Magic Mountain always seems to be in the news for the right reasons. It’s one of those independently-owned mountains that actually has a finger on the pulse of the skiing community.
Magic announced on Twitter that they’re donating a portion of pass sales to the Ukrainian Crisis Relief Fund this weekend. There will also be opportunities to contribute cash at the Tavern and Ticket Office.
Full details below:
#StandWithUkraine️ Ski to help Ukraine this weekend pic.twitter.com/vk1xmyQfqA
— Magic Mountain (@SkiMagicVT) March 3, 2022
Supporting Ukraine against Russia/Putin’s invasion is all the rage these days, but I’m still glad to see members of our community stepping up to help out.
Magic is a relatively-small operation compared to neighboring resorts owned by mega-corporations. I think it’s a pretty big deal that they’re willing to donate a significant portion of their pass sales towards the cause.
Magic Mountain Stats
Average Snowfall: 145″
Snowmaking: 50% of trails
Weekend Adult Lift Ticket Price: $74 online, $79 on mountain
Pass: Indy Pass
Images Credit: Indy Pass Media Kit/Magic Mountain
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