Which ski pass has the largest ski resort in North America, the highest vertical in North America and the longest ski run in Australia?

The Mountain Collective is The only pass that offers 34 days of skiing and snowboarding at 17 iconic ski destinations in 2016/2017 including Whistler, Thredbo, Jackson Hole and Aspen.

Then, just when you thought it couldn’t get better, The Mountain Collective ski pass has added two new mammoth resorts and gone back on sale.


The steeps and deeps of both Telluride in Colorado and Revelstoke in Canada have been added to the twelve existing resorts and the three affiliate resorts on The Mountain Collective to create one of the best value for money passes going in the ski industry right now.

This is the only pass that includes the largest ski resort in North America (Whistler), the most vertical in North America (Revelstoke) and the longest ski run in Australasia (Thredbo’s 5.9km Supertrail).

Boasting rights are assured for adventure travellers wanting a taste of some seriously impressive terrain from Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Whistler Blackcomb, Revelstoke, Telluride, Alta & Snowbird, Lake Louise & Sunshine Village, Mammoth Mountain, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Sun Valley, Stowe, Taos in the Northern Hemisphere and Thredbo and Coronet Peak/The Remarkables/Mt Hutt in the Southern Hemisphere.

The pass offers two days at each of the seventeen resorts with no black out dates. Skiers and boarders wanting to stay longer at any partner resort then pay 50% of the lift pass price for extra days (this is not offered at affiliate resorts, see below).

But wait there’s more! Three affiliate resorts (Chamonix, Valle Nevada and Hakuba Valley)also offer two days at each on the Mountain Collective pass.

All this for US$409 and US$99 for kids twelve and under plus a complimentary one year Protect Our Winters membership and up to 25% off lodging at Mountain Collective destinations.

Where do you sign up? Here.


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