Deadline to Purchase a Ski Season Pass for Park City Mountain is Nov. 20

November 18 2016

PARK CITY, Utah — Nov. 2016 – The clock is ticking for Utah skiers and snowboarders to purchase an Epic Local Pass before the Nov. 20 deadline to ski or snowboard at Park City Mountain this winter. The arrival of cold temperatures and fresh snow has brought excitement to hit the slopes and Park City Mountain is targeted to open on Saturday, Nov. 26. With the recent addition of Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia, Canada, all 2016-2017 Epic Local Pass and Epic Pass holders will now receive five complimentary days of skiing and snowboarding at Whistler Blackcomb this winter season.  

The Epic Local Pass pays for itself in just over three visits and provides more than 30 percent savings compared to purchasing lift tickets at a lift ticket window this season. With limited blackout dates, the Epic Local Pass is the best way for Utah skiers and snowboarders to access more than 330 trails and 7,300 acres of terrain at the largest ski resort in the United States.

Visit EpicPass.com to purchase a pass by Sunday, Nov. 20.  

2016-2017 Season Pass Options for Utah Skiers and Snowboarders

  • Epic Local Pass™:For $649, get unlimited, unrestricted skiing or riding at Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin with limited restrictions at Park City Mountain, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood. Also includes a total of 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek with holiday restrictions. Now with five free days at Whistler Blackcomb in 2016-2017 with holiday restrictions. The Epic Local Pass pays for itself in just over three days. A child pass (ages five to 12) is $319.
  • The Epic Pass™: Ski unlimited and unrestricted from opening day to closing day for only $849. The Epic Pass pays for itself in just over four days of skiing or snowboarding. Enjoy full access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado; Park City Mountain in Utah; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood at Lake Tahoe; Perisher in Australia for the 2017 season; Afton Alps in Minnesota; Mt. Brighton in Michigan; and Wilmot Mountain in Wisconsin; and Perisher in Australia for the 2017 season. Also, now with five free days at Whistler Blackcomb in 2016-2017 with holiday restrictions. The Epic Pass grants limited access to Arlberg in Austria, Les 3 Vallées, Paradiski and Tignes-Val D’Isere in France, Skirama Dolomiti in Italy and 4 Vallées in Switzerland. No restricted dates. A child pass (ages five to 12) is $439.
  • Park City 4-Pack: For Utah residents only. The Park City 4-Pack includes a total of 4 restricted days at Park City Mountain for $319.
  • Park City Youth Pass™: Only for Utah resident college students, teens, and children, the Park City Youth Pass features unlimited, unrestricted access to Park City Mountain for $339 for children (ages 5-12), $379 for teens (ages 13-18) and $409 for college students.

The deadline for purchasing this year’s season pass is Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. For further details and additional pass options, such as Epic 7-Day and Epic 4-Day passes, visit EpicPass.com.

About Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN)
Vail Resorts, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is the leading global mountain resort operator. The Company’s subsidiaries operate nine world-class mountain resorts and three urban ski areas, including Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone in Colorado; Park City in Utah; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in the Lake Tahoe area of California and Nevada; Whistler Blackcomb in Canada; Perisher in Australia; Afton Alps in Minnesota, Mt. Brighton in Michigan and Wilmot Mountain in Wisconsin. The Company owns and/or manages a collection of casually elegant hotels under the RockResorts brand, as well as the Grand Teton Lodge Company in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Vail Resorts Development Company is the real estate planning and development subsidiary of Vail Resorts, Inc. Vail Resorts is a publicly held company traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: MTN). The Vail Resorts company website is www.vailresorts.com and consumer website is www.snow.com.

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