Sport a three-pack

Erik Kalacis says the best way to experience the Grey Mountain expansion is through the three-pack, sort of a mini season pass.

Red Mountain Resort vice-president of business development Erik Kalacis said the best way to experience the Grey Mountainl expansion is through the three-pack, sort of a mini season pass.

Red’s Big Deal 3-Pack is a pass for three days of skiing (can be non-consecutive), with no black-out dates.

The Big Deal pass must be purchased by Dec. 20, with a limit of three per person. Adults pay $149, while youth passes are $120, juniors are $75, and senior passes are priced at $97. Applications are available at the customer service desk at Red Resort.

“It’s the best deal for anyone wanting to ski Red for three days.

This is something we are optimistic the local markets will embrace,” said Kalacis. “This is the best way to experience what is new at Red.”

 

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