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When Vail Mountain’s founders gazed out from the mountaintop in March of 1957, they saw more than beautiful slopes blanketed in snow. They saw deeper, recognizing the opportunity to share their skiing passion with the world.  As veterans of the Second World War and accomplished skiers, both Pete Seibert and Earl Eaton knew how to  Read more ➝

The Epic Pass appreciates its wise and very loyal customers. That is why they are offering six different Senior Passes for the more experienced skiers or riders. And all the passes are at a discounted rate for the seasoned athletes! Here is all the information for each different 65+ Senior Pass: Senior KBA Pass– This  Read more ➝

Are you a college student who loves to ski or snowboard? Or maybe you just want to test the waters and get started in skiing and snowboarding. Are you looking for a season pass that will not break your bank but also get you to the most epic places to ski? Well, then you might  Read more ➝

It is that time of year again. The Epic Pre Season Sale is underway for the 2018-2019 ski season. There is no time to be wasted when you are planning something epic. Get unlimited and unrestricted skiing at Epic’s best resorts. Buy your Epic Pass by April 15th and take 6 different buddies to enjoy  Read more ➝

When the sound of autumn leaves crunching underfoot changes to packed snow, you can’t help but imagine fresh tracks on your favorite mountain. Even if you’re in an area that won’t see storms for weeks (or months), there are reminders that opening days are dropping: sports shop tune-up clinics, local gear swaps, and sweet deals  Read more ➝

This winter, there is no better way to beat the winter blues and absorb some of that valuable–and rare–Vitamin D than on the slopes soaking up the sun and good times.  You’ll also be refining your balance and eating adrenaline while looking out over the majestic white scenery that only winter provides.

The trees budding all across the Front Range in Colorado and Utah, and water sprinklers feverishly spraying golf courses are signs that spring is on us and summer is near. To the dismay of skiers and riders alike, it’s time to say goodbye to the bittersweet 2016-2017 ski season.

Take a trip to any of the Epic partner ski resorts and you will notice a myriad of signs advertising the Epic Mix app — and rightfully so. Arguably the pass holder’s best friend, the app boasts a number of key features that make it invaluable to Epic resort visitors.

It’s no wonder that the Epic Pass provided by Vail Resorts, Inc. is a highly-coveted token for skiers. With the latest additions to Vail’s portfolio of world-class resorts, Epic Pass members can now access more than 32,000 acres of skiable terrain in mountain and urban areas in the U.S, all winter, with no restrictions.

For the skiing or snowboarding enthusiast, there’s nothing better than a pass that allows unlimited skiing and riding at more than one location for the whole season. How cool is it, you ask? It’s Epic! That’s why it’s called the Epic Ski Pass.

Setting the standard for multi-resort passes, the Epic Pass now offers unlimited year-round access to an unprecedented 13 world-class resorts in the U.S. and Australia! With each resort delivering its own unique ski experience and culture, this run-down may help you decide where you’ll be doing most of your epic swooshing this winter.

Vail Resorts, Inc. has outdone itself with the early spring release of their 2016-2017 Epic Pass, on sale now. With a more than a month left in this ski season, this is the earliest sale of the coveted pass to date, offering many enticing benefits to skiers and snowboarders who purchase their passes now.

We know you – you save your vacation days for the first snowfall, and head for the mountains to slash downhill. There’s no better way for you to spend the day. But whether you frequent your favorite ski resort, or prefer a new adventure at each turn, skiing and snowboarding requires an investment in time  Read more ➝

The ski films are out, and you know what that means – ski season is just around the corner! Calgary in Canada closed out their summer with a blanket of snowfall, and early snowmaking has begun at Copper Mountain in Colorado, along with some other resorts across the nation. With El Nino’s rains blessing the  Read more ➝

Mt. Brighton, a Michigan winter ski resort, is already gearing up for the 2015/16 winter season. Located in southeast Michigan, Mt. Brighton has been a landing place for winter sports enthusiasts from the Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing, and other Ohio areas for more than 55 years.