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Nine lives at Wildcat

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  February 26, 2009 12:42 PM

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March may yet come in like a lion (and a potential storm at the tail end of this weekend is doing its best to assure us of that), but Wildcat Mountain is roaring into the month with some of the best deals of the season thus far.

On consecutive Fridays next month, March 13 and 20, the Jackson, N.H. is offering lift tickets for just $9. As per usual, your next day at Wildcat is $39, should you choose to upgrade by 3:30 p.m., which means you can ski Friday and Saturday for $48, or $24 a day.

After last week's storms, Wildcat is in the best shape it's seen all season (Saturday was among the best days of the year) and with March - historically the Northeast's snowiest month - on the horizon, it seems only to get better.

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1 comments so far...
  1. Wildcat Mountain isa gem of a ski area that should not be missed.
    The skiing is incredible, but the view of the Presidential range defies description. You have to reach the summit to appreciate what these words mean.
    The trails are well groomed, and the staff friendly and accomodating to all ages.
    Ski Wildcat! It is the thrill of a lifetime. You won't regret it!

    Posted by Doris M. Aubinger-Hebert March 4, 09 04:43 PM
 
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