Prices frozen and/or reduced across the resort for 2024-25 seasons

NELLYSFORD, VIRGINIA – Wintergreen announced a further enhancement to its Mission Affordable season pass program with a Mission Affordability initiative which has been expanded across all seasons by freezing or reducing prices on most of the recreation and activities at the resort. The program includes offering extra attractive lodging packages and providing various special dining deals where possible. This effort is intended to thwart the inflationary impacts across the US economy over the past several years. The goal is to make it more affordable and easier for guests to retreat to the Blue Ridge Mountains to relax, rejuvenate, and recreate.

For the 2024-25 winter season, the Mission Affordable 4-packs and most lift ticket rates will be frozen or reduced. Wintergreen will also introduce a new Free Learn to Ski or Snowboard program, dining specials, and various lodging packages to combine attractive pricing and convenience with the best access to the fun of the resort. Mission Affordability has been expanded to the spring, summer, and fall seasons with reduced golf and racquet sport rates, a multi-visit pass to Lake Monocan, spa specials, a Discovery Ridge Adventure Center discovery pass, weekly dining specials, and numerous lodging packages.

Wintergreen’s general manager, Jay Gamble, explained, “The impact of hot inflation and a tepid economy has been evident over the past several years on both our guests and the resort. While we are in the business of staying in business, we can see what the inflationary environment has done to our members and guests. We can’t change everything in the economy, but this change shows our commitment to making our resort accessible to everyone wanting to vacation and recreate in the Blue Ridge Mountains where the fresh air and scenery are always free.”

The commitment to affordability is encouraged by Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. (PGRI), Wintergreen’s parent company based in Park City, Utah. A core tenet of the company’s long-term strategic position has been offering affordable mountain escapes starting with the introduction of the Mission Affordable suite of lift products and extending to the most comprehensive Free Learn to Ski and Ride programs in the industry. Through this new Mission Affordability program, PGRI’s resorts aim to make mountain recreation accessible to a broader audience ensuring more people can enjoy the scenic beauty and activities they love more often, without compromising on the quality of the guest experience.

Wintergreen spans 11,000 acres on the eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the heart of Central Virginia adjacent to the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is just 90 minutes from Richmond, Virginia and approximately three hours from Washington, D.C. and Raleigh, North Carolina.

The resort features four seasons of mountain recreation. Amenities include 45 holes of championship golf, alpine skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing, an award-winning racquet sports program with 22 courts, a full-service mountaintop spa, outdoor recreation including 37 miles of hiking trails, fly fishing, swimming in three pools and a lake, and a variety of dining options.
Wintergreen Resort also features 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space, audiovisual services, an award-winning banquet department, and experienced conference service professionals. In addition to events for corporations, non-profit organizations and government entities, the resort hosts weddings reunions, and other social and cultural happenings.

About Pacific Group Resorts Inc. (PGRI)
Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. is an international resort operating company based in Park City, Utah whose portfolio includes Jay Peak in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Wintergreen Resort in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Mt. Washington Alpine Resort in the Beaufort Mountain Range on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Wisp Resort in the Appalachian Mountains of western Maryland, and Powderhorn Mountain Resort on the Grand Mesa of western Colorado. PGRI also manages the mountain operations of Ragged Mountain in New Hampshire, which is not owned by Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. Combined the company operates over 4,000 acres of ski terrain serving about 1 million skier visits per year, 99 holes of golf, over 40 food & beverage outlets, over 4,000 pillows, plus tennis, pickleball, pools, a water park, athletic fields, a whitewater rafting course, numerous retail operations, spas, and a variety of other amenities. For more information on PGRI, please visit