Sponsored by The Mountain Collective
Most skiers are familiar with the major ski passes that provide skiing and riding at their favorite ski resorts all season long. However, skiers may not be as familiar with one of the first multi-resort passes, The Mountain Collective. As The Mountain Collective describes it, this is more than a pass, but rather your passport to ski the world.
Overview of The Mountain Collective
The Mountain Collective truthfully is quite a bit different than your typical ski pass. In fact, with access to 2 days at 24 dream destinations around the world with no blackout dates, it’s more like a passport rather than just a ski pass. Do you think you might need more than two days at any one of the incredible destinations? No problem, you have the option to pick up unlimited additional days for 50% off the window price. Bonus: Purchase during the spring sale and enjoy a third bonus day.
Did we mention that these are dream destinations? Think Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Snowbird, Big Sky, Banff, and Chamonix, to name a few. The Mountain Collective has another major perk: The Mountain Collective pass features exclusive lodging deals at iconic hotels, from the famous Sun Valley Lodge to the new Blake at Taos Ski Valley to the Heritage in Queenstown with its awe-inspiring views.
The Mountain Collective is an ideal traveler’s pass since it makes it easy for passholders to group enticing multi-day ski vacations into what’s called Collective Treks. The Order of the Wasatch Wonders trek, for example, features three ski resorts, Alta, Snowbird and Snowbasin, all of which are less than an hour from Salt Lake City International Airport. For Canada, there’s The Order of the True North trek, in which travelers can ski Marmot Basin, Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise, Panorama, Sun Peaks, and Revelstoke all in one unforgettable Canadian ski safari. Take one Collective Trek trip like this and you’ve paid for your pass for a full season.
The Mountain Collective Ski Resorts
In addition to the above Canadian destinations, The Mountain Collective also includes Le Massif de Charlevoix in Quebec. Its U.S. destinations include Alta, Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Snowmass, Big Sky, Grand Targhee, Jackson Hole, Snowbasin, Snowbird, Sugar Bowl, Sugarloaf, Sun Valley, and Taos. Internationally, there’s Chamonix in France, Mt. Buller in Australia, Coronet Peak and The Remarkables in New Zealand, Valle Nevado in Chile, and Niseko United in Japan.
How much does The Mountain Collective cost?
The Mountain Collective is a pass for anyone and everyone, with passes available for children, teens, and adults. Pass prices are as follows:
- Adults 19+: $600 USD
- Teens 13-18: $480 USD
- Children 12 and under: $175 USD
And new for the 2023-2024 season, The Mountain Collective will provide direct to lift access at most US and Canadian resorts. No more waiting in line at the ticket office. Upload a photo, sign the online waiver and your pass will be mailed directly to your door. When you show up at your favorite resort, just hop right on the lift and start your day. What could be easier than that? For answers to more of your questions, head to The Mountain Collective’s FAQs. Purchase your Mountain Collective pass at mountaincollective.com.