There are more ski pass options than ever before. Welcome to the new age of flexible, perk-filled passes. This collection of season passes not only grants you skiing and riding access to Utah's resorts but skiing privileges across the country as well.
Everybody is talking about the 3 collective passes this year, Ikon Pass, Epic Pass, and Mountain Collective. We've put together an helpful comparitive on what each pass offers you in Utah.
Ikon Pass ($899) - Alterra Mountain Company Resorts owns and operates 12 ski resorts throughout North America. The Ikon Pass provides you Utah lovers with 7 days at Deer Valley, 7 shared days at Alta or Snowbird along with access to 24 other iconic destinations in North America of which 12 of those destinations are unlimited days. For a more affordable option, choose the Ikon Base Pass.
Epic Pass ($899) - Vail Resorts owns and operates 15 ski resorts throughout the world and this pass offers unrestricted access to all of them—including Utah’s Park City. For even more affordable rates with a few restrictions, there is the Epic Local Pass, Epic 7-Day Pass, and the Park City Youth Pass.
Mountain Collective Pass ($469) - This pass offers you two days at each of The Collective destinations for a total of 16 unrestricted days at some of the best resorts in the world, including Utah’s Alta, Snowbird, and Snowbasin. It also includes up to 35 percent off lodging and 50 percent off additional tickets.
Ski Utah Yeti Pass ($649) - This pass is valid for one day of skiing at each of Utah’s 14 ski resorts. That’s just $46 per day. A perfect pass for parents with kids rocking the Ski Utah Passport.
Ski City Super Pass - Looking for flexibility? The Ski City Super Pass allows unrestricted skiing at Alta, Snowbird, Brighton or Solitude. The pass can be purchased anywhere for a range of three to 10 days of skiing. The more days you purchase, the more you save. The 3-day pass will save you $50 compared to ticket window prices.
Ski Utah Passport ($35) - This is the pass of all passes for any 5th or 6th Grader in the world. The Passport offers 5th Graders three days of skiing and 6th graders one day of skiing to shred all 14 Utah resorts.
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