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Nordic Valley’s Season Pass is Now on Sale with More Benefits & New Lower Prices!

Officials with Nordic Valley Ski Resort announced the details of the 2018/2019 season pass, which include new benefits and lower prices for nearly all passes.

Eden, UT  – Officials with Nordic Valley Ski Resort announced the details of the 2018/2019 season pass, which include new benefits and lower prices for nearly all passes.  New this year-- all kids ages 7 and younger receive a FREE pass (no purchase required) with unlimited access to Nordic Valley, Purgatory Resort in Colorado, Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff, Sipapu Ski Resort in New Mexico, Pajarito Mountain in New Mexico, and Hesperus Ski Area in Colorado. 

There are now more great choices for families!  Nordic Valley is offering two versions of the popular family pass.  The Family Unlimited pass provides unlimited access to Nordic Valley with no blackout dates starting at $299.  The Family Restricted pass includes limited blackout periods starting at $199. For each of these passes, the more family members added on the pass, the greater the savings.  Both passes are offered at lower prices than last year’s family pass price.

Every adult, young adult, teen, child, and senior season pass includes unlimited access with no blackout dates to Nordic Valley, as well as Sipapu Ski Resort, Pajarito Mountain, and Hesperus Ski Area, plus three free days at Cherry Peak Ski Resort in Utah, and Soldier Mountain Ski Area in Idaho, with more resorts being added.

“We’re excited to offer new benefits and lower prices with the 2018/2019 season pass.  Plus, it gives skiers additional opportunities to explore other mountains with free days at partner resorts,” stated James Coleman, managing partner of Mountain Capital Partners. “ Nordic Valley is a fantastic, affordable ski resort that makes skiing accessible to beginners and families, and these pass options make it even easier to enjoy.”  

As a way to thank the men and women who serve the community, Nordic Valley offers a Hero Season Pass for $199 to all firefighters, EMTs, police, teachers, and active, reservist and retired military.

Nordic Valley’s Night Season Pass is back at new lower prices for anyone who wants to hit the slopes under the stars and the lights.  The Nordic Night pass is $159 with limited blackout dates.

“Nordic Valley is Utah’s best, most affordable ski resort to take the entire family, and the new season pass choices make getting a Nordic Valley season pass a more affordable option,” stated Denzel Rowland, general manager at Nordic Valley Ski Resort.  “All of us at Nordic Valley are excited for the 2018/2019 season!”

The season pass sale ends June 29, 2018. For more information on Nordic Valley season passes, visit 

Love summers at Nordic Valley?  A new summer upgrade option for only $29 with a qualifying season pass purchase provides unlimited access to the resort’s summer activities, including the 400-foot long slip-n-slide, bungee trampoline, lift-served mountain biking and hiking, and 18-hole disc golf course.  Those who do not ski but love all the summer activities can purchase a Nordic Summer-only pass for $79. Summer fun kicks off at Nordic Valley on June 2. The resort will be open Saturdays and Sundays through Sept. 2. For information on summer activities, visit the Nordic Valley website.

For more information on the resort, visit the Nordic Valley Ski Resort website.