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What’s the best value ski season pass deal? IKON Pass($599/$899), Epic Pass($899/$469 children), or Mountain Collective Pass at $489?

THE MOUNTAIN COLLECTIVE PASS 2018-19

17 DREAM SKI RESORT DESTINATIONS. TWO DAYS AT EACH with no blackout dates. That’s a total of 34 lift tickets included with the pass. Unlimited 50% off single day lift tickets after the 2 days of lift tickets per resort, plus exclusive lodging deals at each resort destination.

The pass includes two days of lift tickets at each of the following resorts:

Squaw Alpine (California)
Mammoth Mountain (California)
Alta (Utah)
Snowbasin Resort (Utah)
Snowbird (Utah)
Aspen Snowmass (Colorado)
Taos Ski Valley (New Mexico)
Jackson Hole (Wyoming)
Big Sky Resort (Montana)
Sugarbush Resort (Vermont)
Sun Valley (Idaho)
Revelstoke Mountain Resort (British Columbia)
Banff Sunshine (Alberta)
Lake Louise (Alberta)
Niseko United (Japan) – watch the awesome powder riding video below
Coronet Peak | The Remarkables (New Zealand)
Thredbo (Australia)

$489 while supplies last. Typically, this pass sells out before the beginning of the ski season. Kids 12 and under only $99

How is THE MOUNTAIN COLLECTIVE SKI SEASON PASS a best value deal?

1) Ski or ride four days and the pass will have more than paid for itself; keep in mind a single adult regular lift ticket goes for $129 last season at Squaw Alpine and similar resorts cost just as much. Once you have redeemed four days of lift tickets, you still have 30 more days of skiing at other resorts. The more days you ski and ride, the more value you get from the pass.

2) THE MOUNTAIN COLLECTIVE SKI SEASON PASS gives you the opportunity to ski and discover big name resorts like Alta, Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Snowbasin Resort, Snowbird, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Mammoth Mountain, Niseko United (Japan), Banff Sunshine, Sun Valley Resort and Taos Ski Valley. The pass gives you an excuse to explore new resorts. Take to 2-3 days at one resort, then road-tripping to another as opposed to staying in one place for a week or longer. This pass is your ticket to adventure.

3) If Tahoe area resorts suffer from lack of snow as a result of an el nino season, you can chase powder dumps at your choice of 15 other resorts included in the pass, namely Alta (Utah), Aspen Snowmass (Colorado), Big Sky Resort (Montana), Banff Sunshine (Alberta), Coronet Peak | The Remarkables (New Zealand), Jackson Hole (Wyoming), Lake Louise (Alberta), Mammoth Mountain (California), Niseko United (Japan), Revelstoke Mountain Resort (British Columbia), Snowbasin Resort (Utah), Snowbird (Utah), Sugarbush Resort (Vermont), Sun Valley (Idaho), Taos Ski Valley (New Mexico), and Thredbo (Australia). THE MOUNTAIN COLLECTIVE SKI SEASON PASS lets you go where the powder is.

With the Mountain Collective, it’s possible for passionate skiers and riders to discover thousands of vertical feet and chase ideal winter snow conditions across Alberta, Australia, British Columbia, Japan, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, New Zealand, Utah, Vermont, and Wyoming.

Affiliate Destinations Include: Chamonix (France) and Valle Nevado (Chile). Please note that Mountain Collective Members only receive 2 free lift tickets at the global affiliate destinations. Purchase the pass or for more details.

“The Mountain Collective Pass encourages and allows skiers to plan adventures and explore new areas, to chase snow and to cross off bucket list destinations.”

Consistently on the top ten list of snow destinations: Niseko, Japan

One of the top ski and ride destinations is Niseko United (Japan) where you’ll discover simply some of the driest, lightest powder aka champagne powder in the world. Consistently recording winter seasonal snowfall of 45.9 feet of snow or more, it’s a favorite powder skiing and riding destination.

The ski resort Niseko United – Annapuri/Grand Hirafu/Hanazono/Niseko Village is located on Hokkaido (Japan). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 44.5 km of slopes available. 32 lifts transport skiers and riders to the summit (check out the resort’s trail map). The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 300 and 1,200 m.

Seasonal winds from the Eurasian continent pick up moisture over the warm currents of the Sea of Japan to from snow clouds and in turn some of the driest, lightest powder in the world. With its rich variety of terrain and beautiful winter woods, Niseko offers an unforgettable experience for all levels of skier/snowboarder.

The Niseko United is composed of four resorts on one pass: Annupuri, Niseko Village, Grand Hirafu, and Hanazono. With over 14 meters of powder per year, fantastic lift-accessed backcountry, a short 20-minute hike from the top lift to the 1308m-high peak, and night skiing until 8:30pm throughout the season; Niseko offers the best ski resort experience worldwide. The international nature of the resort means that even English speakers can travel to Japan without any language barrier worries.

Watch the video below to see what riding powder looks like at Niseko United (Japan):


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