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What is the No Boundaries Pass?

The No Boundaries Pass is a multi-mountain ski pass that provides access to our network of 3 partner mountains across New England. Passholders can use their pass for up to 3 days of skiing at EACH mountain. That means you can ski up to 9 days for just $115. This year's No Boundaries Pass is a completely virtual product that entitles the passholder to either:

  • 1 Saturday/holiday lift ticket, OR

  • 1 Sunday and 1 weekday lift ticket, OR

  • 3 weekday lift tickets

at EACH of our partner mountains*: Tenney Mountain, Mt. Abram, and Granite Gorge.

Using your No Boundaries Pass

The No Boundaries Pass is not a physical product. We use a virtual "token" system to track pass usage in our cloud-based system. Passholder information is stored in our database and you'll have 3 virtual "tokens" for each mountain. To use your No Boundaries Pass, bring a drivers license or ID to the ticket window, say you have the No Boundaries Pass, and pick up a lift ticket:


 

To get a Saturday or holiday* lift ticket, you will use all 3 "tokens" for that mountain

 

To get a non-holiday Sunday lift ticket, you will use 2 of the "tokens" for that mountain

 

To get on a non-holiday weekday lift ticket, you only use 1 "token" for that mountain

*Holiday dates for all mountains are 12/25/2023 through 1/1/2024, 1/13/2024 through 1/15/2024, and 2/17/2024 through 2/24/2024.

Buying the No Boundaries Pass


The No Boundaries Pass is no longer on sale for the 2023/2024 season. You must be a No Boundaries member to purchase the No Boundaries Pass. Click here to become a member if you're not already (it's FREE) for next season!

  • How many days can I ski at each mountain?
    It depends on which days you ski and how many "tokens" you use. You have 3 tokens for each mountain on the pass. To ski on a Saturday or holiday, you must use all 3 tokens. To ski on a Sunday, you must use 2 tokens. To ski on a weekday, you only need 1 token. This means you could ski between 1 and 3 days at each mountain. If you ski on a Saturday or holiday, you'll use all 3 tokens and won't have another redemption available at that mountain. If you ski on a Sunday, you'll use 2 tokens and have 1 token available to ski on a weekday. Or, you could ski on a weekday and only use 1 token, giving you the opportunity to ski 3 different weekdays. You can use your 3 tokens in different combinations at each mountain. For example, you can use all 3 tokens to ski a Saturday at Tenney, but can use your 3 tokens to ski 3 different weekdays at Granite Gorge. By avoiding peak days, you'll have the opportunity to ski more.
  • Which mountains can I use the No Boundaries Pass at?
    Tenney Mountain in Plymouth, New Hampshire Mt. Abram in Greenwood, Maine Granite Gorge in Roxbury, New Hampshire To use your No Boundaries Pass, you must stop at the ticket window* with your government issued ID and tell the attendant you have the No Boundaries Pass in order to pick up a lift ticket for the day. *At Mt. Abram, the No Boundaries Pass must be redeemed at Guest Services in the Main Base Lodge.
  • What are these virtual "tokens"?
    The No Boundaries Pass is not a physical product, so these virtual "tokens" are a way for us to track and manage your ticket redemptions. There are no physical tokens, but we will remind you how many tokens you have remaining (and therefore, how many/which days you could visit that mountain again) whenever you redeem them for a lift ticket.
  • Can I use tokens from one mountain at another mountain?
    No. You only have 3 tokens for each mountain. The ticket window attendant will have access to see how many tokens you have remaining.
  • How will I know how many tokens/days I have remaining at each mountain?
    Each time you redeem a lift ticket at a mountain, you will receive an email from us explaining how many tokens you've used, how many you have remaining, and which day(s) you could redeem again.
  • Are there any blackout dates?
    No. There are no blackout dates on the No Boundaries Pass, but by avoiding peak days and holidays, you'll have the opportunity to ski more.
  • What are the holiday dates for this season?
    Holiday dates for all mountains are: -12/25/2023 through 1/1/2024 -1/13/2024 through 1/15/2024 -2/17/2024 through 2/24/2024 Holiday dates require 3 tokens for a lift ticket redemption.
  • Will I receive a physical pass? How do I get a lift ticket for the day?
    The Boundaries Pass is not a physical product. When you purchase your pass, you're information is automatically entered into our system within 24 hours. This means you can begin using your pass almost immediately. To redeem a lift ticket for the day, simply go to the ticket window*, let the attendant know you have the No Boundaries Pass, and present them with your government issued ID to receive a printed ticket for the day. Children that do not have an ID can simply give their name. *At Mt. Abram, the No Boundaries Pass must be redeemed at Guest Services in the Main Base Lodge.
  • What are the operating days/hours for each mountain?
    Our partner mountains have not released their operating days/hours for the season yet. Mt. Abram typically only operates Thursdays-Sundays and holidays. Please note that mountains may change their operating days/hours at any time. Please check with each mountain directly for updates.
  • Is there a lower price for children?
    No. The No Boundaries Pass is one price for all ages. The price is extremely low and we feel it is a great value for any age.
  • Is the No Boundaries Pass refundable?
    Given the extremely low price of the No Boundaries Pass, we unfortunately cannot provide refunds on for any reason.
  • Can someone else use my pass?
    No. The No Boundaries Pass is specific to you. You must present your government issued ID at the ticket window* to verify your identity and pick up a ticket for the day. *At Mt. Abram, the No Boundaries Pass must be redeemed at Guest Services in the Main Base Lodge.
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