Boyne Resorts is the third largest resort network in North America, and features some of the North America’s biggest and best snow sports destinations, championship golf courses, luxurious spas and a full menu of active lifestyle amenities. What does this mean for Crystal pass holders? You can go explore these places and ski or ride for free or at a discounted rate just by being a Crystal pass holder. Benefits are listed under each pass type on the season pass page.
The Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington
including Alpental is one of Boyne’s newest additions featuring some of the best access in the nation via I-90 and less than an hour from downtown Seattle. The mountain is spread out across four areas and features great beginner to intermediate terrain, along with one of the best terrain parks in the business!
Big Sky, Montana
is located in Montana’s southwest corner just 18 miles north of Yellowstone National Park offering year-round entertainment for families and adventurers alike. A tram takes skiers to the top of Lone Peak at 11,150 feet giving Big Sky one of the largest total vertical drops in the nation. Big Sky recently became one with Moonlight Basin so now visitors can enjoy “America’s Biggest Skiing” on 5,512 acres of terrain. The resort village includes a variety of hotels, restaurants and shops. It’s an easy 10 hour drive from Seattle or a short flight into Bozeman. Kids 5 and under ski free when staying in lodging through Big Sky Central Reservations. Call (800) 548-4486 for more details.
founded in 1936, is one of America’s oldest alpine ski areas. Known as “the place where Salt Lake City learns to ski and ride”. Its terrain, amenities and people are friendly and make skiing and snowboarding fun. It has a down home feel with some big mountain lines and four terrain parks.
Cypress Mountain, British Columbia
is located in West Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Cypress Mountain was the Official Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard Venue for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Cypress offers great views, along with excellent night skiing.
Sunday River, Maine
also a new addition, is known for having the most dependable snow in New England. The resort features two slope-side Grand Hotels.
Sugarloaf Resort, Maine
is the third largest ski resort in the Northeast in terms of vertical drop (2,820 ft. vertical drop).
Boyne Mountain, Michigan
was founded by Everett Kircher in 1947. This Bavarian-style resort is recognized as the Midwest’s premier four-season resort.
The Inn at Bay Harbor, Michigan
is the crown jewel of Midwest resorts. This Victorian-style inn offers breathtaking views, world-class service, luxurious accommodations, full service spa and exquisite cuisine.
Loon Mountain, New Hampshire
at 3,065 feet, is a popular recreation area for many in New England during the winter months. In the fall it has hosted the New Hampshire Highland Games and is at its height for tourism during the summer season.