We all know that the Mountain Collective pass is an amazing deal for skiers and snowboarders in winter time. The current price of $469 unlocks 2 days of skiing and riding at each of 16 world-class destinations, plus unlimited 50% off day tickets after that. Learn more about how the Mountain Collective could be a game changer for your ski season.

Did you know that the Mountain Collective also unlocks some great deals on summer activities?

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If you are a 2017/18 Mountain Collective passholder. You can take advantage of the following summer discounts at your favorite Mountain Collective resort.

1. Get 50% off 1-Ride scenic gondola rides at Aspen Snowmass.

Enjoy the beauty of Aspen in the summer from the comfort of the Elk Camp and Silver Queen Gondolas at Snowmass and Aspen Mountain.

2. Get 50% off Drop Tower Activity at Jackson Hole.

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PHOTO CREDIT: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

The Flightline by Head Rush Technologies combines the thrill of free-fall while safely controlling your descent. The initial drop is a rapid, stomach-flipping thrill but ends by gently lowering you to the ground.

3. Get 50% off summer sightseeing tickets at Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine.

Experience the beauty of Alberta in the summertime with one of Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine’s various sightseeing packages.

4. Get 50% discount on summer sightseeing at Revelstoke.

Glide through treetops to Revelstoke’s most beautiful breakfast view, overlooking the Columbia River as it winds through the lush valley below the towering Monashee Mountains.

5. Get 50% off an all-day mountain biking or sightseeing gondola ticket at Snowbasin.

10 Summer Mountain Collective Pass Perks You Didn’t Know Existed

PHOTO CREDIT: Snowbasin Resort

Breathtaking views or adrenaline rush? Whichever you choose, Snowbasin has you covered with a gondola ride or a day of downhill mountain biking.

6. Get 50% off discount for both mountain biking and lift rides at Sugarbush.

Glide through the green mountains on a chairlift or barrel down the trails on a mountain bike.

6. Get 50% off on Gondola rides and All-day bike park tickets at Sun Valley.

With nearly 400 miles of singletrack and 30 miles of paved trails. You’ll exhaust yourself before you exhaust your biking options. If you’re looking for something more relaxing, take the Gondola to panoramic views of some of Idaho’s highest peaks and the cool temperatures on top of Sun Valley’s Bald Mountain (9150 ft.) this summer.

7. Get 50% off the Squaw Valley Aerial Tram at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows.

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PHOTO CREDIT: Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows

Sightseers will love the panoramic 10-minute ride that climbs 2,000 vertical feet and soars above the iconic Tram Face. And that’s just the beginning. Once you reach your destination at High Camp, located at 8,200′, breathe in the fresh mountain air and immerse yourself in the High Sierra. High Camp offers dining, shopping, access to hiking & walking trails, roller skating, mid-mountain pool & hot tub and disc golf.

9. Get 50% off scenic lift rides at Taos.

Taos Ski Valley’s easiest and most relaxing way to escape the heat and enjoy the mountain scenery. Take in the spectacular views, blue skies, and clear mountain air while riding the chairlift.

10. Get 50% off mountain bike rentals at Telluride Sports at Telluride.

For those looking to experience the thrill and fun of the trails around Telluride, we have both full-suspension Freeride &  Cross-Country Trail bikes as well as Downhill Bikes packages (including body armor & full-face helmet) for riding laps in the Mountain Village Bike Park.

If you don’t already have a Mountain Collective pass, pick one up today for $469.

If you’re already a current passholder, find out how you can start taking advantage of your summer benefits by visiting our help center.

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