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Sunshine and powder at Steamboat in Colorado.

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The biggest multi-resort season pass for 2017/2018 just got bigger. The MAX Pass bumped up access for next winter to 44 mountains across the U.S. and Canada.

A season pass for travelers, the new resorts added to the 2017/2018 pass include Windham, Belleayre, Gore, Whiteface, Lutsen and Granite Peak. The M.A.X. pass is now available for just $629. This low rate is only offered through May 1, 2017.  

The M.A.X. Pass also has a second advantage for travelers. Its lack of blackout dates lets passholders use it during holidays and peak travel times. You can hit the lifts any day of the season, from first chair of fall openings to last chair at spring closings. If you schedule trips right, you can be skiing from November through May at Mt. Bachelor or Killington.

Cutting the corduroy at Sunday River in Maine. - ©Sunday River

Cutting the corduroy at Sunday River in Maine.

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Adults who have a qualifying season pass at one of the resorts in the program can buy the M.A.X. add-on version for $329. Teen, youth and child rates are available for both versions of the M.A.X. Pass.

West Coast

Alaska: Alyeska

Washington: Crystal Mountain, Stevens Pass and The Summit at Snoqualmie

Oregon: Mt. Bachelor

California: Boreal and Mountain High

Nevada: Lee Canyon 

Rocky Mountains

Montana: Big Sky

Utah: Brighton and Solitude

Colorado: Copper, Steamboat, Crested Butte, Winter Park, Eldora

Midwest

Michigan: Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain 

Minnesota: Lutsen and Buck Hill

Wisconsin: Granite Peak

East

Maine: Sunday River and Sugarloaf

Vermont: Killington, Pico Mountain, Okemo and Stratton

New Hampshire: Loon Mountain and Mount Sunapee

Massachusetts: Wachusett

West Virginia: Snowshoe

New Jersey: Mountain Creek

New York: Windham Mountain, Belleayre, Gore, Whiteface

Canada 

BC / Alberta: Cypress Mountain, Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse, Kimberly Alpine Resort, Nakiska

Ontario: Blue Mountain

Quebec: Mont Tremblant, Mont Sainte-Anne, Stoneham

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