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Published: Sunday, October 14, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Discounted ski passes for Baker, Stevens on sale now

Ski-lift season passes for Mount Baker and Stevens Pass are available now at discounted prices through Oct. 31.
Skiers can save up to $65 on Mount Baker passes and up to $320 on Stevens Pass passes if they buy before Nov. 1.
At Stevens Pass, people from age 16 to 69 can buy a new pass for $599 or renew an expired one for $479. Passes for this age group, new and renewed, cost $799 after Oct. 31.
Discounted passes for ages 7 to 15 are $449 new or $349 renewed. Kids passes cost $579 after Oct. 31.
At Mount Baker, discounted passes are $715 for adults; $625 for full-time college students; $495 for ages 16 and 17; $285 for ages 13 to 15; $210 for ages 7 to 12; $420 for ages 60 to 69 and $110 for ages 70 and older.
Daily tickets range from $49 down to $28, depending on skier's age and the day of the week.
Mount Baker passes are available online at www.mtbaker.us, from the Mount Baker Ski Area business office by phone at 360-734-6771 or in person at 1420 Iowa St., Bellingham.
Stevens Pass season tickets are available online at store.stevenspass.com/store. Call 206-812-4510 for other options.
Story tags » Stevens PassSkiingDownhill Skiing

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