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Ski Midwest Gold Card Now On Sale, Limited Number Available

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How would you like to ski, and ride over 20 of the Midwest's top ski areas this winter, every day of the season for just $525?

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame are currently offering the Ski Midwest Gold Card for $525 through the end of May. On June 1 the price will increase to $650. The card entitles the holder to ski, ride or stride all season long at over 20 of the Midwest’s top ski areas. There are no blackout dates. You must be a current Patron of the Hall of Fame ($100+ / year) to buy a pass, and you can do so at the time of purchase if you wish.

Currently, 19 areas from Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin have signed on to participate this coming season, and they expect that number to climb by the time the first snow hits the slopes.

It’s also a good deal for Wisconsin residents who ski and ride in Michigan’s UP, or Indiana residents that have easy access to Lower Michigan ski areas.

If you ski or ride more than a couple of weeks per season, the card will more than pay for itself. Consider it as a season pass to 20-some individual areas. But, act quickly, because the card is printed in limited quantity and routinely sells out quickly. Only 75 are printed.

The Ski and Snowboard Hall, located in Ishpeming, Mich., is the only national hall of fame dedicated exclusively to skiing and snowboarding in America. It provides lasting recognition for American skiers and snowboarders who excelled nationally and internationally as either competitors or contributors to the advancement of snow sports in all forms. Proceeds from the sale of the Gold Cards help preserve that heritage.

Ski areas that have signed up for the 2022/23 season include among others: Lutsen MountainsBig Powderhorn, Boyne Highlands, Boyne Mountain, Crystal Mountain, Indian Head, Shanty Creek, Ski Brule, Spirit Mountain, Whitecap Mountains.

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