It’s arguably one of the best one-two punches among Heartland season pass deals, but you have less than a couple of weeks left to buy it. Boyne’s two Michigan resorts, [R72R, Boyne Highlands] and [R73R, Boyne Mountain Resort], have season passes on sale now through Oct. 10.


The adult Gold Pass, which offers unlimited skiing and riding, no blackout dates and incentives at all Boyne locations, is currently $729. The teen pass (13-18) and senior pass (65-70) are $589, and the junior pass (nine-12) is $419. The Silver Pass, which also offers unlimited skiing and riding at the Highlands does have a few blackout dates at the Mountain and offers half-off lift tickets at sister resorts. It's priced respectively at $449, $339 and $259. A Bronze Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding Monday through Friday at both Michigan resorts with some blackout dates, and 25-percent off lift tickets at sister resorts. It's priced at $289 for all age groups.


The pass, interchangeable at the two resorts located less than a half-hour apart, offers over 110 runs, some up to a mile in length; eight terrain parks and two halfpipes; skier and boarder cross courses; and 18 lifts, including  a high-speed quad at the Highlands and the Wolverine State’s only high-speed, six-seat lift at the Mountain.


The season pass not only gives you skiing and riding at the two Michigan locations. You also get discounts on admission to the Midwest's only slopeside waterpark, Avalanche Bay, and discounts on ski and snowboarding vacations to all of their sister resorts scattered across the continent: [R436R, Sugarloaf] and [R443R, Sunday River] in Maine; [R216R, Loon Mountain] in New Hampshire; [R48R, Big Sky] in Montana; [R82R, Brighton] in Utah; [R124R, Crystal Mountain] and [R466R, The Summit at Snoqualmie] in Washington; and [R127R, Cypress Mountain] in British Columbia. You receive lodging discounts, and you can ski or ride free for up to 10 days a season at any of the resorts depending on the pass you purchase.