Hello Skiers and Snowboarders!
It’s been cold, and it’s been wet, which means conditions have never been better at Ski Bernalwood, San Francisco’s finest wintersports resort destination. Right now we’ve got a 41″ base with powder and packed powder on top, so it’s a great time to strap on your boards and and explore all the terrain we’ve opened up on Bernal Hill.
Let’s go over some of the highlights on tap for Winter 2013.
Ski Bernalwood 2013 Season Passes Now On Sale
Ski Bernalwood offers plenty of challenging terrain for riders of all ability levels, with two charilifts for fast, convenient access to all areas of the mountain. But before you hit the slopes, you’re going to need a lift ticket.
This year, we’re proud to announce that Ski Bernalwood has partnered with several of the finest merchants in Bernal Heights to offer an our first-ever Ski Bernalwood Season Pass.
For reals! This is an actual adhesive-backed lift ticket, sold with a complimentary metal wicket you can use to affix it to your favorite jacket or outerwear. Ski Bernalwood season passes are available for purchase starting today at any one of Ski Bernalwood’s Authorized Lift Ticket Vendors: Heartfelt on Cortland, Secession Art & Design on Mission, or the Precita Park Cafe in North Bernal.
Now, you might reasonably ask, Why should I buy a 2013 Ski Bernalwood Season Pass?
We’re glad you asked. Here’s why:
1) It’s a Superior Value
Have you purchased an all-day lift ticket in Lake Tahoe ski lately? Heavenly wants $102 for one. Squaw Valley gets $99 a day. Northstar is $105. But starting today, Ski Bernalwood is offering a full season pass for just $4.
That’s right! Four bucks buys a Ski Bernalwood Season Pass that gives you unlimited access to our trail and lift network for all of Winter 2013. Just show your pass to the lift attendants, and let our high-speed chairs whisk you up Bernal Hill to a world of gravity-fueled adventure.
2) There’s So Much to Enjoy
All your favorite Ski Bernalwood terrain features are back for 2013. There’s lots of powder to discover in the steeps of the 14 Limited and Stoney Grotto runs. Huck the cornice at Cornelio’s Folly. Or drop in at the Haunted House Terrain Park, where our engineers have just completed construction of a massive new tabletop jump. We predict it will leave you spinning:
Of course, you can’t go big on an empty stomach. That’s why we’ve put together a terrific lineup of tasty treats at the Sutrito Summit Lodge. Inside, you’ll find Off Piste, the innovative Swedish-style bistro that San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic Michael Bauer says is “redefining what urban ski lodge cuisine can be.” To manage your thirst, don’t miss the two full bars serving artisanal cocktails and microbrews on tap. Outside, you can enjoy our Patio BBQ while taking in views of the city below.
3) It’s Devastatingly Fashionable
Your 2013 Ski Bernalwood Season Pass opens the door to an entire winter of downhill fun, but it looks great on or off the slopes. No matter if you’re running errands on Cortland Avenue, or weekending in Chamonix, or rocking the red carpet at the Academy Awards — the Ski Bernalwood season pass attached to your jacket, hat, or shoulder bag represents Bernal Heights and tells the world that you demand superior downhill wintersports excitement.
4) Think Globally, Ski Locally
Each 2013 Ski Bernalwood Season Pass is printed on rugged, self-adhesive vinyl, to handle any abuse you dish out on the slopes or around town. You’ll also be glad to know your pass was printed by your neighbors at Ellaprint on Precita Avenue, right at the base of Bernal Hill. So you won’t just look good you when wear your 2013 Ski Bernalwood Season Pass — you’ll feel good.
Remember, you can purchase your 2013 Ski Bernalwood Season Pass for just $4 from any of these Authorized Ticket Sales Vendors:
Just stop by Heartfelt, Secession, or Precita Park Cafe during normal business hours, and ask at the counter for a 2013 Ski Bernalwood Season Pass. They’ll set you up.
We’ll see you on the slopes!
19 thoughts on “Where to Buy Your Ski Bernalwood Season Pass”
this is lawlsome.
If we just had the chairlift and the lodge I would be happy.
Bernalwood has just reached a new high
The images of skiing with the city in the background are awesome!
Anyone who comments “awesome sauce” IS awesome sauce!!
Wish I could afford to ski, must be nice.
Too much time on your hands. maybe get a job?
Love, love, love the story and the concept! Kudos to the creative team. Just how sweet it would be to ski Bernalwood this weekend!
How sweet is it that it could hit 70 degrees this weekend? In January.
Hilarious! I only wish skiing for Bernal denizens could be this easy. With two teens, I could save a fortune, and not need a 4WD!
yeah dude! i got my pass at Precita Park Cafe and am SO STOKED!!!!
Picked up our Ski Bernalwood passes tonight at Precita Park Cafe. Very excited. Also a question – does the money help support the Bernalwood blog? If so, we’ll buy some for the kids. We love your web site, Todd, and thank you for your dedication to keeping all Bernal neighbors abreast of the local news.
Thanks! The passes are sold at slightly more than cost; profit isn’t really the motive— our goal is wintersports excitement. But if there is any surplus, yes, it goes to the blog. Which in turn goes to places like the Precita Park Cafe (which I frequent). Happy ecosystem.
Am wondering if the 2014 pass is sold out yet? I’m always glad to be able to bike or take MUNI to go skiing!
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