All Mountain Access vs Lower Mountain Access? What’s that?

Traditionally, Leland Snowplay has provided two main snow play experiences:  Our Big Hills, and our Kiddie Hills.  Since 2008, our Big Hills have been “Lift Served”; a Tow Lift System is used to gently take you to the top of the hill.  Due to safety regulations, only person meeting a minimum height requirement could use this lift system.  Effective 2017, our Kiddie Hills will also become “Lift Served”, via a new “Magic Carpet” Lift System, allowing for persons of all ages and heights to access the Kiddie Hill without walking up the hill.  With this system in place, we are transition to a new terminology for our services:

ALL MOUNTAIN – Persons who are 44 inches tall or taller can purchase an All Mountain Ticket, which grants the holder all access to our Big Hills (upper mountain) and our Kiddie Hills (lower mountain).  Customers can choose to purchase all day tickets for all mountain, 2 hour lift tickets for all mountain, or all day walking (no lift access) for all mountain.

LOWER MOUNTAIN – Persons who are shorter than 44 inches can purchase a Lower Mountain Ticket, which grants the holder access to our Kiddie Hills (lower mountain) ONLY.  Customers can choose to purchase all day tickets for lower mountain, 2 hour lift tickets for lower mountain, or all day walking (no lift access) for lower mountain.

Ticket Prices vary based on what snow play experience you are looking for, but as a general rule, if you are 44 inches or taller, you will be purchasing one of our ALL MOUNTAIN TICKETS, and if you are shorter than 44 inches (i.e. children), you will be FAR more comfortable with one of our LOWER MOUNTAIN TICKETS.

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