You may or may not have heard about The Mountain Collective Giveaway we launched last Tuesday. If you haven’t, you’re in luck – we’re going to give you five solid reasons to enter for your chance to win the greatest pass in the history of skiing for you and a friend!
5. It’s a little known fact that Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers a variety of terrain for skiers and snowboarders. Whether you’re craving beginner slopes, intermediate groomers or expert terrain, you’ll find trails to meet your skill level. Plus, on an average day, there are only 1,750 skiers skiing on the 2,500 acres at the ski area, offering one of the lowest skier densities of any ski resort in the country.
4. 2013 marks Alta’s 75th anniversary! What better way to wish a fine skiing destination ‘Happy Birthday’ than to enjoy its 2,200 skiable acres, 115+ runs, loads of deep powder and incredible terrain?
3. With over 3,600 skiable acres spread across six impressive mountains, Squaw Valley has over 170 trails for you to explore this season. Need further motivation? They’ve added a new high-speed six-pack lift and enhanced snowmaking for the 2012-13 season, improvements that fall under their five-year Renaissance plan. As for Alpine Meadows? It’s the place to go for excellent, no-frills powder skiing and snowboarding. The best part? Enjoy the open boundary policy and go off-piste.
2. Don’t forget about the four great mountains found at Aspen/Snowmass. Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk offer over 5,300 acres of terrain. Snowmass alone stands tall at 4,406 vertical feet, and enables you to hit its 91 trails with 21 chairlifts. Interested in black diamond runs? Check out Aspen Mountain. Looking for some incredible backcountry skiing or snowboarding? Hit up Aspen Highlands. Interested in terrain parks? Buttermilk’s your place. Whatever your style may be, you’ll find something at Aspen/Snowmass.