We get it, your social feeds are flooded with big snow falls in the USA, Canada, Japan and beyond and we know you’re losing work time daydreaming about powder paradise; deep turns, steep turns, face shots and stoke-filled days.
It’s not too late to get your powder fix for less this northern season with the Mountain Collective pass – 17 dream destinations with the cheapest of the international resort passes to be nabbed right now. Ski all the resorts for less than $20 a day.
But where, oh where, shall you start with two free days at 17 world class resorts (think Aspen, Jackson Hole, Niseko and friends) and then 50% off for every day after those two?
Choose your destination below then snap up your pass and send us pics, no, don’t, we’ll just go green.
Enjoy some of the driest and lightest powder in the world at Niseko United with four resorts on the one mountain. Skiers and snowboarders will love the rich variety of terrain, bucket loads of dry powder snow, onsens and sushi.
The Mountain Collective offers six days across three powder destinations. Fly in through Kelowna International Airport and head straight to Revelstoke, which has the highest vertical in North America at a whopping 1700 metres.
Then head to Lake Louise, a breathtaking resort with panoramic views and high-alpine glaciers and the longest ski season in Canada. Check out nearby Banff Sunshine for double-black pitches. Add a whole lot of poutine and Bloody Caesars along the way and you have the ultimate Canadian adventure sorted.
USA: Wild Wild West
Start in Sun Valley, America’s first destination ski resort filled with old Hollywood glamour. Then head to Jackson Hole, famous for delivering 2500 acres of inbound legendary powder snow and backcountry gates to a world of coveted terrain serviced by an authentic cowboy town. And newest to the Collective is Big Sky, with four mountains connected by trails and lifts, giving you the sensation of endless terrain.
USA: The Rockies
The adventure begins at Aspen Snowmass, and 5 500 acres of terrain on four mountains, plus some of the best après to be found anywhere. Literally. Anywhere. To the south, Taos Ski Valley has long been appreciated as an authentic, big mountain experience with just as big boasting rights. From wide-open groomers and powder bowls to tree-lined glades and chutes with spectacular views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range.
USA: West Coast in Cali-forn-aye-ay
Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows in Lake Tahoe offers up diverse terrain choices across two legendary mountains and some of California’s finest powder plus that lake!
Only 290 km away and with an elevation of 3362 metres Mammoth Mountain is California’s highest summit and boasts some of the deepest, high-quality snow in North America along with seriously beautiful views.
But wait, there’s more
Did someone say Thredbo? Utah? Chile? New Zealand? France?
Check out the full list of Mountain Collective™ resorts – Alta, Aspen Snowmass, Banff Sunshine, Big Sky, Coronet Peak/The Remarkables (New Zealand), Jackson Hole, Lake Louise, Mammoth Mountain, Niseko United (Japan), Revelstoke, Snowbasin, Snowbird, Sugarbush, Sun Valley, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Taos, and Thredbo (Australia). Global Affiliate resorts include Chamonix (France) and Valle Nevado (Chile).
Show me the discounts!
For only $469 USD (about $650 AUD) and $99 USD for children, you receive two days at each destination, making that a total of 34 days with no blackout dates – even if you travel over Christmas or New Years.
The best part is that if you want to ski a particular Mountain Collective destination for longer, you receive 50% off all additional days. On top of all this, you receive up to 25% off at some of the best hotels and condos at each destination.