The Mt. Shasta Ski Park is using their season pass sales in the month of April to help out the local food banks of Northern California.
The ski resort announced this week that 10 percent of season pass sales, up to $5,000, will be donated to the Siskiyou Community Food Bank and the Food Bank distributions at Dignity Health Connected Living. It’s another reason to support NorCal businesses who give back to the community.
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Get your season pass and give back to our communities ❄ . Mt. Shasta Ski Park is excited to announce that we will be donating 10% of our season pass sales * for the month of April, split between Siskiyou Community Food Bank and the Food Bank distributions at Dignity Health Connected Living who are helping our communities during this time of need. Up to $5,000 . Take advantage of what will be lowest prices all season, and help give back to our communities at the same time! Follow the link in our bio to get yours today!
Season passes for Mt. Shasta Ski Park are currently the lowest you’ll see for the 2020-21 season. Passes for kids under 7-years-old are just $69, while seniors passes are $129 and regular adult passes go for $349. To purchase your season pass, go here.
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine