The Mountain Collective season ski pass deal has arrived and it’s even better than before with access to even more terrain for a fraction of the price. This year’s benefits provide skiers and riders with access to not six, but seven world class ski areas and two bonus resorts with winter seasons that run polar opposite to ours.
Shred 7 world-class destinations
The best feature of this brilliant collaboration is that it allows you to ski and ride two days each at seven of the top independent ski areas in the North America. And unlike most season ski passes, Mountain Collective has no blackout dates, so scheduling a vacation is more convenient. Skiers and riders can access hundreds of lifts and shred tons of terrain at: AspenSnowmass, Colorado; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; AltaSnowbird, Utah; Mammoth Mountain and Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows, California; Whistler Blackcomb, Canada. Plus, now Banff/Lake Louise/Sunshine Valley in Canada has also joined for the 2014-15 season.
Save more when you ski and ride even more
After sampling the seven, you may have the desire to return back to your favorite resort. This Pass has got you covered with a 50% discount off of lift tickets for the additional days beyond the 14, and up to 25% savings on lodging at the Collective 7 resorts.
As with most multi—mountain season ski passes, the earlier you buy, the more you save. Buying now will beat the Fall rush and will save you nearly 70% on this season’s skiing if you take full advantage of the lift access alone. At $389 for adults, $99 for children with an adult Pass. This pass is a steal because the average cost of day lift tickets at any of these resorts in covered in less than four visits.
Extended ski season in Chile and Australia
If you’re the type of skier/rider/shredder that can’t get enough of that fluffy white stuff, passholders can enjoy an extended ski season that goes beyond our North American winter. MountainCollective includes bonus skiing during June through October with two days each at Thredbo in Australia, and Valle Nevado, Chile. There are no blackout restrictions there either so scheduling time off to travel during the summer months is much easier, especially with kiddos in tow.
So if the turn of seasons immediately evokes thoughts of your first run, don’t sleep on this sweet deal. You can conveniently shop the Mountain Collective Pass on our site along with other deals according to the areas you plan on visiting. Our mobile app groups deals and discounts by area, so you can easily search and find deals, store them in one place with one tap, then flash the deal on your phone when you visit local retailers in the area where you’ll pick up your Pass.
The Mountain Collective Pass is a smart purchase because it will not only save you a ton of coin on tons of world-class skiing, but will bridge this and next year’s season so you won’t have to wait the entire summer to get back on the hill.
Passes are limited and the countdown is on so don’t wait. We did mention there are no blackout dates?