Start making your plans for next season now and you can get extra time on the snow. The Rocky Mountain Super Pass 2012-13 is back for another year with unlimited skiing at Winter Park/Mary Jane and Copper Mountain. But if you make the commitment before April 9, you can get six days at Steamboat for free. Usually there is a charge for the extra days at Steamboat. Those six days are unrestricted so you can make your holiday plans to visit Ski Town U.S.A. ® now.
Penn Lukens hits the pipe in the Mavericks Terrain Park at Steamboat. Photo courtesy Larry Pierce/Steamboat Resort.
"Winter Park, Copper Mountain and Steamboat are three globally recognized mountain destinations, reminding us what's best about Colorado skiing and snowboarding," said Rob Perlman with Steamboat. "The Rocky Mountain Super Passes provide unequalled value by bringing these three incredible resorts together on one pass, with no pesky blackout dates, at the lowest price for a multi-resort pass in Colorado."
The cost through April 9 is a $49 deposit with the remainder being billed in September. Existing passholders can renew online and upload their favorite picture.
Another benefit is that each passholder gets 20 Friends and Family discount tickets (10 to be used at Copper and 10 to be used at Winter Park). It also includes some discounts on resort food and beverage, retail, rentals and lessons.
“Copper is thrilled to continue the relationship with Winter Park and Steamboat, because really, the three-mountain Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus is the only pass for Coloradoans looking to escape the crowds,” said Jesse True, with Copper Mountain Resort.
Winter Park is 67 miles from Denver. Copper Mountain is easily accessible from the Front Range, in Summit County. Steamboat is celebrating its 50th anniversary next season.
Kids enjoy the ski and ride school at Winter Park. Photo courtesy Winter Park Resort.
More Information Or call 800-977-SNOW.