The Ultimate Gift Guide: Part One

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Blue Mountain Resort and its pedestrian Village bursts with the holiday spirit every December. Carolers sing with festive cheer, Santa treks from the North Pole to greet excited children every weekend, and storefronts gleam with seasonal decorations. The gift-giving season is upon us and there’s no better place than Blue Mountain to help you make your list, and check it twice.  On part one of our list, we explore the different gift giving options care of Blue Mountain Resort.

5x7® Pass – Give the gift of snow this year with our most popular season pass: the 5x7®. With 5 days and 7 nights of riding, the skiers and boarders on your list will love the convenience of having a season pass. Purchase before December 19 and receive pre-season pricing of $249* – that’s $70** in savings or in other words, a little bit more pocket change for those stockings in need of stuffing!

Double Down Card – Double the fun on the slopes with Blue Mountain’s Double Down card. With amazing versatility, the Double Down gets the skiers and boarders on your list two fully transferable day/night lift tickets for $94*. This offer is only valid until December 19so don’t let last minute shopping hold you back from this great deal.

Blue Mountain Gift Card – We’ve all got ‘em: the people on your list that you’re not quite sure what to buy for. A Blue Mountain Gift Card solves all of your gift-giving problems. Accepted at Blue Mountain Guest Services locations, retailers like Red Devil, Lifted, Columbia and Columbia Kids and Starbucks, the Blue Mountain Gift Card offers a flexible alternative for those on your list.

Monterra Golf – If two really is better than one, Monterra has the golfer on your list covered with two rounds priced at $94. Available until December 23, this offer entitles you to two, fully transferable, rounds of golf, valid Monday through Friday and after 12PM on Sunday during the 2014.

Grade 4&5 SnowPass – For the grade schoolers on your list, the Grade 4&5 SnowPass keeps them on the slopes this winter. At participating resorts, the SnowPass can be used to ski three times at each ski area for the price of $29.95. That’s a lot of skiing across Canada for a low price!

The Pottery Restaurant Gift Certificates – If the way to the heart is through the stomach, then The Pottery has the foodies on your list covered.  Treat someone you love to a dinner out at The Pottery Restaurant located in the Blue Mountain Inn.  Gift certificates come in different denominations and are available in person.  As the perfect complement to a day on the slopes, The Pottery’s diverse menu will satisfy every palate.

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