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What You'll Get
Winter sports are great for people who enjoy cold weather or those who have just always wanted to yell, “Eat my flakes, you snowballs!” Bask in the possibilities of a winter wonderland with this Groupon.
$110 for an Individual Season Ski Pass (Up to $225 Value)
Glide across 15 kilometers of cross-country skiing trails with natural and machine-made snow, including a 2.5-kilometer loop, which stays lit at night. Season passes grant guests unlimited access to the facility's paths and an additional 10% off ski-shop merchandise. Children 13–16 and 6–12 can regularly procure passes for $110 and $80 respectively; children 5 and younger gain admission for free. This deal is not valid for past or current season pass holders.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 28, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 10 or older. Not valid for past or current pass holders. Valid for 2012-13 season only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Weston Ski Track
In 1973, Mike Farny had a vision: to bring affordable outdoor recreation to the residents of metropolitan Boston. Opening the Charles River Canoe Service that year, Farny became an instrumental voice in efforts to clean up the river, encouraging people to canoe, kayak, and sweep up the dirt on the riverbanks. The next year, he persuaded the Leo J. Martin Golf Course to transform its greens and fairways into a sprawling landscape for cross-country skiing alongside the Charles, allowing the public to enjoy recreation on the river even when its waters had frozen. A 15-kilometer system of trails makes use of natural snowfall and offers skiers a chance to change up their routes. Even when flakes refuse to fall, a state-of-the-art artificial-snow system shoots powder over a 2.5-kilometer loop, which rests beneath lights to allow night skiing before guests return to the cozy snack shop for hot cocoa and a bite to eat.