Season Passes | Yawgoo | Rhode Island

COVID-19 UPDATE for Winter 2020-2021 Operations

Thank you for your patience as we establish a plan for winter operations amid unprecedented times. We are working diligently to have protocols in place to protect both guests and staff.

As we enter uncertain times, we will be forced to restrict the number of guests in the park at one time. With this requirement, we have suspended season pass sales until further notice to help maintain guest volume with hopes to be able to reopen sales at a later date.

In the unlikely event, we are unable to open at all for 2020-2021 operations, all current pass holders will be offered the option to carry over their pass to the 2021-2022 season or a complete refund if requested. There may be some additional changes to come and we appreciate your cooperation in this process.

20-21 Rates

 
Early Bird

FEB 28 - MAY 1

Preseason

APR 16 - OCT 17

Regular

OCT 18 -

Adult
Ages 18-59
$349
Buy Online
$389

$449

Teen  New!
Ages 13-17
$329
Buy Online

$369

$429

Junior
Ages 5-12
$299
Buy Online

$349

$399

Military
Active/Legal Dependents
$279
Buy Online

$299

$339
College
FULL-TIME RI STUDENTS ONLY
$159
Buy Online

$179

$199
Senior
Ages 60+
$89
Buy Online

$119

$139

Toddler
UNDER age 5
One Free With Adult Pass

How to Purchase

Your 2020-2021 Snow Pass can be purchase either Online, in-office, or via mail-in form.

Office/Window Hours: Starting May 4   

Purchase Online Download Waiver & Mail or Fax
Pass Pick-Up

Snow Passes will be printed on or after November 15th.

Passes will be available for pick-up during office hours or at your first visit of the season, they will not be mailed. A valid ID will be required to pick-up your pass for Military, Senior, & College student passes. A photo is required in order to print your pass, photos can be submitted digitally or can be taken in-office. We strongly recommend sending your photo before to save time on your first visit. Passholders will be notified in October when it is time to submit your photo.


How Passes Work 

There are no black-outs for your Snow Pass as long as we are operational. Once you have picked-up your pass for the season, simply head to the lifts and present your pass to the attendant. To utilize your pass at our partner resorts, simply present your pass to their ticket office in exchange for a lift-ticket at their resort. Each passholder received 3 visits at each partner resort for passholder only.

Terms of Purchase
Passes are not transferable and not refundable.
If for medical reasons, a skier/rider requests a refund, it will be pro-rated for the first 20 days of ski area operation. When twenty days of operations are reached, there will be no refunds including for medical reasons. In all cases, your pass privileges expire at the close of operations in March 2021.
- MISPLACED OR STOLEN PASSES: In the event the Pass is lost, stolen, broken or unrecognizable, you must pay a non-refundable fee of $25 for any replacement pass.

Applicant(s) will be issued a Yawgoo Valley Ski Area Snow pass upon presentation of a valid ID and proof of age and payment in full on/or after November 18th, 2020.
- Lifts CLOSE 10 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE END OF FINAL SESSION OF THE DAY.
- There are times that the area may close due to power outages or inclement weather.
It is important that a parent/guardian is reachable for pick up.
- Those under the age of 21 will not be permitted in “The Max” Restaurant after 4 pm., unless accompanied by a parent/guardian.
- During certain periods terrain features including but not limited to rails, boxes, jumps, & tubes will be closed for all guests. It is at the discretion of Management & Ski Patrol for opening/closing of any features.
- AERIAL DRONES are not permitted.
- Yawgoo Valley is not responsible for any lost, stolen, or misplaced items or equipment.
- Baby carriers are not permitted on lifts or tow ropes.
- Equipment must have locking bindings and metal edges.
- Snow Skates/Bikes are not permitted.
Pass-holder Terms of Usage & Behavior Conduct
All Season Pass holders are expected to observe certain rules and policies.
Responsibility Code
Always stay in control and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them.
You must not stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible from above.
Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to others.
Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely.

Park Smart
One user on a terrain park feature at a time.
Inspect terrain before using and throughout the day.
It is your responsibility to control your body on the ground and in the air.
Always clear the landing area quickly.
Never jump blindly. Look before you leap.
Use a spotter when necessary.
Do not jump out of chairlifts.
Do not build your own jumps.
Be Courteous and respect others.
Do not use rude language and/or behavior.
In jumping and using this terrain in any way, you assume the risk of serious injury.
Any of the following violations may be grounds for total revocation of lift privileges without any refunds:
-Skiing or snowboarding too fast or recklessly as to endanger others.
Disregarding any and all posted signs.
- Skiing or snowboarding beyond Closed Area signs or beyond Area Boundary signs.
- Leaving a scene of an accident in which you are involved.
- Jumping out of lift chairs.
- Engaging in abusive or rude language and/or behavior on Yawgoo premises.
- Any other activities that the Yawgoo staff deem inappropriate. Area staff members are instructed to notify management of any behavior that compromises the safety and/or comfort of any patron, including but not limited to horseplay, offensive language, littering, loitering and vandalism. The risk management office will call the parent of any child under the age of 18 for infractions and/or behavior problems. In the event a parent/guardian cannot be reached the RI State Police will be brought in to mediate.

2019-2020 Snow Pass Resort Partners


The Yawgoo Valley Snow Pass grants you up to 3-days of skiing or riding at our partner resorts, for free!
To Utilize Pass Privileges:   Simply present your Snow Pass at one of our partner's ticket offices for a lift ticket valid that day only. Valid up to 3 times at each resort. Pass holder must adhere to all resort rules and policies. Pass holders must present their valid season pass and an additional photo ID at participating areas. Tickets and passes are NOT transferable. No black outs. Visit the Freedom Pass Partner Site for links and details on each resort (final list subject to change.) 

This list is subject to change.

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