Why is it that Sugarbush classifies a senior as 70+ and almost every other area in New England classifies them as 65? I skied Sugarbush for years and over the last five years have switched to Jay. I can get a season pass at Jay as a senior for $500 as opposed to paying $1,200 at Sugarbush. Is the number of trails and the so called glades worth that extra $700? I dont think so! So it will be another five years of skiing Jay for me, unless they come to their senses about the senior level age. Jay reduced its lift ticket price and seniors can ski for $30 midweek as opposed to $84 at Sugarbush. It certainly doesn't take $54 dollars of gas to drive past Sugarbush and go up to Jay.

Win, what is your thinking on the matter?