Make your winter plans now for next season by considering the Rocky Mountain Super Pass. It's back for another year, at a price of $409 for adults, with unlimited skiing and riding at Winter Park/Mary Jane and Copper Mountain. Your pass will be upgraded to the Super Pass Plus, which means six days at Steamboat, if you make the commitment before April 10. But you don't have to pay it all at that time. Put $49 down and the rest of the balance will be automatically charged to the same credit card in September.

Each passholder also gets 20 Friends & Family discounted tickets, available anytime during the season. It breaks out to 10 at Winter Park and 10 at Copper. Passholders also get a break on resort food and beverage, retail, rental, and ski and ride lessons. Deals are available at other Intrawest resorts as well.

The good news for passholders is that Copper Mountain is still included, even though no longer owned by Intrawest. "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 the true Colorado powderhounds," said Copper's Jesse True.

Sign up online, at a ticket office, or on the phone. Existing passholders can renew online, and upload your own picture on the pass.

Each resort also offers its own individual pass. A season pass for an adult at Winter Park is $369. A Copper pass is $369. Steamboat's season pass for an adult is $929.

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