Silver Mountain invites you to come celebrate Jackass Day on Friday, as the resort pays homage to its humble beginnings with retro lift ticket prices.
Silver Mountain is offering $11 lift tickets (plus tax) for a day of skiing, snowboarding and a party at Moguls, where guests can enjoy complimentary cake at 2pm.
Jackass Ski Bowl on Wardner Peak opened to the public in January 1968 with a single Riblet chair. After four years, the name was changed to Silverhorn Ski Area. Then in 1990, it became known as Silver Mountain, after a major expansion of trails on Kellogg Peak
"We have a lot of guests who have been coming here since the late 60's and early 70's and have fascinating stories of the early days at Jackass Ski Bowl and the Tamarack Lodge," said general manager Jeff Colburn, via a Silver Mountain press release.
Guests are encouraged to wear or bring their Jackass Ski Bowl and Silverhorn Ski Area logo wear.