College Students Get 50% Off lift Tickets At Crystal Mountain Resort During Spring Break

Chris Wallner | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Bikini Downhill at Crystal in the spring. Image: Crystal Mountain Resort

Head to the slopes this year for Spring Break and work on your goggle tan! Crystal Mountain will be offering 50% off lift tickets for college students at the ticket windows March 13 – 31st, mid-week only. That means tickets are reduced to $37 for college students! Now that’s a deal.

March is not only full of events, but it’s typically when the PNW gets some really good snow storms too. Which means you better get your friends together for some pow days on the slopes at Crystal Mountain this Spring Break! But if there isn’t pow, that’s just fine. Spring skiing is when you can work on your goggle tan and make all your classmates jealous when classes begin spring quarter.

Sunshine & Cold Beverages. Image: Crystal Mountain Resort

Events in March at Crystal Mountain Resort:

March 22-25: Freeride World Qualifier

Come watch some of the best athletes from around the country and world compete in the Freeride World Qualifier in hopes of landing a spot on the Freeride World Tour in Europe.

Saturday March 11th, 18th& 25th: Mountain Music Series

Every Saturday afternoon from 2-5p.m. there is live music on the Sundeck under the Umbrella. Check out the schedule here.

March 25th – Sturtevant’s Spring Fling Demo Day

Check out next year’s gear at the biggest demo of the season. Over 15 ski and snowboard manufacturers will be setup outside of the Mountain Shop with their new lines available to test.

March 25 – 17th Annual Dirt Bag Ball

Get your party shoes on! This is the biggest bash of the year benefiting the Crystal Mountain Ski Patrol.  The event is complete with drinks, DJ, photo booth, dancing and royalty!  Who will be this year’s Dirt Bag King and Queen?

Get ready to party on the slopes with Crystal Mountain this spring break! Better yet, dress up in your best retro gear and party like it’s 1989!

To be eligible for the college student discount students must present their valid student I.D. or a current transcript and photo I.D. at the ticket window.

See you on the slopes!

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