Frequently Asked Questions: BOYNE Passes
- What BOYNE Pass has the most flexibility to ski or ride?
- Does the BOYNE Pass allow any privileges at resorts outside Michigan?
- I prefer to ski/ride at times when the resorts are not busy, what type of BOYNE Pass should I purchase?
- When does night skiing/riding begin at BOYNE?
- What is the beginning and end time of night sessions at BOYNE?
- Are there any retail discounts associated with my BOYNE Pass?
- What is the First Tracks Membership?
- Can I earn BoyneRewards points to purchase my BOYNE Pass?
- Can I use BoyneRewards points to purchase my BOYNE Pass?
Season Pass Offices
- Where are the season pass offices located?
- What are the hours of the season pass offices?
- How do I contact the season pass office?
- What ski resorts in North America are currently included in the Boyne Resorts family?
- Are Boyne Resorts planning on adding any additional resorts to the family?
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What BOYNE Pass has the most flexibility to ski or ride?
The Unlimited Pass has the most flexibility if you plan on skiing/riding at any of the Boyne Resorts. If you are just skiing/riding at BOYNE resorts in Michigan the Gold Pass will have the most flexibility to ski and ride.
Does the BOYNE Pass allow any privileges at resorts outside Michigan?
Yes. The Unlimited Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at any of the Boyne Resorts. The Gold Pass now offers UNLIMITED FREE days of skiing/riding at any Boyne Resorts location when you are lodging on-property and have made your reservations through central reservations. If you are not staying on-property you will receive 50% off daily lift ticket purchases for up to 10 days. The Silver Pass offers up to 50% off for up to 10 days when you are lodging on-property and have made your reservations through central reservations and $20 off when you are not staying on-property. The Bronze Pass offers $20 off for up to 10 days at any Boyne Resorts location.
I prefer to ski/ride at times when the resorts are not busy, what type of BOYNE Pass should I purchase?
The Silver or Bronze Passes are designed for those people who prefer to ski/ride at non peak times. The Silver Pass has blacked out dates at Boyne Mountain and these are days that traditionally represent the busiest days at the resorts. The Silver Pass offers unlimited access to Boyne Highlands. The Bronze Pass is a Monday - Friday pass with some holidays and traditionally busy days blacked out. Both the Silver offer unlimited night access and the Broze Pass offer unlimited night skiing except for blackout days, as well as a significant price break when compared to the Gold Pass.
When does night skiing/riding begin at BOYNE?
Night sessions are scheduled to begin December 26 and run through holiday break. After holiday break, night sessions are offered Wednesday - Saturday with a few additional evenings added during the season.
Are there any retail discounts associated with the BOYNE Pass?
Yes, there is a 15% retail discount with the Unlimited and Gold Passes and a 10% discount with the Silver or Bronze Pass. All discounts are off suggested retail only and are offered at all retail locations owned and operated by Boyne Resorts. NOTE: remember to show your BoyneRewards card when making purchases.
What is the First Tracks Membership?
As a BOYNE Gold Passholder, you're a member of the First Tracks Club! On Weekends and holidays beginning December 26th, the Mountain Express chairlift at Boyne Mountain and the Heather Express chairlift at Boyne Highlands will be open at 8:30 a.m. for First Track Club Members. Take leisurely cruises down Heather or carve up the corduroy on McClouth while the rest of northern Michigan patiently awaits the 9 o'clock hour.
Can I earn BoyneRewards points when purchasing my BOYNE Pass?
Yes, simply provide your BoyneRewards account number when purchasing your pass either online or at the season pass office.
Can I use BoyneRewards points to purchase my BOYNE Pass?
Yes, visit www.boynerewards.com, enter your username and password to access your account and view details on your points balance. While there you can shop the menu of items that can be purchased using BoyneRewards points, including all of the BOYNE Passes.
Where are the season pass offices located?
BOYNE has two season pass offices, one located at the Boyne Mountain Front Desk and one at the Boyne Highlands Front Desk. In addition, season pass purchases can be processed at Boyne Country Sports locations in Novi, Bloomfield Hills, Traverse City and Petoskey.
How do I contact the season pass office?
You may contact the season pass office at Boyne Mountain by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 800.462.6963 (press 4), or calling direct to 231.549.6016.
What ski resorts in North America are currently included in the Boyne Resorts family?
Boyne Highlands, MI; Boyne Mountain, MI; Sunday River, ME; Sugarloaf, ME; Big Sky, MT; Brighton, UT; Crystal Mountain, WA; Cypress Mountain, BC; The Summit at Snoqualmie, WA; Loon Mt, NH.