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Sunlight pass deadline Sunday

A foot and a half of fresh dry powder snow fell last night, and you’ve called in sick to work so you can make first tracks at Sunlight. Never mind that today it’s 90 degrees and the middle of August. If you want to get a deal on the best face shots and untracked powder Sunlight can provide this season, you better hup-to. Powderhounds only have until Sunday to buy a Sunlight Mountain Resort season pass and get a Powder Pass upgrade worth $50 for free. Powder Pass holders are eligible to load the lifts 15 minutes earlier than the rest of the crowd for early morning fresh tracks on days when it snows six inches or more. Besides that, purchasing a Sunlight ski pass for the 2004-05 season includes the following benefits:• 10 percent off purchases more than $20 at the Sunlight Ski & Bike Shop (not including sale items)• 10 percent off ski and snowboard tune-ups at the shop• 10 percent off alpine, snowboard or telemark group lessons at Sunlight• Lift ticket discounts for a friend ($26 a day, not valid Dec. 25-Jan. 2)• 10 percent off all West Glenwood Dairy Queen purchasesAn adult season pass is $315 until Sept. 15, when the price will go up to $450. College, student, child and senior passes are also available. Call 945-7791 for information, or visit Sunlight Ski & Bike Shop, 309 9th St., Glenwood Springs.Contact Carrie Click: 945-8515, ext. 518cclick@postindependent.com


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