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Mt. Baldy season passes are now as low as $79.

August 12, 2010

Mt. Baldy
Mt. Baldy is a blast. Trust me.

Hey everyone, one hobby that I’m really into is snowboarding. My main ride nowadays is an Atomic Pivot 156 and let me tell you, I’m really looking forward to hitting the slopes once again, this Fall and Winter. One of the problems with having snowboarding as a hobby, however, is that it’s expensive. Not only do you have to buy a snowboard, the right clothes, and possible safety gear, but you have to pay a good amount of money for snowboard lift tickets.

There are always deals out there that combine days together, give you a buy one get one half off incentive, etc., but if you’re an avid snowboarder, you’re probably used to forking up big money for a season pass.

At least with video games like Shaun White Snowboarding and Tony Hawk: Shred (and even the snowboarding/skiing minigames in Wii Fit) you can experience what it’s like to do the real thing at a fraction of the price. The experience is nowhere near hitting an actual mountain, feeling the cold snow below you, the lack of traction, the true sense of speed, etc., but they’re still fun games that allow you to do insane tricks that’d never be possible in real life and provide a fun enough alternative. But what if real snowboarding wasn’t expensive anymore?

This is where Mt. Baldy comes in super handy. For one, the place is the Knott’s Berry Farm of snowboard resorts. What I mean is that it’s a little more old school in feel, still has great slopes, a lot of different runs to take, great elevation, a good amount of snow, and by comparisson to other resorts, zero wait time in between finishing a run and hopping back on the chair lift. Trust me, it’s a great feeling when you can snowboard continuously for six hours and get in over a dozen runs. You’ll like the mountain and no doubt enjoy the courses, all while having the place to yourself because it’s never jam packed.

It sounds like a good place, right? Well normally, their season pass goes for $700. Ouch. During the last couple months of idle, non-snowboarding/skiing time, they drop it to $300 which is pretty sweet. For a limited time only though, I have a deal for you.

$79 will get you a season pass with some blackout dates.
$99 will get you a season pass with no blackout dates.

I went with the no blackout date plan, because it’s simply too good to pass up on. Mt. Baldy is located in Southern California so this whole deal may not be all that significant to some of you, but if you’re into snowboarding or skiing and want to take advantage of an amazing offer…now is the time. If you buy a ticket and don’t mind doing so, let them know that you found out about the deal through Paul Gale Network.

Finally, to my video game audience reading this, if you enjoy games like 1080 Snowboarding, SSX, Shaun White Snowboarding, or are looking forward to Tony Hawk: Shred, but have no real snowboarding experience and want to learn how, if I see you on the slopes this season, I’ll gladly teach you. You’ll feel empowered, learn quickly that snowboarding is a great core workout, and will have some of the most fun exercising ever.

Atomic Pivot 156
This is my ride, a laser kitten meets shark mash-up! It’s the perfect board from me, made by Atomic.

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WalkerVictoria31 September 19, 2010 at 12:58 pm

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