Imagine skiing Powder Mountain Monday, Alta, Tuesday, Park City Wednesday, Solitude Thursday, Deer Valley Friday, Brighton Saturday, Snowbird Sunday, The Canyons Monday, Beaver Mountain Tuesday, Brian Head Wednesday,Snowbasin Thursday, Sundance Friday, Wolf Creek, Saturday and start all over again on Sunday (if you don't need that day of rest). It's possible if you've got $3,400 laying around.

The Ski Utah Silver Pass which allows the holder to ski for 30 days at each Utah Resort is already sold out. But the transferable Gold Pass is still up for grabs. You, your friends, your business associates and whomever else you share it with will get 50 days at each Utah Resort. It's also good at cross-country ski areas. The 2010-11 Gold Pass is on sale now for $3,400.

Ski Utah capped the number of Silver Passes at 70 but still have some of the 120 Gold Passes for sale. They also added 10 extra days to the Gold for the same price as last year. You will be able to use both passes at ski resorts in the summer of 2011 for chair/tram rides.

"For the first time in as long as I can remember we didn't sell all our Gold passes last year," said Ski Utah's Nathan Rafferty. "We're finding that many people have never even known that something like this is available. At $3,400 they aren't cheap, but if you use them between friends, family, employees and clients - they can actually be a great value. If you can get more than about 50 days on the pass, you'd be saving money."

You'll never without friends with a Gold Pass in your back pocket.

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