Judy Duncan: I’ll still be buying a pass | SteamboatToday.com

Judy Duncan: I’ll still be buying a pass

Along with many other seniors in Steamboat, I also was not happy with the increase in the pass rate for the 2017-18 ski season. That doesn’t mean I won’t purchase a pass or will start protesting on Lincoln and Third.

After all I have purchased a pass for the last 20-plus years (not all at the senior rate). I’m thankful for the new payment schedule offered this year, which is a plus for sure.

Understanding that Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. has a tremendously long list on the agenda for improvements over the next several decades, I’m looking forward to each and every one. I just hope the increase for my pass goes to enhancements to lifts, more on mountain food accessibility and facilities and not the roller coaster.

Judy Duncan

Steamboat Springs

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