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    Posted: Jan/14/2011 at 11:18pm
I was just wondering how much do you guys spend per season excluding the cost of your setup? Because I am looking to either go over to the state or Canada end of this year, so I want to know how much I should bring if I want to stay for a season. Especially when the exchange rate is pretty awesome at the moment.

Also, where would you guys recommend?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/14/2011 at 11:36pm
Usually i spend anywhere from 50-80 bucks per trip (gas, lift ticket, food, drinks) and i go about 1-5 times per season.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 12:51am
Went 10 times last season, prob spent about 500 bucks (lift ticket, gas, etc) altogether excluding buying my equipment...u can usually find discount lift tickets online or at costco.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 1:52am
Try a working holiday? I'm planning one 2011/2012 to Canada. 
If only Queensland had snow...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 3:47am
Same here, I was thinking of being a lifty or work somewhere close to the snow.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:00am
well i have a season pass that costed 300 and gas is prbably like 10 bucks and food is another 5 but i normally just bring a box of granola bars and a gatorade from home
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:05am
i pay 20 bucks every time i go cuz i got this thing called a value pass and i buy it for 45 bucks and then it takes off 15 dollars off a ticket when i use the card. every 7th time is free. i went 9 times already. used the card 8 times. and went to mt.snow for pay your age.


so i spent around 160 for tickets. then for giving gas money and buying food is another 40 bucks. so 200 bucks so far :/
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:20am
last time we were boarding in canada we went to mt. tremblant.  EVERYTHING is pricey there and you can't get discounts on anything.  this was a pretty big shock to us since we're pretty big bargain hunters.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:23am
Season pass will cost you anywhere between $400-$1000 depending on where you end up going, the rest is just trying to figure gas, food and lodging.  Obviously your best bet would be to try and get a job at the resort.  I would think that your biggest expense is going to be lodging, the rest you can do pretty cheaply if you try hard enough
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:26am
As a couple, I'd say we dropped around $250/day when we went to Canada a few years ago.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 5:21am
way to much. My sports that I play are Ice hockey, snowboarding, tennis, racquetball, and disc golf. I think hockey and snowboarding are about the same for funds being extracted out of my wallet. I play ice hockey year round though.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 5:29am
this season l went like 6-7x already, roughly 30-40$ each time. I think lw oudl have been better off if l spent the $ on a seasons pass instead. At least l get to expereince new hills/mountain
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 5:29am
$350 for season pass

$5 for gas
$3 for tolls

I bring food from home too, so probably $10 per trip.
What is this "snowboarding" everyone speaks of.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 6:09am
Originally posted by jeremy86

Same here, I was thinking of being a lifty or work somewhere close to the snow.

From what I have heard working on the mountain means very little riding time especially for lift operators. If you want to live in a resort town and ride a lot you need to be looking for work at night waiting or busing tables or something like that.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 6:49am
with gas/hotel/lift tickets/food/ probably around $1000 a year.. i got alot of coupons this year tho, so maybe less
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 6:57am
lodging, food, gas, season pass (+little extra $ for unexpected)...you'd have to do the math for the particular region you're going
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 7:01am
I spent about $1500 in gear and about $600 on gas/food/tickets/etc
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 7:09am
Such an expensive hobby, but without being too close to a mountain, I can't really get a season pass or bundle of passes to the same place since I end up going to too many different places.  All worth it though.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 7:51am
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Exchange rate awesome? Is the US dollar even worth more than a loon, I can remember when the dollar was worth like 1.60 loons. I just checked a dollar is only 1.0097 loons.    The dollar sucks anymore, damn politicians.


Learn to math, you have it backwards.

The CDN dollar is worth more then the USD; not the other way around.

(However with % the banks take on exchange realistically both Dollars are "worth less" then each other)


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 8:07am
lifty is the way to go. I know at Bear Mountain/Snow Summit you get a season pass for free. so that take out a major expense for you. Rent a room for $200-300 from someone and you'll save more money that way.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 10:57am
I have a season pass to kirkwood and a ski lease in south lake, but I plan to go 20-30 days this year, so it should still be pretty economical. I had a pass to Squaw last year and only rode there 8 days, so it barely paid for itself. :/

I've been up 7 days so far this year, but only three of which were at kirkwood. I rode homewood, squaw, northstar, and alpine for a week when I had some friends come in from out of town, and we actually had to rent a different cabin since my lease didn't start in time for it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 11:00am
about 1000 a year in just passes.. food and stuff i usually bring and such
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 11:05am
I would think all the job spaces are all filled up by now wouldn't you think so?  Lodging will kill your budget big time unless you stay at a motel a little far off.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 11:06am
Originally posted by Angry Midget Yo

I would think all the job spaces are all filled up by now wouldn't you think so?  Lodging will kill your budget big time unless you stay at a motel a little far off.

lodging isnt too bad if u grab a bunch of friends and stick them all in cabin.. cook instead of eating out.. its actually pretty cheap compared to the cost of lift tickets
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 11:07am
gear varies, this year i barely bought anything, but passes are usually the same.  last couple years have been almost 500 for the season pass but i go 60-70 days and shoot for more so its pretty cheap per day, and then food i try to bring from home so its not more than a couple bucks a trip, but i occasionally buy it up there.  gas counts too but its about 42 miles round trip so its not bad compared to what might be average around the country, and all my roomies and friends ride, so we carpool often.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 11:15am
I can get a free season pass to a nearby mtn every year, so that's good ;)
I go around 10~20 times a season and I take public transit, which costs bout 30 bucks for the whole season. Another 30 for the food, 400 for the gear.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 3:38pm
My season pass cost $350. I've been to the mountain about 11 times. Gas costs about $15/trip. I'm gonna go to Stratton next weekend but got pretty good deal. Lodging $299/5nights and $20 lift tickets. I think so far, I've spent almost $1000. Wowww....it's pricey sport really.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:16pm
so cheap for you guys..

lift pass for the day $99
to get the car on the mountain $35
petrol $ 60
then there is the food.. pretty expensive day
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:36pm
Season pass: $350
Gas per day: $10(split between freinds)
Food: around $10

Gone around 10x this season so far so 550 so far.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:37pm
200 for night pass this yr. great investment
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 4:43pm
$400 or so per person for the season pass for two of us
$150 or so per night for lodging
$100 for gas both ways
$50 per day for food for two
One or two lessons a month for two at $200 per person...

About 10 days per month in 4 trips = a little over $11,000 for the season is what I'm guessing... 
Plus HCSC for two = another $4,000 or so

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 6:50pm
My friends are not that keen to stay for a season, they will only be joining me for a week or so. So I will probably end up paying for lodge myself for few weeks, that is going to be a killer.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 7:10pm
For me its been:
340 - Season pass
180 - 2 night stay killington
50 x 5 random days
400 - 2 person stay at Sugar Loaf

I'll probably end up spending another 250 for more lift tickets.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/15/2011 at 7:22pm
Working at a mountain is great to cut out the cost of a season's pass but it's true that you don't get to snowboard that much.  I teach skiing at my mountain and teaching is better as you get to ride with the kids, and practice more basic kind of stuff while teaching, but when you get off it's usually only night skiing left and depending on how the day went you might be too damn tired to go up.  I often bring my snowboard to snowboard after a day of teaching skiing but I'll tell you right now it takes a lot of motivation to go grab your board after teaching.
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too much when you consider gas, tolls, hotel, food, entertainment on top of lift tickets/season passes.
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$300 for a season pass at Mt High
$300-$500 for a trip to either Mammoth, Tahoe, or Colorado
$200-$300 a year for Bear or Summit
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 3:50pm
Originally posted by seyheeya

$400 or so per person for the season pass for two of us
$150 or so per night for lodging
$100 for gas both ways
$50 per day for food for two
One or two lessons a month for two at $200 per person...

About 10 days per month in 4 trips = a little over $11,000 for the season is what I'm guessing... 
Plus HCSC for two = another $4,000 or so

Snowboarding is an expensive hobby for us, but it's so worth it!!!


$11,000 a year!? You must be overpaying.
I pay:
$250 for night club card
$150 for bus 6 times (with school)
$5 round trip for each trip up on my own (split between friends)
Bring my own food, leaving me at about $500 a year. Hope to move closer to the mountain to cut that by a lot.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 3:56pm
you guys are nuts!! 11k christok is like 1.5k. if it was me paying that price, l rather do some back country to save money
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 5:27pm
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so cheap for you guys..

lift pass for the day $99
to get the car on the mountain $35
petrol $ 60
then there is the food.. pretty expensive day

Gotta love Aussie prices, hey!

Full-Access Lift Pass: Around $105
Food: Around $10, depends if we get something from the supermarket on mountain or from the bakery at the base.
Return Bus to the mountain: $40
Petrol (if we drive): $15-$20 contribution
Resort Entry (if we drive): $10-$15 contribution.

So either way, around $150 a day. Thank god I don't rent my gear..! Season pass for this year will set me back between $750 and $1,100 depending on whether I get the tertiary or adult pass..!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 5:37pm
dude, that's really expensive.
no wonder there are tons of aussies anywhere you go here. (japan)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 5:38pm
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Originally posted by seyheeya

$400 or so per person for the season pass for two of us
$150 or so per night for lodging
$100 for gas both ways
$50 per day for food for two
One or two lessons a month for two at $200 per person...

About 10 days per month in 4 trips = a little over $11,000 for the season is what I'm guessing... 
Plus HCSC for two = another $4,000 or so

Snowboarding is an expensive hobby for us, but it's so worth it!!!


$11,000 a year!? You must be overpaying.
I pay:
$250 for night club card
$150 for bus 6 times (with school)
$5 round trip for each trip up on my own (split between friends)
Bring my own food, leaving me at about $500 a year. Hope to move closer to the mountain to cut that by a lot.
Depends a lot though...I mean, if you go to Mammoth everytime, then you will be paying mounds of cash more than the person with the $300 season pass to heavenly.
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are we talking semi-local (i.e. - driving) or taking a full on plane trip here?  big diff between the two.  i rarely fly for a boarding vacation so i'd say i spent way less than $500/season to hit up tahoe 6-10xs.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 6:13pm
Damn man 11k is absurd.

4-8 trips to snowshoe during the semester

$250 for a snowshoe season pass
~$15 for gas per trip ($60 split between 4 people)
~$30 for food/beer per trip
$20 for 2 nights per trip at the house the club rents (although being an officer this year I don't have to pay this)

Unfortunately I shtooked my knee up the first trip to snowshoe, so I didn't get to take my 2-3 trips to Mount Snow I normally do during winter break.

$790 for the club trip to CO, included Airfare, Busses, Housing, Lift tickets
$200 for food/beer while there cause I splurged while on vacation

So total this season, anywhere from 1400 - 1600, but that's only cause I went to CO from the east coast.

4-8 weekends at snowshoe this season would be 430-610, plus whatever I would have spent at Mount Snow, although that's normally with my dad so he ends up paying for most.

This is also just cause I'm at school.  As a "where should I go" type thing like your OP suggested, definitely not anywhere in the southeast, but that should be obvious.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 6:14pm
Originally posted by Wingnutx

Season pass will cost you anywhere between $400-$1000 depending on where you end up going, the rest is just trying to figure gas, food and lodging.  Obviously your best bet would be to try and get a job at the resort.  I would think that your biggest expense is going to be lodging, the rest you can do pretty cheaply if you try hard enough


I'd say you're better off working as a bartender/waiter in a resort town. The money is much better, and you can work nights so you can ride days.

And, living in a town with a small (but steep) mountain is very nice. My pass was $325 and there are NEVER any lift lines.
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About $250 and I usually go 3-5 times.
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around 500 bucks per season
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probably about 1000 in a season
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/16/2011 at 10:39pm
Are there public transports to and from most snow resort? Coz hiring a car will definitely kill my budget.

So far, a month of snowboarding would be about 3-5000 including accommodation, passes, food, etc

Where is OP? Also, are there any area or region that has better snow?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/17/2011 at 2:46am
Around $300 for tickets (you can find good season pass deals in Tahoe), then $200 per weekend for for food/hotel/gas. Maybe $1000 a season i guess
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/17/2011 at 4:35am
Originally posted by Sintexo

Damn man 11k is absurd.

Not necessarily.  It depends on what where you are going and how long.

Here is my season so far.

Chile 9 days (5 days boarding) - $2000
Mammoth 5 days (4 days boarding) - $1200 
Vail/Aspen 5 days (4 days boarding) - $1500
Japan 2 weeks (8-9 days boarding) - $4000 est. (Planned for Feb)
Local stuff about $100 per day (2 days so far, estimate 5 this season) - $500

Total $9200

If I didn't go to Bahamas last week ($1100) I probably would have gone snowboarding.  

so I really don't think $11k is that absurd.

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