MSIA Cold is Cool Passport allows Fourth and Fifth Graders to Ski Free in Michigan!
Families can obtain a Cold is Cool Ski & Ride Passport App for their 4th and/or 5th graders that gives them up to three free lift tickets or trail passes at 28 participating ski areas, plus additional discounts on the slopes and in Michigan ski shops. MSIA charges $25 for the passport (to cover app development and maintenance.)
In addition to the lift tickets donated by the participating ski areas, Cold is Cool Passport also includes a coupon for 20% off a helmet purchase and $20 off the purchase of $100 at participating ski shops across the state. Some ski areas have also included coupons for equipment rental and free or discounted lessons.
Note: We have turned the Passport booklet into an app to download on your phone, making it contactless at the lift ticket window. The app will be available to download before the snow flies. You can pre-order yours now, and once the app is ready, we’ll send instructions on how to download.
The 2020/2021 ski and snowboard SEASON PASSES start at only $199.
Season Pass Holders will NOT be required to make an advance reservation to ski or ride on any given day. As a season pass holder, you will be able to ski every day that your pass is valid. If necessary, we may limit skier volume at our resort. Please note that any volume limitations put into place will not impact season pass holders.
All season passes purchased are non-refundable. If the ski area is unable to open at all due to COVID-19, all pass monies paid will be applied to the 2021/22 season. However, once we open and start operating, we will not be giving refunds in the event of a government mandated shut down. We are taking the risk and bearing the considerable expense of making the snow up front to prepare for the season. We understand that in order to take advantage of our best pricing options, you will also be taking the risk of purchasing a season pass in advance. If you are uncomfortable with this, we recommend waiting and purchasing daily lift tickets.
Please note that skiing and snowboarding is a healthy, outdoor activity with built-in social distancing, and that we plan to do everything possible to get open and stay open for the 2020/2021 season. There are many unknowns at this time, however, we do know that we will continue to focus on making and grooming quality snow to give you a first rate experience on some of best ski & snowboard terrain in the state.
SEASON PASS RECIPROCALS
All Caberfae season passholders (Midweek, Weekend & Peak) will received the following SEASON PASS RECIPROCALS at our neighboring resorts.
SEASON PASS PHOTO PROCESS
Please email pass photos to firstname.lastname@example.org when you purchase your pass. As long as we can see your face, we can resize, cut and crop as needed. We will also keep your photo on file for future years. All season passes that we have photos for will be mailed out by Mid-November.
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Turn your volume up and find out why Chris is so happy and energetic all the time. Hopefully, his positivity rubs off on all of us and makes your ski experience even better!
With superior snowmaking and grooming of 435 acres and 55 downhill runs, three terrain parks including a halfpipe — and a whole lot more — Boyne Highlands Resort offers up an experience with unparalleled tradition unlike any other!
When you purchase a Boyne Highlands season pass you can rest easy with our Worry-Free Winter Assurance Plan. The Worry-Free Winter Assurance Plan is included as part of your Boyne Highlands season pass purchase.
The Happiness Card is your ticket to flexibility and value when skiing at Boyne Highlands.
Choose the days you want to hit the slopes throughout the 2021/22 ski season, and the days do not need to be consecutive.
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It's your final chance to join the Highlands family and get your season pass for the upcoming 2021/22 season before prices increase!
After midnight on Friday October 15th, pass prices will go up, so lock in your mountain access for winter now!