Tuesday Top 5 (April 17-23)

Welcome to our weekly update of the Top 5 Blue Mountain highlights you should know about. Check in here for special events, sales and promotions, and insightful tips to help plan your stay and fill it with fun!

April 17-23, 2023

1. Only 2 Days Left To Get Your 23/24 5×7® Pass At The Season’s Best Rates!

Get pumped for a whole ‘nother year of mountain access with the 23/24 5×7® Pass, available to renew or purchase at the best Spring rates now. Why join the 5×7® Pass holder community? Enjoy access to the Explore Park hiking and biking trail network and Open-Air Gondola in the summer, as well as seven nights and five days of weekly slope access in the winter regular season. Plus, being a pass holder just got sweeter; purchase or renew your 23/24 5×7® Pass by April 20 and you’ll get 50% off a Play All Day ticket to use this spring*! That gets you access to almost EVERY attraction at Blue. And if that doesn’t convince you, then check out 6 more reasons to become a 5×7® pass holder this spring. But hurry – sale ends April 20, 2023.

*See website for full details.

2. Book Your Stay Early For Summer & Save!

It’s never too early to start planning your next vacation, and we’re giving you a head start on grabbing your ideal Summer dates. Remember long sunny days, sleeping in, patio people-watching and of course, hours filled with outdoor adventure? Summer at Blue means a mountain of attractions, hiking & biking to explore, and an events calendar full of festivals, activities and fun for all! Save up to 40% off your stay in a room-type of your choice between July 4-September 4, 2023 when you book by May 31, 2023! Visit our website to book and find more details.

Winter Staff

3. We Want YOU To Work at Blue This Summer!

Calling all outdoor adventurers, lifeguard friends and customer service pros; we’re hiring for the upcoming season and we need you to apply! Come join us this spring and summer to take advantage of awesome employee perks, like passes to access the Explore Park hiking and biking trails, winter trail access for year-round employees and your crew, golf rounds on us, summer Gondola access, discounts on lodging, shopping, and dining, and so much more! Plus if you’re a student, get referral bonuses for recommending your friends and apply for our Tuition Assistance Program for a chance to receive an education bursary. For all details on all of our open positions, please visit our website here.

4. Join Us To Celebrate Earth Day This Saturday

We are dedicated to inspiring and empowering individuals to take action towards a sustainable future. Through education, community engagement, and environmental stewardship, we aim to create a cleaner, healthier planet for ourselves and future generations. We believe that small efforts can make a big impact, and by coming together as a community, we can make a difference on Earth Day and beyond. Join us on Saturday, April 22 for a full schedule of events that is fit for the whole family, including an Earth Day Scavenger Hunt, live music, seed planting with native pollinator seeds, and more! Click here for more information on our Environmental Mission.

5. Buy More, Save More When You Shop at Blue

Get the best deals on a wardrobe refresh for spring at our amazing retailers! Buy More, Save More up to 50% off Winter apparel, outerwear and select accessories at the newly renovated Red Devil Sports and Lifted, plus save 30% off hard goods like skis, snowboards, boots and bindings at Lifted. Then head over to The North Face or Burton to save up to 50% off Fall/Winter apparel and outerwear, or save 30% off discontinued snowboards, boots and bindings at Burton as well. Stop in at Columbia Sportswear to save 60% off all Fall/Winter apparel, outerwear and footwear!*

*Exclusions apply on all sales, see in-store for full details.

Published by Allie Cox

Serving cat lady energy, Allie’s the go-to for all things content and social at Blue. You may find her on the Mountain boppin’ around to T-Swift, or scrolling TikTok in Starbucks searching for bad memes (or as she calls it, “market research”).

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