Mt. Ashwabay Season Pass Policy 2013-2014
1. A Family Pass is valid for up to 2 adults and 3 children (18 and under) residing in the same household. Additional family members residing in the same household may be added to any family plan for an additional $25 fee per person. Children currently enrolled in post-secondary education may remain on their family pass until age 22, but the same additional fee applies.
2. Alpine Season Passes only provide access to alpine lifts and runs. XC Season passes only provide access to XC trails, and do not provide any chairlift or rope tow access. You may add XC to your individual or family alpine season pass for an additional fee.
3. Mt. Ashwabay takes a photo and prints passes in the chalet. There will be a processing fee of $5/pass. That processing fee applies to all passes, including staff, complimentary, and those held by the general public. All passholders must appear in person for their pass to be issued.
4. Replacement passes for those lost or stolen are available at the discretion of hill management, but will be subject to an additional $10 processing/issuing fee.
5. Valid season passes must be displayed at all times while riding the chairlift, or while on the XC trails. Those who forget their pass at home can request a daily ticket. Mt. Ashwabay reserves the right to charge a fee of up to $2/day for issuing a daily ticket, and reserves the right to refuse to issue a daily ticket if the forgetfulness appears to be habitual.
6. Full and partial scholarships are available upon request, but must be approved by the hill management.
7. Payment plans are available upon request, but if the terms are not followed, pass privileges may be suspended until payment is made in full.
8. Any daily or season comps, discounts, or work trades that are different in any way from the above policies must be approved IN WRITING by hill manager prior to their use.
9. Hill management retains the right to revoke daily ticket or season pass without refund if holder commits any act on premises that endangers the safety of themselves or others.
10. The purchaser or user of a lift ticket agrees and understands that skiing can be hazardous. Trail conditions vary constantly because of weather changes and skier use. Ice, variations in terrain, moguls, forest growth, rocks and debris, lift towers and other obstacles and hazards, including other skiers, may exist throughout the area. Be aware that snowmaking and snow grooming may be in progress at any time. Always ski/board in control.
11. “WARNING: Under Wisconsin law, each participant in a snow sport assumes the risk of injury or death to personor injury to property resulting from the conditionsand risks that are considered to be inherent in a snowsport, has a number of duties that must be met whileengaging in a snow sport, and is subject to limitations onthe ability to recover damages from a ski area operator forinjuries or death to a person or to property. A completecopy of this law is available for review at the main sitewhere tickets to this ski area are sold.”