Ski seven top US resorts on one pass

13th March 2013, by Abi Butcher

Aspen  is one of six resorts covered by the Mountain Collective pass

Aspen is one of six resorts covered by the Mountain Collective pass

Three major North American ski resorts have been added to the Mountain Collective pass for next season.

Mammoth Mountain in California, Snowbird in Utah and Whistler Blackcomb in Canada have joined Alta in Utah, Aspen/Snowmass in Colorado and Jackson Hole in Wyoming for the pass that offers two days’ skiing in each resort. The Mountain Collective pass also offers 50 per cent any extra days, plus up to 25 per cent discount on selected accommodation.

If you ski a lot to the states, it will represent good value. The Mountain Collective 2013-14 pass costs $349 per adult (£233 using today’s exchange rate of £1= US$1.49) or $229 per child (£152). In Whistler, a two-day adult day ticket costs CAN$204 (£132 using today’s exchange rate of £1 = CAN$1.54) and a two-day ticket to Aspen is US$207 (£138).

The Mountain Collective pass launched last year for the 2012-13 season, teaming up with Alta, Aspen/Snowmass and Jackson Hole. With the addition of the Mammoth, Whistler and Snowbird, the pass offers access to 30,000 acres over 12 mountains — just a pity for UK visitors that they are spread quite far apart!

No dates are prohibited on the pass, but only a limited number of tickets are on sale for next season. The pass is non-transferable to another skier.

“Adding these three world-class mountains makes this the ultimate dream pass,” said Christian Knapp, vice president of marketing for Aspen Skiing Co.

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