Three of Colorado’s biggest and most-popular mountains have joined forces to get you to visit this winter. A new pass called the Colorado Triple Play is being offered and it gets you two days of skiing and riding at Aspen/Snowmass, Steamboat and Winter Park resorts this season.
“Another La Niña snow year is in the works, and now, guests have a fantastic opportunity to experience these genuine Colorado communities and their legendary skiing heritage on one incredible ticket,” Steamboat's Rob Perlman said. “If you want the ultimate winter experience, then the Colorado Triple Play is your ticket to ride the best of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.”
The pass costs $299 for adults 13 and over and $249 for kids 12 and under, while supplies last.
“The Colorado Triple Play ensures even the littlest powderhounds can enjoy the slopes, making for the ideal adventure across three of Colorado’s premier family resorts,” Winter Park’s President Gary DeFrange said.
A few benefits include the fact that Aspen owns Snowmass, Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands, too. If you combine all of the resorts on the deal, you’ll find more than 10,000 acres, 70 lifts, 13 terrain parks and almost 15,000 vertical feet.
Check out the restrictions as you should with any special offer pass. This one has a blackout period of Dec. 27-31 which means you can’t use it over the peak holiday season. You have to buy the pass seven days in advance of the first day that you use it. You have to buy it online or at participating Front Range Christy Sports stores. And it is non-transferrable which means you can’t share it with your buddy, roommate, spouse, brother or dog. You can get arrested.
Winter Park opens for the season on Nov. 16, Steamboat opens Nov. 23, and Aspen/Snowmass opens Nov. 24.