Powderhorn Mountain Resort Announces Price Freeze and Reductions Through its Mission Affordability Plan in 2024-25

MESA, COLORADO – Powderhorn Mountain Resort announced a comprehensive initiative to freeze or reduce pricing on all lift ticket window rates and the Mission Affordable 4-Pack for the upcoming 2024-25 winter season. The resort says this proactive measure is a response to the economic challenges posed by inflation, ensuring guests can continue to enjoy their favorite winter sports more affordably.

This initiative extends beyond lift ticket prices. Guests will find new, everyday lower-priced menu options and a renewed emphasis on learning programs. The resort plans to expand its highly successful Bob Beverly Free Learn to Ski or Snowboard program which has provided free lessons to over 3,000 participants since its inception.

Lift pass products will also benefit such as college student season passes which have been reduced by $100 to $299 through October 14.  Active-duty and retired military personnel, including the National Guard, and registered dependents season pass pricing will be frozen at $299 after its inaugural launch last season. Bike Park season pass add-ons and daily lift ticket prices are also holding steady for Summer 2024. Additional price freezes and reductions are set to be announced throughout the summer.

Ryan Schramm, General Manager of Powderhorn Mountain Resort, emphasized the resort’s commitment to affordability, “Inflation has made the last few seasons challenging for everyone. For the 2024-25 season, we are dedicated to freezing or reducing prices on most of our lift access products, food and beverage offerings, and various other services at the resort. Our hope is that by holding the line or reducing prices where we can, we provide some relief to our guests while we all navigate these economic conditions. Our goal is to make the Powderhorn experience as accessible as possible to all.”

The commitment to affordability is encouraged by Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. (PGRI), Powderhorn’s parent company based in Park City, Utah. A core tenet of the company’s long-term strategic position has been offering affordable mountain escapes starting with the introduction of the Mission Affordable suite of lift products and extending to the most comprehensive Free Learn to Ski and Ride programs in the industry. By prioritizing value-driven initiatives, through this new Mission Affordability program, PGRI’s resorts aim to make mountain recreation accessible to a broader audience ensuring more people can enjoy the scenic beauty and activities more often, without compromising on the quality of the guest experience.

Schramm added, “While it’s crucial for Powderhorn to remain financially stable, we recognize the impact of broader economic factors on our guests. We are committed to examining all areas where we can freeze or reduce prices, focusing on how we can make the most meaningful impacts.”


About Powderhorn Mountain Resort

Located near the top of the Grand Mesa on the storied Western Slope of Colorado, Powderhorn celebrates its 58th year as a scenic, family-friendly resort featuring 1,600 acres of terrain suited to a variety of abilities and preferences. Powderhorn is known for extending exceptional value to guests, thanks to improvements at the resort and a mountain focused on creating one-of-a-kind, year-round experiences. Western Colorado is known for its wide-open spaces, distinctive topography, and friendly locals. To learn more about Powderhorn Mountain Resort, visit www.powderhorn.com or call (970) 268-5700.


About Pacific Group Resort Inc. (PGRI)

Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. is an international resort operating company based in Park City, Utah whose portfolio includes Jay Peak in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Wintergreen Resort in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Mt. Washington Alpine Resort in the Beaufort Mountain Range on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Wisp Resort in the Appalachian Mountains of western Maryland, and Powderhorn Mountain Resort on the Grand Mesa of western Colorado.  PGRI also manages the mountain operations of Ragged Mountain in New Hampshire, which is not owned by Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. Combined the company operates over 4,000 acres of ski terrain serving about 1 million skier visits per year, 99 holes of golf, over 40 food & beverage outlets, over 4,000 pillows, plus tennis, pickleball, pools, a water park, athletic fields, a whitewater rafting course, numerous retail operations, spas, and a variety of other amenities. For more information on PGRI, please visit www.pgri.us.

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