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$3.50 skiing at Mad River Glen

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  January 26, 2009 02:02 PM

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If you thought Wildcat Mountain’s $9 lift ticket was a sweet deal last Friday, you might want to try and find a way to Mad River Glen tomorrow.

To celebrate the mountain’s 60th anniversary, Mad River Glen is offering lift tickets at the original 1949 price of $3.50. A high of only 19 degrees is predicted in Waitsfield, but at that price, there’s not much more to lose.

This offer, of course, is not applicable for boarders.

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2 comments so far...
  1. End mountain apartheid. Open the slopes to all human being regardless of cultural beliefs. Shame on Vermont!

    Posted by Beau January 26, 09 05:44 PM
  1. It's not right to discriminate against Boarders!!! Mad River Glen, this division is not a great way to attract folks to your mtn!

    Posted by Sebastien January 27, 09 09:26 AM
 
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