Blue Mountain, Camelback Resorts Announce New “Peak to Peak” Poconos Pass
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Pennsylvania’s Blue Mountain and Camelback Resorts have just announced a new season pass product that will provide unlimited skiing across the two areas. The Peak to Peak Poconos Pass went on sale on February 22, 2024 for the upcoming 2024/2025 winter season, and for customers purchasing the pass now, they will be able to use the pass immediately for the remainder of the 2023/2024 season.

Blue Mountain and Camelback Resorts will be offering a joint season pass option for the 2024/2025 winter season.

“The Peak to Peak Poconos Pass is a program designed for snow sports lovers who live for the thrills, challenges, snowscapes, different amenities and unique activities at both Blue Mountain and Camelback,” explained Kit Pappas, vice president of asset performance in the East for KSL Resorts. “These fans can now frequent both resorts with a major added-value admission discount as well as enjoy sensational season pass perks at each property,” Pappas added.

These perks will vary slightly across the two resorts. At Blue Mountain, passholders will be able to join VIP chairlift lines at high-speed lifts, participate in snow tubing for free, and receive various retail and dining discounts. Two tickets will also be provided for summer activities such as mountain biking, laser tag, and scenic lift rides.

30 miles away at Camelback, passholders will be able to join dedicated season passholder lift lines in addition to receiving complimentary parking and snow tubing tickets. They’ll also be able to enter the Camelbeach Outdoor Waterpark, Camelback Mountain Adventures, and Aquatopia Indoor Waterparks for free.

From February 22 to April 3, 2024, the passes are priced at $899 per person. As the year progresses, the passes will rise in price, reaching $1,049 by November 28, 2024.

Blue Mountain and Camelback Resorts are both managed by KSL Resorts, a full-service hospitality company that manages destination resorts, hotels, and clubs.

About M. Scott Smith

M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.

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