- For the price of downloading just 200songs on an iPod, Colorado teenagers can purchase a five-resort, 2005-06Colorado Pass for $199 this spring, rather than at the regular $349adult rate (iPod not included). The new "Teen Colorado Pass" offersthe same benefits as an adult pass, including unlimited skiing andriding at Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin and 10 days at Vailand Beaver Creek, for young adults ages 13-18. "We're pleased to make this first-time, special offer for teenagersthis spring," said Chris Jarnot, vice president of marketing and salesfor Vail Resorts. "We've worked hard to keep skiing andsnowboarding affordable for families across the state and this new passencourages them to ski and ride together at Vail, Beaver Creek,Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin."
Available now through May 15, 2005, teens must purchase the pass inperson at one of the following locations, Fridays-Sundays: Colorado Ski& Golf locations in Arvada, Aurora, Littleton and Colorado Springs; REIlocations in downtown Denver and Fort Collins; and Boulder Ski Deals. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The Adult andChild Colorado Passes also are on sale through May 15 at theaforementioned locations as well as online at www.coloradopass.com forpass holders who are renewing. The Teen Colorado Pass will berestricted at Vail and Beaver Creek, Nov. 25-26, 2005, Dec. 27-31, 2005and Feb. 18-19, 2006.
The Teen Colorado Pass is only guaranteed to be available until May 15and may not be available again next fall. Mom or dad can make a $29down payment by credit card now, and the balance will automatically becharged to their card in September 2005.