Grand Targhee and Chamonix join The Mountain Collective pass

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Cat skiing in Grand Targhee. Photo supplied.

Panorama Mountain Resort announced this morning they are joining The Mountain Collective, now Chamonix, Grand Targhee and Sugarloaf are also new to the pass for 2020.

Sugarloaf, Panorama, Grand Targhee and Chamonix joins Alta, Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Snowmass, Banff Sunshine, Big Sky, Coronet Peak – The Remarkables, Jackson Hole, Lake Louise, Mammoth, Mt Buller, Niseko United, Revelstoke, Snowbird, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Sugarbush, Taos, Thredbo and Valle Nevado in the Mountain Collective alliance of the best destinations in the world.

2020-2021 pass holders will receive two days at each of the collective resorts, bringing the total ski days available from full partners to 44 days at 22 properties, along with the flexibility to go wherever the snow is.

“We are excited to bring The Mountain Collective back for the 9th season with the largest number of destinations we have ever assembled,” says Christian Knapp, Chief Marketing Officer, Aspen Skiing Company.

“Although the season pass landscape has changed over the last few seasons, The Mountain Collective continues to represent a list of bucket list resorts at an affordable price point for a discerning group of skiers and riders.”

“Grand Targhee Resort is honored to be one of the newest members of the Mountain Collective and we are thrilled to be associated with all of these incredible resorts. We believe that passholders will really like the Jackson, Grand Targhee, Big Sky road trip. We look forward to sharing deep powder days, incredible guest service, and the Targhee Vibe with the passionate Mountain Collective skiers and riders,” adds Geordie Gillett, General Manager Grand Targhee.

The Mountain Collective is now available for purchase at the lowest rate of the season for a limited time at $469 USD. The Pass includes two days of skiing or riding at each of the 22 partners, 50 percent discount on all additional days with no blackout dates and a third bonus day offer. Pricing for kids aged 12 and under is $99.

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