We are living in a weird world and we can all use a bit of security. As a result, we are committed to offering some peace of mind for our loyal season pass holders.
We pledge to deliver 100 days of skiing and riding for the winter of 2021/22 for our season pass holders. If our ski terrain is unable to operate for 100 days due to government mandate or weather anomalies, you’ll receive a credit toward a 2022/23 season pass based on the percentage of the season missed.
The 100-Day Pledge is free and included in all 2021/22 season passes purchased through October 4, 2021.
How The Credit Works
For all guests who purchased a 2021/22 season pass by April 5, 2021. Our 100-Day Pledge will offer a credit for a 2022/23 season pass. It will not provide refunds. It is not included for lesson programs or multi-day ticket products.
The credit is non-transferable and must be used for the original 2021/22 pass purchaser. The purchaser can apply the credit to a different season pass type for the 2022/23 season, but the credit is non-transferable and must be use for the original 2021/22 pass holder. (For instance, if John Doe purchased an adult season pass in 2021/22, he can apply a the credit to any season pass product for himself in 2022/23, but he cannot transfer the credit to a friend or family member.)
The 100-Day Pledge is not applied to X3 cards, seasonal lesson programs or individual day tickets.
The value of the credit will be based on the percentage of the 2021/22 season that Wild Mountain was unable to operate skiing based on a 100-day season. For instance, if Wild Mountain was open 75 days in 2021/22 season, a 25% credit would be offered for a 2022/23 season pass. The credit will be calculated at the end of the winter season.
Difference Between Season Pass Insurance and 100-Day Pledge
The 100-Day Pledge does not replace the season pass insurance we offer. Season pass insurance protects guest for injury or illness, transfer of residence and pregnancy. The 100-Day Pledge will not cover these issues.
Definition of an Open Day
An open day is considered any day in which the ski area offers lift-serviced skiing and riding at any time - morning, afternoon or night.