It’s not hard to love a pass that gives you access to 17 different destinations across the world, and 36 days worth of skiing (plus a bonus day at the destination of your choice) AND rewards Aussies and Kiwis with discounts just for them.
We’ve got five more reasons why Aussies need to nab themselves a Mountain Collective Pass before May 17 when the price rises.
That’s only nine more sleeps, people.
Cheaper for Aussies
It’s not often that things are cheaper for Aussies than they are for those overseas but this time, it pays off to be from down under. Aussies and New Zealanders can purchase a Mountain Collective Pass for just $449AUD which is significantly cheaper (over $200 cheaper) than the US equivalent. And yes, you still get access to all those incredible North American resorts.
But be quick, this offer finishes on May 17.
Ski Australia for less
Every Aussie loves keeping it local with a domestic trip or two to their favourite resort. With the Mountain Collective pass, you’ll nab two days at Thredbo and two days at Mt Buller. Plus use your BONUS DAY for five days of skiing/riding in Australia for under $90 per day!
You can even add two days combined at Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Mt Hutt in New Zealand to make it seven days for under $65 per day this southern season.
Ski the world’s powder capitals
When it’s time to head overseas, you have two days to use at Niseko in Japan, along with 25 days at the best resorts in Canada and the USA – plus two days in Europe at Chamonix and even two days in South America at Valle Nevado. That’s under $13 a day if you ski or ride every resort. $13 well spent, if you ask us.
FREE stuff (and kid stuff)
Score a bonus day at your resort of choice for a limited time only, when purchasing a Mountain Collective Pass. THEN you’ll also get 50% off every other day that you ski.
But wait, there’s more – like the kids Mountain Collective pass for just US$99. Kids just have to be 12 and under at the time the pass is purchased.
The best resorts, of course.
Want the full list? We knew you would. Here we go.
USA: Alta, Aspen Snowmass, Big Sky, Jackson Hole, Mammoth, Snowbird, Sugarbush, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Taos. CANADA: Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise, Revelstoke
EUROPE: Chamonix JAPAN: Niseko United SOUTH AMERICA: Valle Nevado NEW ZEALAND: Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt, The Remarkables AUSTRALIA: Thredbo, Mt Buller
The full kit and caboodle – all summed up
The 2019/20 Mountain Collective Pass includes 34 days at 17 iconic snow destinations plus a bonus day at the destination of choice (Limited time and two days at Global Affiliate resort Chamonix (France). Add access to 50% off any additional day passes to full member resorts. Unlimited with no blackout period and access to Mountain Collective Kids Pass for only $99 USD.