The Mountain Collective Pass is here for the 2018-2019 season! Priced at $409, The Mountain Collective pass provides not only world-class skiing and snowboarding, if you buy early you will get some extra benefits that are worth your while. So let’s get into it!
So lets run though the deal: 16 destinations and 2 days at each resort for the price of $409. That’s 32 days total of riding. 16 resorts across 3 countries – United States, Canada and Australia.
Not only that, but you can also ride in 11 different states or provinces – Alberta, Australia, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, New Zealand, Utah, Vermont, and Wyoming. Get ready to check them off your bucket list! Full details on the 2018-2019 Mountain Collective Pass can be found here.
1. Big Sky Resort added in Montana
We’ve added Big Sky in Montana for the 2017-18 season, and they aren’t lying. Big Sky is exactly that — BIG. With 5,800 acres of contiguous skiable terrain and 400 inches of annual snowfall you’ve got plenty powder runs in your future.
2. $1 pass for kids 12 & under
Kids under 12 get a season pass for $1. One. Dollar. That’s a ton of value for all the ski families. You’ve got to get the little rippers started off young and there’s no better deal than a season pass for $1.
3. Bonus Third Day at the Destination of Your Choice
Bonus third day at the destination of your choice for early purchasers — Want to extend your trip another day? It’s all good. As an early purchaser, you’ll get one bonus day at any resort you like! If the weather is telling you not to leave because a pow day is coming, then you have the choice to extend your trip. But choose wisely, as you only get one! It’s basically adding a third of the value to the price you pay.
4. 50% off All Additional Days
On top of an additional 3rd day at the mountain of your choice, you also get 50% off all additional days at The Collective destinations. Sometimes, the snow is so good that you don’t want to leave. Now, with 50% off additional days you aren’t limited to a resort for only two days — you can purchase a half-price lift ticket and keep riding the pow.
5. No Blackout Dates.
No blackout dates. None. At any resort. So you can ski/shred anytime you want! Want to ride on Christmas? Have at it! Ringing in the New Year on the slopes? No problem. When we say no blackout days — we mean it. You won’t find this with most other passes!
We couldn’t just stop at 16 resorts, this is The Collective after all. As a huge bonus to all passholders, the Mountain Collective has upped the ante. Each passholder will receive 2 days each at Valle Nevado in Chile, Chamonix in France, and Niseko United in Japan. Now you can ride on five of the seven continents! (That’s North America, South America, Australia, Europe and Asia)