First, check out the following press release from Silver Mountain Idaho:
KELLOGG)- The return to a full time 7 day operating schedule for the 2002/03 Winter Season has prompted Silver Mountain to revise its pricing structure and introduce a new product to the region.

Prices for skiing or riding the World’s longest Gondola will be $35 for adults, $27 for Seniors/College and Juniors will be $25. These prices apply to all 7 days of operation. Group prices are avalable by contacting the resort directly.

To take the sting out of the midweek price increase, Silver Mountain is introducing the Midweek Season Pass, which allows unrestricted weekday skiing or riding for only $99. As with all Silver Mountain Season Pass products, the Midweek Pass includes Perks such as a reciprocal pass at Ski Banff @ Norquay, and 5 days free skiing or riding at Timberline and White Pass.

Other Season Pass products include the regular Full Season Pass priced at $199 for Juniors. $219 for College and Seniors; $299 Adult and $699 for the Family Pass.

......Ok.  So so you buy a Silver and Norquay all season, plus 5 days at White Pass and 5 at Timberline for $99.  Then you add a Schweitzer-Stevens Pass-Mission Ridge combo pass for $199.00. Thereafter,  you ski all over the Pacific north west all season for $298.00.  Wow.




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