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Big news: The Mountain Collective Pass for the 2020-2021 season is on sale now!

With the pass, you’ll get 2 days at The Mountain Collective destinations for a total of 44 days. It’s $469 for adults and $99 for kids, making it a great value for skiers and riders who want to get their snow on for 22 resorts around the world.

Why Get a Mountain Collective Pass?

New resort partners (Panorama Mountain Resort, Grand Targhee, Sugarloaf, and Chamonix). The Mountain Collective allows you to chase powder, groomers, or sunshine-filled spring days at world-class resorts. 

To ski these 4 new resorts

Heliskiing at Panorama Mountain Resort / Photo credit: Kyle Hamilton, Heliskiing Canada

Panorama Mountain Resort 

Nestled in southeastern British Columbia, Panorama is known for its wide fall-line cruisers, vast vertical (North America’s top 10), rare lift lines, dramatic vistas and plentiful champagne powder—deep, light and fluffy (it’s hard to explain, which means you’ve got to experience it for yourself!). It’s a true mountain resort and alpine village with a variety of locations to dine, drink and relax. You can even fly to the summit by helicopter for a decadent après fondue dinner, or enjoy traditional Swiss raclette halfway up the slopes, accessed by snowcat limousine as the sun sets. Accommodations range from basic, economic hotel rooms, to spacious two and three bedroom condos and townhomes. And if the ski-in/ski-out location isn’t reason enough to spend the night, all overnight guests receive access to Canada’s largest slopeside hot pools located in the heart of this intimate resort.

Skiing at Grand Targhee / Photo credit: Ryan Zimmer

Grand Targhee

Uncrowded slopes, stunning views of the Tetons, and 500+ inches of annual snowfall make Grand Targhee a must-visit new destination on the Mountain Collective. Grand Targhee is home to Wyoming’s only cat skiing, as well as their slopeside accommodations and laid-back vibe. 

Cat skiing at Sugarloaf / Photo credit: Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf in Maine is the second largest ski destination east of the Mississippi. It boasts New England’s only true cat skiing operation and lift-served above treeline skiing on the East Coast. Sugarloaf hosts numerous events from Reggae Fest to the East Coast Pond Skimming Championships, and is well-known for their spring skiing, which usually extends into May. 

Chamonix / Photo credit: Christophe Henry

Chamonix

Chamonix is now a full partner Mountain Collective destination. Passholders not only receive 2 included days, but also receive 50% off lift tickets after they use their included days. 

For NO blackout dates.

You read that right. Thanksgiving and Black Friday? You’re covered. Day after Christmas? Done. Presidents Day Weekend? No prob. Ski/ride whenever you want!

For extra discounts and mountain days.

With The Mountain Collective pass, you’ll also get 50% off all additional days as well as exclusive lodging deals at the 22 destinations. 

A 3rd bonus day.

Buy during our spring sale, and receive 1 additional free day at the resort of your choice.

To ski or ride these 22 resorts globally

With the Mountain Collective Pass, you can ski/ride any of the below resorts, including some brand new ones:

  • Alta Ski Area
  • Arapahoe Basin
  • Aspen Snowmass
  • Banff Sunshine
  • Big Sky Resort
  • Chamonix (new!)
  • Coronet Peak + The Remarkables
  • Grand Targhee Resort (new!)
  • Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
  • Lake Louise
  • Mammoth Mountain
  • Mt Buller
  • Niseko United
  • Panorama Mountain Resort (new!)
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort
  • Snowbird
  • Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows
  • Sugarbush Resort
  • Sugarloaf (new!)
  • Taos Ski Valley
  • Thredbo Alpine Village
  • Valley Nevada

What are you waiting for? Order your pass today!

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