We Joined the Indy Pass!
MARQUETTE, Mich. — Marquette Mountain Resort – the popular all seasons destination in Michigan’s Northwoods along Lake Superior – is pleased to be among the newest ski destinations to honor Indy Pass, bringing patrons more exclusive benefits, including two free days of skiing for cardholders.
“With our investment in greater snow quality and coverage, the benefits of Indy Pass, and our own season pass, this upcoming season will provide visitors with one of the best ski experiences in the Midwest,” said Kaet Johnson, General Manager of Marquette Mountain Resort. “Our multi-million dollar investment in new, state-of-the-art snowmaking infrastructure will be complete and fully functional, giving skiers exceptional slope conditions. Our participation with Indy Pass lets our customers enjoy their time on the mountain at an even greater value.”
Johnson noted the two free ski days provided by Indy Pass are ideal for resort visitors and a great complement to the Marquette Mountain winter season pass, which provides regular skiers season long access to the slopes, as well as discounts on food, beverages, and merchandise. Marquette Mountain passholders also receive a discount when purchasing the Indy Pass – valid at 100 resorts – and free one day passes at select Upper Peninsula resorts. Additionally, Marquette Mountain season pass holders can ski for free for three days at its pass partner resort, Ski Cooper in Leadville, Colo.
Marquette Mountain Resort recently announced installation is underway on extensive snowmaking infrastructure to produce high-quality powder with precision coverage. “It will allow us to open our most popular, race-caliber runs earlier in the season and give our skiers a truly memorable experience,” Johnson said. “It’s part of our ongoing multi-million dollar investment to enhance all aspects of the resort, including the addition of championship quality volleyball courts, downhill mountain bike routes with lift access, haul ropes for the Snowfield and Rocket chairs, and a remodeled Chalet, Alpine Room and Tbar restaurant and lounge. “With the addition of Indy Pass, guests can experience all of these great enhancements at an unbeatable value.”
For additional information on Indy Pass, visit www.indyskipass.com.
Marquette Mountain Resort is a privately owned, year-round resort where visitors can slide, ride, climb, fish and hike on over 300 acres of forested and rugged Precambrian bedrock formations with views of Lake Superior. Access to the mountain is available with a day or season pass. Marquette Mountain Resort also provides full-suspension mountain bikes for rent and hosts guided historical tours of Marquette by kayak. Tours, rentals, day and season passes can be purchased online at marquettemountain.com.
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Contact: Derek Smith
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