The Mt. Hood Fusion pass is now on sale at www.mthoodfusionpass.com. Purchase the pass before November 3rd for the best value of the season. Prices start at $249.00 for juniors (age 7-14) or seniors (age 65-70); $349.00 for teens (age 15-22) and only $495.00 for Adults (age 23-64).
We are excited to announce that all Mt. Hood Fusion Pass purchasers will be a part of The Powder Alliance. Twelve of the greatest powder stashes in the country have joined forces to create this new force in the winter fun market. This new partnership of 12 resorts boasts 123 lifts, 806 trails, 26,782 vertical feet and 3,919” of cumulative annual snowfall. Purchase your Fusion Pass and receive three FREE days at 10 other resorts. A list of Powder Alliance resorts and complete details on the partnership can be found on the Powder Alliance web site at www.powderalliance.com.
The extremely popular Mt. Hood Fusion Pass provides unlimited lift access at both Mt. Hood Skibowl and Timberline, combining the best of both areas for the most ski terrain on Mt. Hood. Together the areas offer 5,000 vertical feet, 11 chairlifts (including five high speed detachable quad chairlifts), 100 runs, America’s largest night ski area with 34 lit runs, and the longest ski season in North America – operating every day from opening in October to closing on Memorial Day (weather permitting).
In addition to the new Powder Alliance benefits, The Mt. Hood Fusion Pass offers pass holders discounts on ski and snowboard lessons, rentals, equipment repair and retail items at Mt. Hood Skibowl and Timberline. Other added value discounts are also included for snowmobile tours, snowshoe rentals and tours, and cross country ski rentals and tours through Mt. Hood Adventure in Government Camp. Visit www.mthoodfusionpass.com for more details.
The Mt. Hood Fusion Pass has also partnered with Subaru again this year. Buy a new Subaru and get two FREE Mt. Hood Fusion Passes. With symmetrical all-wheel drive, Subaru is all about getting you on the slopes.
For the latest details on the Mt. Hood Fusion Pass, visit www.mthoodfusionpass.com.