The concept of time is so weird this year. Days feel like weeks. Weeks feel like years. Then you blink and summer's over just like that! If riding the Glade Runner mountain coaster at Bogus Basin was on your summer bucket list and you didn't get to check it off, this is your opportunity to do it! 

On Saturday, September 26, Bogus Basin is celebrating T-Mobile Day on the mountain. T-Mobile will be on in the base area to greet visitors as the resort moves into their final two weekends of the summer season. If you're one of the first 200 people to stop by their table will receive a voucher for an unlimited day pass that gets you unlimited rides on the mountain coaster and summer tubing. That's a GREAT value as an unlimited coaster passes cost $15 per rider and summer tubing sessions are typically $15 an hour.

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Scenic chair rides are not included with the pass because the Morning Star Lift is going through unexpected maintenance and repairs. The Deer Point Lift was already under routine maintenance and closed on after Labor Day.

If you're ready for one last blast at Bogus Basin before they start preparing for their winter ski season, remember all guests age two and older are required to wear face coverings in lines, inside facilities and gathering areas at Bogus Basin. When I went up to run there a few weeks ago lines were clearly marked for physical distancing and everyone seemed to be following the rules. You can read all of Bogus's COVID-19 protocols here in case this is your one and only trip to the mountain this summer!

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