On Sale Until December 26, 2013
The Panorama Snowcard is available to all skiers and snowboarders - from anywhere in the world! It includes 4 DAYS of skiing or riding* at Panorama Mountain Village for one low price. After you have enjoyed your four included days, you'll receive and additional discount off regular price tickets, all season long! Pay one Low Price for 4 DAYS of Skiing or Riding.
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(age 65 - 74)
Sign up for your complimentary direct-to-lift access. You can jump straight in the lift line on powder days – no more waiting in line at the ticket window!
*Your 4 SnowCard FREE days cannot be used December 26, 2013 - January 1, 2014 & February 14 -16, 2014. On these days you can still show your SnowCard to get $15 off savings on individual day lift tickets.
Once your 4 SnowCard FREE days are all used up you can show your SnowCard to get $15 off savings on individual day lift tickets for the remainder of the season.
Can I still purchase a Panorama SnowCard?
The 2013 Snowcard sale will begin October 17, 2013 and end on December 26, 2013.
What does the SnowCard look like?
The Snowcard looks like a season pass. It has a barcode which will be scanned when you're in the lift line.
Where do I get my SnowCard?
You can pick up your SnowCard at the Guest Services desk in Ski Tip Lodge.
What do I need to pick up my SnowCard?
Photo ID is required at time of pick up. A waiver needs to be signed at this time as well. (Children under 19 will require a parent/guardian to sign the waiver).
How do I get direct-to-lift access?
Your card will already be programmed for direct-to-lift access for your first four days of skiing. If you would like this direct-to-lift access to continue after your first four days of skiing, you will be asked to provide credit card authorization. Any additional days will then be automatically charged to your credit card when the SnowCard is scanned at the lift. The $15 discount will be applied automatically. An additional section of the waiver must be signed authorizing the credit card to be used in this way.
If the parent is not present to sign the waiver can the child still go skiing?
Yes. The desk agent can issue a pass and give a copy of the waiver to take home for the parent to sign. The desk agent can take a day off the card (and temporarily deactivate the pass) and issue a lift ticket for the day instead; this allows the child to ski that day as the waiver is printed on the back of the regular lift ticket.