Last year Salt Lake Magazine named The Mountain Collective Pass “The Best Way to Ski Lots of Resorts Without Being an Oil Baron”. This year the pass is even an even better deal for skiers and riders in the Beehive State. Snowbasin Resort has been added to the pass giving passholders up to 7 days of skiing or riding at Alta, Snowbird, and Snowasin.

What is the Mountain Collective Pass?

The Mountain Collective Pass is a multi resort ski pass that gives skiers and riders access to 16 world class destinations. Passholders receive 2 free days at each destination and 50% off every day after that. Passes are currently $449 for adults and $99 for kids 12 and under, but these prices won’t last long. The price increases after a set number of passes are sold. Purchase your pass today to receive a third bonus day at the destination of your choice.

Save Big In Utah With The Mountain Collective Pass

PHOTO CREDIT: Snowbasin Resort / The Mountain Collective

What makes the Mountain Collective Pass so great in Utah?

Until this year, Mountain Collective has treated Alta and Snowbird as one destination. Alta and Snowbird are now treated as two different destinations, giving passholders 4 days in Little Cottonwood Canyon. To make the deal even sweeter, Snowbasin has been added to the pass for 2017/18. This all adds up to six days of skiing and riding on legendary Utah powder. If you purchase your pass now you can even get a bonus day in Utah (or at any other destination). Please note: Alta is a skier only mountain, snowboarders cannot take advantage of Mountain Collective benefits there.

Save Big In Utah With The Mountain Collective Pass

PHOTO CREDIT: Snowbird / The Mountain Collective

Mountain Collective Pass vs. A Season Pass

The Mountain Collective Pass is a great season pass replacement for casual Utah skiers. Let’s assume that you ski (so you can take advantage of the days at Alta), you purchase a pass soon (to get a bonus day), and you choose Snowbird as your bonus destination. This gives you 7 days to ski between Alta, Snowbird, and Snowbasin. After that, you can keep skiing at those resorts for 50% off. An additional 2 days at each destination will cost $281. In total, 13 days in Utah on your Mountain Collective Pass costs $730. Last year, season passes cost $999 at Alta or Snowbird and $769 at Snowbasin. A Mountain Collective Pass could save up to $269 over the cost of a traditional season pass, plus you have the freedom explore all 16 of the destinations.

13 Days of Skiing In Utah:

 Mountain Collective

 Traditional Season Pass


 $769 – $999

What if I don’t live in Utah?

The Mountain Collective Pass is great for vacations to Utah. Seven days of lift access in Utah with a the pass is fixed at $449 — that’s a $265 savings over traditional lift tickets. Most major US airports have direct flights to Salt Lake City, and you can take advantage of exclusive Mountain Collective lodging deals at the resorts. If you would prefer a more metropolitan experience, there are unlimited lodging options in Salt Lake city.

7 Days Of Skiing In Utah:

Mountain Collective

 Traditional Lift Tickets


up to $714

Whether you live in Utah, or you are just visiting, the Mountain Collective Pass can save you hundreds on your skiing and riding there.

Purchase My Mountain Collective Pass Today

Save Big In Utah With The Mountain Collective Pass

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