This Colorado Ski Resort Has Skiing's Most Underrated Season Pass

This Colorado Ski Resort Has Skiing's Most Underrated Season Pass


This Colorado Ski Resort Has Skiing's Most Underrated Season Pass


You’ve heard about the Indy Pass, but how about the Ski Coopers season pass? The Colorado ski resort has one of the biggest partner networks of ski resorts in the country. The Storm Skiing Journal did an excellent in-depth piece about Ski Coopers season pass, which I definitely recommend reading in full. Along with an unlimited season pass at Ski Cooper, you get three days each at each of their partner mountains, and four days at Diamond Peak in Nevada. The only resorts that have blackout dates with this pass are Diamond Peak and Brundage Mountain. This week, Ski Cooper sweetened the deal and added Angel Fire to the pass.

Ski Cooper stays under the radar with its towering competitors across Colorado, but its limited crowds and immaculate fall lines make it a great place to make it your home base for a ski season. It features over 470 acres of terrain and has cat-skiing as well.  In 2020, Ski Cooper opened Tennessee Creek Basin, which has the most challenging terrain on the mountain.

The partner list by region is as follows:

West Coast: Powder Mountain in Utah, Eagle Point in Utah, Cherry Peak in Utah, Great Divide in Montana, Snow King in Wyoming, Snowy Ridge in Wyoming, Pebble Creek in Idaho, Soldier Mountain in Idaho, Bogus Basin in Idaho, Brundage in Idaho, Red River in New Mexico, Ski Apache in New Mexico, Angel Fire in New Mexico, Mt. Ashland in Oregon, Diamond Peak in Nevada, Lee Canyon in Nevada, Mt. Baldy in California, Snow Valley in California, and Eaglecrest in Alaska.

Colorado: Loveland, Sunlight Mountain Resort, Powderhorn, and Monarch Mountain.

Midwest: Seven Oaks in Iowa, Buck Hill in Minnesota, Mont de Lac in Minnesota, The Rock Snowpark in Wisconsin, Little Switzerland in Wisconsin, Nordic Mountain in Wisconsin, Crystal Mountain in Michigan, Pine Mountain in Michigan, Big Snow Resorts Blackjack and Indianhead, Powderhorn in Michigan, Marquette Mountain in Michigan, and Mont. Ripley in Michigan.

East: Seven Springs in Pennsylvania, Hidden Valley in Pennsylvania, Laurel Mountain in Pennsylvania, Tussey Mountain in Pennsylvania, Plattekill in New York, Holiday Valley in New York, Green Peak in New York, Whaleback in New Hampshire, Black Mountain in New Hampshire, Dartmouth Skiway in New Hampshire, McIntyre in New Hampshire, Lost Valley in Maine, and Yawgoo Valley in Rhode Island.

Europe: Masella in Spain.

Prices for Ski Coopers pass are $299 for adults, $149 for kids 6-14, and $249/$99 for renewals. You can purchase a Ski Cooper season pass here. Prices increase on August 1’st.

Image Credits:, Ski Cooper

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