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MOUNTAIN COLLECTIVE PASS GUIDE

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The Mountain Collective Unpacked

The Mountain Collective provides 2-day access to 22 resorts with no blackouts 

Best for

  • Skiing or snowboarding at more than one premier destination resort and spending 4 or more days on the slopes - this pass is the ultimate for flexibility and value

  • 3 day weekends, especially the holiday weekends. Pass holders receive 50% off on lift tickets after the first two days with no holiday restrictions

    • When purchased early (while supplies last, for the 19-20 season deadline was May 17), this pass includes 1 bonus day at the resort of your choice

  • Skiing all year around. Four of the resorts are in the Southern Hemisphere

RESORT ACCESS BY REGION

  • 2 day at each of 22 resorts including 17 in North America and 6 more across Australia, Chile, New Zealand, France and Japan

Colorado Rockies

Aspen Snowmass, Arapahoe Basin

Northeast

Sugarbush, Sugarloaf

Pacific Northwest

Revelstoke, Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise, Panorama Mountain, Sun Peaks

Other Rockies (ID, NM, MO)

Sun Valley, Big Sky, Taos

Utah Wasatch

Alta, Snowbird, Snowbasin

Wyoming

Grand Targhee, Jackson Hole

Pricing Guide

 

Mountain Collective  

Adult            $589      (19+)

Teen               489  (13 -18)

Child             169    (0 - 12)

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New for the 2022-23 Season
  • Sun Valley, ID and Snowbasin have returned to the Mountain Collective. Palisades Tahoe, Mammoth Mountain and Sugarbush are leaving the Mountain Collective (and now only part of Ikon Pass). 
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Value Proposition
Jetsetters, especially those going at peak times, will break even quickly. Anyone planning to ski or snowboard for 4 days or more at least two of these resorts will do well. Be careful if you plan to spend more than ~4 days at a single resort.