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Welcome to The Mountain Collective.

Have you been dreaming of powdery turns and floating across freshies? Well you’re not alone. If chasing pow and saving money is your thing, then the 2018-19 Mountain Collective Pass is for you.

What’s New About the 2018-19 Mountain Collective?

Glad you asked. Let’s start off with the addition of Big Sky Resort in Montana and Niseko United in Japan. Let’s start with Big Sky — when they say big, they mean it, with 5,800 acres of contiguous skiable terrain and 400 inches of annual snowfall means you’ve got plenty powder runs in your future.

And since this is a collective, we’ve added Niseko United, one of Japan’s premier ski resorts, with over 2,000 acres of skiable terrain. So that means you can cure your travel itch AND play on that world-renowned Ja-Pow. Can’t beat that combo.

But why Mountain Collective?

The lineup of destinations is second to none! You’ll have the ability to ride or ski some of the most iconic resorts across North America. Just take a look at this list of resorts. It’s comparable to an all-star lineup.

You can ride some of the best the west has to offer in Squaw Valley, site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. If you wanted some of that Colorado fluff, you can head out to the place where the beer flows like wine, I’m talking a little place called Aspen. As we mentioned in our skier’s bucket list blog post, you can drop in (or just watch more skilled people) the famous Corbet’s Couloir.

With the flexibility of The Mountain Collective, you aren’t tied to one resort for the entire winter. You want to take a road trip through the Utah trio of Alta, Snowbird and Snowbasin? No problem! Or you can switch it up and head north of the border and take trip through British Columbia and ski some of Canada’s best mountains. (Oh, and be sure to snap a pic at Lake Louise!)

With 55,530 skiable acres, 2,545 trails and a combined annual snowfall of 6,371 inches available across 17 resorts from Australia to Wyoming, you won’t run out of options or new runs to explore. Since flexibility and options are a foundation of The Mountain Collective, we’ve got to say this again and loudly for the people in the back “NO BLACKOUT DAYS.”

No blackout dates with The Mountain Collective means your powder quest can be planned and executed with no restrictions. If you want to get some turns in on Christmas at Sugarbush Resort in Vermont? Lock it in! 

50% Off Additional Days

Like we mentioned earlier, the flexibility to extend trips with 50% off lift tickets for additional days. If you wanted to only visit one resort the entire season, going to one destination for six days or more will typically result in the pass paying for itself. Visit our site to learn more. 

Kids $99 — THE Best Deal for Parents and Ski Families

If you have a child (or children) under the age of 12, you can purchase a Mountain Collective Pass for only $99. You can’t find that kind of value anywhere, no other multi-resort pass offers that kind of value. If you love the snow and want share that passion with your kids, there is no better value than the Mountain Collective. 

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Extra Perks

Every resort that is part of The Mountain Collective has special lodging deals that are exclusively available to collective members. You can learn more about each resort’s individual deals right here. 

With the combination of iconic resorts and marquee destinations (with discounted stays), competitively priced for value, $99 kids passes and no blackout dates, The Mountain Collective Pass is a must-buy.
Enjoy the season!

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