The 5 Best Multi-Resort Passes

The 5 Best Multi-Resort Passes


The 5 Best Multi-Resort Passes



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If traveling to ski is your thing, here are the passes that offer the most mountains at the best value.


Tirol Snow Card- $775

  • 86 Ski Areas included.
  • 4,000 km of skiable terrain
  • 1,133 Lifts

Accessing 86 resorts across Austria, The Tirol Snow Card is a dreamer’s season pass. By offering some of the best terrain and snow in the world under one pass, Austrians get this multi-resort pass concept. Although not all of the resorts included are “world class,” the pass still offers over 4,000km of on-piste skiing, which is almost the same as driving from Chicago to San Francisco… actually it’s further.


Epic Pass- $769

  • 11 Mountains
  • No Blackout Dates

The leader in multi-resort passes, Vail Resorts continues to add resorts that are covered underneath the Epic umbrella. This year, Vail Resorts will add Park City and Canyons in Utah to their already long list that includes Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Afton Alps, and Mt. Brighton (Time to start stringing chairs Dex). In 2016, the Epic Pass will also include Perisher in Australia as well, making the Australian resort the first ski area down-under to partner with Vail Resorts.


Mont Blanc Unlimited Pass- $1815

  • Includes 9 Ski Areas in 3 Countries
  • Discounts on Transportation to Various Ski Areas

And you thought the Jackson Hole season pass was expensive at $1,760? However, with the Mont Blanc Unlimited Pass, pass holders gain access to resorts and ski areas in three countries (France, Switzerland, and Italy). These include but are not limited to such famed locales as the Aiguille du Midi, Les Grand Montets, Courmayeur, and Verbier to name a few. If you have the money, move to the French Alps, buy this pass, and never come back.


Mountain Collective- $389

  • 11 Mountains
  • No Blackout Dates
  • 50% Off Additional Days
  • Up to 25% Off Lodging

The Mountain Collective offers the best resorts in North America… hands down. Along with the original members of the “Collective,” which include Squaw Valley, Jackson Hole, Snowbird/Alta, Aspen Snowmass, and Whistler Blackcomb, the “Collective” is now adding Sun Valley as well as Australian resort Thredbo to their long list of partner ski resorts. Although you only get two days at each resort, the pass offers 50% off any additional days. Also, the pass is not susceptible to blackout dates.


The Max Pass- $699

  • 22 Mountains
  • 5 Days at Each Mountain
  • No Blackout Dates

The M.A.X or Multi-Alpine Experience Pass is the compromise between the Epic and Mountain Collective passes. It offers 5 days of skiing at 22 resorts across North America for a total of 108 days of skiing with no blackout dates. Overall, it offers skiing on both coasts with the highlights being its access to Big Sky, Crystal, Steamboat, Killington, and Sugarloaf.

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