per person while they last.
For more information about the XP 4 Day pass, season pass availability, ski lessons, and more, call (719) 486-2247 ext. 109 or visit http://www.skicooper.com.
About Ski Cooper
With its base at an altitude of 10,500 feet, a summit at 11,700 feet, Ski Cooper offers 2,400 skiable acres of world-class, affordable skiing, snowboard, tele-skiing and snowcat skiing in heart of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains near historic Leadville. Ski Cooper is Colorado’s fifth oldest ski resort whose rich history embraces the Leadville Silver Boom, the 10th Mountain Division’s training for World War II, and more. Lifts open at 9:00 a.m. and close at 4:00 p.m., and the rental shop is open 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Come out and play.