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Gearing up for a big ski season? If you plan on hitting the slopes often or plan on checking out more than one resort, it might pay off to get a season pass. Here are some of the best multi-resort passes available this year, but hurry—some of them won’t be available for much longer.

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Solitude, Utah

Solitude, Utah

Mountain Collective

Get two days each at more than a dozen top resorts for just $409 ($99 for kids aged 12 and under) when you pony up for the Mountain Collective pass. Partner destinations include Alta/Snowbird, Aspen/Snowmass, Telluride, Jackson Hole, Mammoth Mountain, Taos, Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows, Stowe Mountain Resort and Sun Valley in the USA; Whistler Blackcomb, Revelstoke and Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine in Canada. International partners include Ski Queenstown-Coronet Peak-The Remarkables (New Zealand), Chamonix (France), Hakuba Valley (Japan) and Valle Nevado (Chile).

MAX Pass

With the MAX Pass, you get five days at each of 32 mountains which participate in this pass, including Alyeska, Alaska; Crested Butte, Steamboat, Winter Park and Copper Mountain in Colorado; Brighton and Solitide in Utah; Boyne Mountain and Boyne Highlands in Michigan, and Tremblant in Quebec, Canada. The pass is $649, with no blackout days.

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EPIC Pass

Vail Resorts owns and operates more ski/snowboard destinations in the US than any other company, and also offers multiple choices for money-saving passes. These choices are the most popular, and pay for themselves in a few days:

EPIC Local Pass gets you unlimited skiing or riding with no blackout dates at Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado and at Vail’s resorts in the Midwest, plus ten days total at Vail and Beaver Creek and five more at Whistler Blackcomb, for $649 ($509 for teens ages 13-18 and $339 for kids 5-12).

Standard 4-day and 7-day passes are best for that one-week vacation all season, at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado; Park City in Utah; and Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in California. Plus, you get four or seven bonus days at resorts in Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. Epic 4-Day is $439 ($239 kids ages 5-12) and Epic 7-Day is $649 ($339 kids ages 5-12).

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Ski Utah Yeti Pass

Ski at all 14 resorts in Utah for $649 with this special pass. It’s one day each at each resort, but even if you limit yourself to the seven resorts within one hour of the Salt Lake City airport, you’re still saving money.

Tahoe Super 4

Get any four days this season at Tahoe‘s Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadows for less than $83 a day. Four-packs are limited to one purchase per person per season, for $329 ($299 teens 13-18, $219 kids 5-12, and $299 seniors 65+)

 

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Evelyn Kanter

Evelyn Kanter

Evelyn is an NYC-based travel writer who would rather ride a chairlift, river raft or zipline than the subway. She's a regular contributor to major publications, including airline inflights, and has written more than a dozen travel guidebooks. Evelyn's website is www.ecoxplorer.com
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