Badger Pass is gearing up to welcome skiers and snowboarders for the upcoming Presidents’ Week. The recent blanket of fresh powder means that even Mother Nature is on board for the winter time fun. Check out the video taken at Badger Pass today for a glimpse of the current conditions and some advice from Badger Pass ambassador, Sean Costello, on some of the best ways to make the most of your time here on the slopes.
- Arrive early! The day lodge, rental shop, and nordic center open early at 8am, so that you can get your gear together and hit the slopes when the lifts start at 9am. Early birds will be rewarded with shorter lines, and more snow time.
- Eat breakfast with Sean Well, OK, Sean might actually be working, but if you get to Badger Pass early, you can enjoy breakfast at the ski area, after you’ve beat the lines to the rental shop.
- Get your rentals for multiple days If you know you’re going to come back for more skiing the next day, rent your gear for multiple days. You can store them in a rental ski locker overnight and save time the next day by going straight to the snow.
- You can get the latest weather conditions and snow conditions online. Get the most up-to-date road conditions by calling (209) 372-0200, press 1 and then 1 again.
Curry Village Ski Buffet
What to do after a fun-filled day at the ski area? This Saturday night (February 18, 2012), swing by the Curry Village Ski Buffet. The buffet is open from 5:30 – 8pm with a delicious menu, and live music by the band “Wild Horses”.
See you on the slopes!