The Mountain Collective Replaces Stowe and Whistler With Sugarbush and Snowbasin

The Mountain Collective Replaces Stowe and Whistler With Sugarbush and Snowbasin

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The Mountain Collective Replaces Stowe and Whistler With Sugarbush and Snowbasin

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Photo (+Cover Photo): Mountain Collective

When it comes to ski industry consolidation in 2017– THE RACE IS ON!

Related: Vail Resorts By The Numbers

Earlier today, The Mountain Collective announced the addition of Snowbasin Resort in Utah and Sugarbush Resort in Vermont bringing the resort’s roster back to a total of 17 separate ski areas. The Vermont and Utah ski areas are the first additions to the Collective since the multi-resort pass lost Whistler Blackcomb and Stowe to Vail Resorts.

While many are going to label this counter action as ‘too little too late,’ the inclusion of these resorts illustrates a longer play to protect the interests of skiers who prefer diversity over conformity.

Mountain Stats: Sugarbush, VT | Snowbasin, UT

By consolidating independent owners under one pass, skiers get a different experience each time while ski area owners can keep their stake in snow business. Win, win.

Mountain Collective Resorts:

  • Alta Ski Area
  • Aspen Snowmass
  • Banff Sunshine
  • Coronet Peak | The Remarkables
  • Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
  • Lake Louise Ski Resort
  • Mammoth Mountain
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort
  • Snowbasin Resort
  • Snowbird
  • Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows
  • Sugarbush Resort
  • Sun Valley
  • Taos Ski Valley
  • Telluride Ski Resort
  • Thredbo Alpine Village

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