Snow lovers have another great reason to celebrate the incredible spring snow conditions at Mt Buller this September with the release of a new discounted Mt Buller Spring Season Pass.The new discounted pass gives skiers and boarders unlimited access to maximise the epic spring snows through to October for just $499 for adults and $269 for children aged to Year 12.

Buller Ski Lifts General Manager Laurie Blampied announced the new initiative this weekend as thousands of snow-lovers flocked to Mt Buller to experience the excellent skiing conditions, over 132cm snow cover and clear skies.

“There are terrific conditions on the mountain at the moment and spring promises some of the best skiing and boarding for the season.  Not that die-hard skiers need much motivation when conditions are this good, but with the Spring Season Pass the more you ski, the more you will save so it’s a nice late season bonus.”

Mt Buller’s new Spring Season Pass is the best value spring seasonal product in Australia, maintaining Mt Buller’s long held position of the most economically priced passes and tickets of all the major alpine resorts in the country.

“There is plenty of great snow up here on Mt Buller and this Spring pass will make it cost-effective for more skiers and boarders who may not already hold a season pass to make the most of it before the end of the season,” said Blampied.  “It’s a good way to bypass the ticket line each morning and get straight out onto the slopes where you want to be.”

Mt Buller Spring Season Pass
Adult                                                                                          $499
Tertiary student (full time student ID)                              $399
Child (aged 5 years to Yr 12)                                                $269

The new Spring Season Pass is available for purchase from 1 September, 2010 at the Season Pass office in the Village Square at Mt Buller and will be valid until the close of the 2010 season.


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