Just announced… 

(August 1, 2013) – Alta Ski Area, Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort are pleased to announce that qualifying 2013-14 season passholders at any one resort will receive three free days of lift access at each of the other three mountains in 2013-14.

This lift ticket benefit will be honored seven days a week, including weekends, throughout the season – with holiday blackout dates applying December 21, 2013 – January 5, 2014 and February 15 – 17, 2014.

Eligibility requirements for the ticket benefit are particular to each resort.

“As another step in adding value and variety for our Alta skiers, we think it is great to be able to add days of skiing at three of our fine neighboring resorts – Snowbird, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort,” commented Alta Ski Area’s President and General Manager, Onno Wieringa.

“Deer Valley is so appreciative of the support from our season passholders year after year. This partnership will provide a great opportunity to thank our loyal guests and allow them more flexibility to experience the Greatest Snow on Earth®,” said Deer Valley Resort President and General Manager Bob Wheaton.

“This winter marks our 50th anniversary season, and I can’t think of a better gift to our qualifying season passholders than the opportunity to enjoy three of North America’s other iconic resorts – both right in their own backyard,” said Jenni Smith, President and General Manager of Park City Mountain Resort.

“Snowbird is proud to partner with three legendary Wasatch Mountain resorts to offer our qualifying season passholders an even better value with their pass purchases this coming winter,” said Snowbird President Bob Bonar. “With two new high speed chairlifts in two years, an increased focus on the guest experience, and this new, exciting partnership with Park City, Deer Valley and Alta Resorts, we are very excited about the coming winter in Little Cottonwood Canyon, and we hope you are too!”

Weekend access and lift privileges at four of North America’s premier resorts, all within driving distance of each other, distinguish this benefit from the snow industry’s multi-resort ticket packages and make it the Wasatch’s most exciting lift ticket benefit in 2013-14. For more information, including eligibility requirements, visit: alta.com/pages/passes.php,deervalley.comparkcitymountain.com/pass, and snowbird.com/seasonpass.

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  1. rashboy says:

    Well thats nice of them.

  2. ted says:

    damn, more than a grand already? shit

  3. Utahrd says:

    T-minus 2 years and counting ’til we have a UT epic pass.

  4. rosa parks says:

    Too bad it’s segregated and not everyone can ride the bus. Snowbird and Park City should be boycotting Deer Valley and Alta for their prejudice and racist policies towards snowboarders, and make a statement, it is almost the 2013-14 season. Let my people ride, solidarity. Maybe the Bird could do some thing for the oppressed ?

    • Anonymous says:

      Not being able to ride your snowboard isn’t even close to the discrimination that blacks faced. -_-

    • Anonymous says:

      Racist? I didn’t know snowboarders were a race, but let’s hope they’re not, for the sake of evolution.

  5. altards says:

    Queer Valley Altas for Racists United we Slide? Recoupe some pass cheese Slang that Shit

  6. altards says:

    Queer Valley Altas for Racists United we Slide? Recoup some pass cheese Slang that Shit


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