Arapahoe Basin, CO Have Not Given Up on Reopening this Season | Smoking Hot Pass Renewal Deal Announced

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Arapahoe Basin, CO on 4/17/20. Credit: Arapahoe Basin

In a post on his blog today, Arapahoe Basin COO Alan Henceroth claimed they have not given up on reopening this season. Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced last Friday that ski resorts must remain closed until May 23rd, although he did add that he could see resorts reopening by Memorial Day.

Arapahoe Basin often stay open into June, and even July when conditions permit, so if the Governor gives the go ahead, it’s very possible we could see them reopen. Aspen Snowmass and Wolf Creek were also making noises about reopening, but the order to stay closed until May 23rd dashed those hopes.

Also in his blog post, Henceroth revealed pricing for next year’s passes. As he says, that’s a SMOKING HOT deal!

We have not given up hope on re-opening. Governor Polis extended the Colorado ski area closure through May 23. Our next best chance of re-opening is late May. Stay tuned. Stay apart from each other. Wear your mask.
We just announced a new season pass renewal rate. People who purchased a full season pass for the 2019-20 season can purchase a 2020-21 season pass, including unlimited skiing at A-Basin, 3 days at Taos, 3 days at Monarch, and 1 unguided day at Silverton, for $349. This is a SMOKING HOT DEAL and good through June 7, 2020. We are deeply committed to and incredibly grateful to those of you that buy a season pass with us. I hope you will join us again next season.

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