Flagstaff, Ariz. — Resort officials at Arizona Snowbowl announced the resort is extending its season due to the incredible snowfall its experienced this season. While aiming to fulfill its goal to be “first to open, last to close in Arizona,” Snowbowl plans to stay open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday through Sunday in April.
With two months left in the season, Snowbowl is already a foot and a half over it’s annual average snowfall of 260 inches, with a 88” base and boasting 294” of snowfall. With the snow still coming (Open Snow forecasts another two feet through Wednesday), guests and employees alike are relishing that winter has returned in full force this year.
While Snowbowl does not release skier visit data, JR Murray, General Manager, says that Snowbowl is enjoying double-digit growth over last year.
“We will evaluate the conditions after Easter,” said Murray, “but will attempt to ski to Cinco de Mayo if we can!” An official closing date has not been announced.
2019-2020 Season Passes On Sale Now
While ski season continues at the Flagstaff ski resort, the 2019-2020 season passes are currently on sale at the lowest guaranteed price of the year. Once again, the Power Pass is the crowning jewel of the tiered pass options, offering unlimited access to all 3,400 acres of skiing and now unlimited, year-round access to the resort collective’s newest addition: Spider Mountain, the country’s first year-round, lift served mountain bike park, located outside of Austin, Tex.
The adult pass price is $599, the same introductory price as last year. All pass products are available for purchase on a no-interest payment plan. Pay for the Power Pass over 10 monthly payments with no interest at the lowest guaranteed price of the year.
All of the ski areas within the Mountain Capital Partners family will also continue to offer Power Kids, a FREE season pass for kids ages 10 and younger. No parent purchase is required and this pass is valid everyday through the 2019-2020 season.
Snowbowl’s season pass sale ends on April 26. For a complete list of pass options and prices, visit Snowbowl.ski.
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