The USA ski pass for Aussies for two cents per skiable acre

Heavenly, Tahoe

It is hard to dispute a ski pass that gives the holder unlimited access to 27 662 acres on some of the USA’s best skiing terrain and 10 days access to a further 7121 acres.

That’s what you get with the Epic Australia Pass created just for Australian skiers and boarders wanting to ski the best of the USA and have unlimited access to Perisher as well.

For AU$899 (that’s around two cents per acre) skiers and boarders can access Park City’s 7300 acres (the largest resort in the USA), hit up the historical ski town of Breckenridge and the resort’s powder peaks, check out over three thousand acres at Keystone in Colorado and meander around the blue waters of Lake Tahoe while skiing Kirkwood’s authentic vibe and impressive peaks, Heavenly’s party town and ski runs with lake views and Northstar’s underrated luxury.

Let’s not forget the two big kahunas – Vail and Beaver Creek. Epic Australia pass holders have 10 days skiing at both resorts combined. Choose between the epic (pun intended) back bowls of Vail’s five thousand plus acres and the lush ski in ski out resort of Beaver Creek down the road.

Did we mention Arapahoe Basin? A local’s favourite that packs a big punch for it’s nine hundred and sixty acres.

The best news for those that love skiing at Perisher is that you also get unlimited skiing at the New South Wales resort and the largest in Australia (3076 acres) for the entire 2016 season and then ski the USA in the 2016/2017 season.

That is year round skiing from a mere AU$899 for an adult and AU$599 for a senior and AU$499 for youth.

Want more? Check out the Epic Australia pass website for all details.

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