Get paid to ski the world

18th September 2018, by Abi Butcher

Ski in Vail this winter if you land this dream job with Epic Pass

Ski in Vail this winter if you land this dream job with Epic Pass

Fancy skiing resorts in seven countries across three different continents this winter? Well, if you prove to be the ideal candidate for a new job up for grabs, you could do just that.

Epic Pass, in partnership with, is looking for a skier or snowboarder to report on its new network of resorts, with stops including Whistler Blackcomb and Fernie in Canada; Vail, Park City and Breckenridge in the US; Verbier in Switzerland; Courchevel in France and Hakuba Valley in Japan.

This arduous sounding “job” runs for two months, January and February 2019, when the lucky candidate will be flown around the world on United Airlines to report on the Epic Pass. While there are now 65 destinations included on the pass, the lucky skier or snowboarder will only have to cover 18 on their Epic road trip.

The application process opened on 4 September and runs until 15 October (so you have a couple of weeks) and in addition to skiing these world-class resorts, the lucky skier/snowboarder will be decked out head-to-toe in gear from Helly Hansen, Rossignol and Oakley®; capture enviable content with video equipment from GoPro; have a direct line to custom snow forecasts from OpenSnow. And they’ll also collect a paycheck of US$10,000 (around £7,600 using today’s exchange rate). 

The catch? You need to get their attention with a 60-second application interview, so get those cameras rolling. To find out more about how to apply, visit — and you could get paid to ski the world.

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