This past Winter, many of you lived out your dreams of skiing and riding at four legendary resorts on one badass pass with The Mountain Collective: Alta, Aspen/Snowmass, Jackson Hole and Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows.  You might’ve skied the Baldy Chutes at Alta.  Or maybe you’ve explored Burnt Mountain for the first time at Aspen/Snowmass.  Perhaps you’ve hit up Casper Bowl at Jackson. You might even be taking some laps off the KT-22 at Squaw Valley for some incredible Spring skiing as we speak. Crossing any of these resorts off of your bucket list is something to be proud of, and the fact that so many of you hit two, three, and even all four in one season makes us smile here. It’s awesome.

Speaking of which… you know what’s also pretty awesome? Taking that wicked cool pass and adding Mammoth, Snowbird, and Whistler Blackcomb to the mix. That’s what we are announcing today. And we couldn’t be more stoked except for the fact that we’ve got one more bombshell. In addition to Alta, Aspen/Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Mammoth, Snowbird,  Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows, and Whistler Blackcomb all partnering together on one pass to rule the world (reread that just for the novelty factor of seeing these titans together in one sentence) The Mountain Collective Pass for the 2013/14 season is going on sale today for only $349.

The Mountain Collective 2013
For $349 you’ll get 12 days on the slopes at these legendary resorts.  You’ll receive 50% off the walk-up window rate for any additional days at these resorts for the entire 2013-2014 season… with no blackout dates.  You’ll even be able to save up to 25% on lodging.

You can choose where and how you’d like to spend your time to make the Pass worthwhile. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can hit up all of the resorts, similar to what NY Times writer and skier Michael Ames and his friend Michael Sesko did for The Mountain Collective Chronicles.  They lived out bits and pieces of “that old Dream,” they said, “the one where we all go live in ski towns and get jobs and dogs and have kids who grow up to become Bode Miller.”  They drove from resort to resort, skiing, mingling and taking shot-skis with the locals at Aspen, Jackson, Alta & Squaw. However, if you’d rather spend your time exploring just one of these world class resorts, you can do that, too. For those of you not currently next to a TI-82, if you ski or ride 6+ days it’s a great value. Visit 2 resorts and the pass pays for itself after just 4 days.

And regarding the $349 price point. That’s the same price it was initially sold for last season, even with the three additional monster resorts on board this time around. Pretty cool, right? Here’s the one catch (you knew it was coming) – quantities are extremely limited, and you’ll only be able to snag your Mountain Collective Pass at this sweet price for a limited time.

Photo Credit: Aspen/Snowmass

Photo Credit: Aspen/Snowmass

Questions? Get the full scoop on our website, or give us a call at 1-800-705-6286.  Excited?  We don’t blame you! Spread the word (after your secure your own Pass, of course!) and let us know how you’re feeling in the comments below!

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