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December 26, 2009 — The 2009-10 Arapahoe Basin Bonus Pass is now on sale for $359. The Bonus Pass provides skiers and riders unlimited usage at A-Basin for the 2009-2010 ski season plus five non-transferable ski days valid at Keystone or Breckenridge. One of those five days can be used at Vail or Beaver Creek (some date restrictions apply). A limited number of these passes will be sold.
A-Basin Only Season Pass
The 2009-10 Arapahoe Basin only Adult Season Pass (ages 20-69) is now on sale for $299, the youth pass (ages 15-19) is available for $199, and the child pass (ages 6-14) is $109. These passes have no black-out dates and can be used for one of the longest ski seasons in the country.
Pass Holder Benefits
Pass holders will receive discounts throughout the ski area. Discounts include one $25 half-day class lesson, 10% off food (excluding the 6th Alley bar), 10% off purchases made at Arapahoe Sports and Black Mountain Sports, five days of skiing at Bear Valley in California, one unguided day of skiing at Silverton Mountain, friends and family A-Basin lift ticket discounts and $10 off performance tunes in the Base’n Edge Tune Shop.
Pass prices may increase at any time. Bonus Passes are available while supplies last. All season passes and Vail Resort ski days are non-transferable and non-refundable. Passes can be purchased in person at the ski area or online at www.arapahoebasin.com.
Full Moon Dinner and Snowshoe at Black Mountain Lodge
This winter, Arapahoe Basin will host three full moon snowshoe dinners. The evening will begin with a ride up the Exhibition chairlift to Black Mountain Lodge where guests will receive a cordial upon arrival. Enjoy cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres followed by an elegant, themed buffet prepared by Chef Christopher Rybak with entertainment by a local musician. The evening will end with a snowshoe or hike down to the base area.
Feb 27th “Dinner in the Dolomites” An evening featuring foods of Northern Italy accompanied by Italian wines.
March 27th “Under a Fuji Full Moon”
An eruption of Asian flavors and fare along with a selection of sake. April 24th “A Night in the French Alps” A full moon evening of French cuisine paired with French wine.
To view the full dining menu and to book your reservation, visit www.arapahoebasin.com.
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