Multi-resort passes like the Epic Pass are a great way to ensure you get your ski days in and diversify where you ski while also saving a considerable amount of money. With the addition of multiple resorts to the Epic Pass family in both North America and the Southern Hemisphere during the offseason, including a
The IKON Pass is asking you to “Own The Stoke” this 2021-22 winter once again with its season passes. Here’s how they put it: “Stake your claim to the mountains with pass options that start at just $429 adult. From first turns to last laughs, get it with the IKON Pass.” The IKON pass is offered
You no doubt know about the three most-talked-about passes — The IKON, Epic and Mountain Collective passes. But there’s another choice you will want to check out before you go for one of the Big Three. It might change your mind. It’s the Indy Pass — billed as “the spirit of skiing” — and it’s
The Mountain Collective is, well collectively, a group of 26 U.S. and international ski resorts that make up an “A” list of 23 destinations you’ll want to ski or ride — some with several resorts in one general area. From Sugarloaf, Maine to Mammoth Mountain, California; from Aspen/Snowmass to Jackson Hole; from Sun Peaks, Canada
Leaf-peepers is a friendly name for those of us who get excited about the new ski season as soon as the colors begin to change in the mountains. Foliage colors, reach the mountains near our favorite ski resorts at different times and at different stages. The Gold Standard for fall foliage is New England, with
New lifts, gourmet Colorado sausages for lunch, family-friendly adventure zones, increased parking capacity, more daily flights, and more new features than you can hit with a snowball are on tap for guests during the 2021-22 season. Here’s a sampling of what’s new at Colorado ski resorts this winter; Arapahoe Basin Now that the ski area
A ski resort with terrain for all levels and closeby lodging, lots of apres ski activities and a good ski school make for great vacations on snow.