The Mountain Collective will include 22 destinations for the 2020-21 season with the addition of Panorama, B.C.; Sugarloaf, Maine; Grand Targhee, Wyo., and the Chamonix region of France.
“We are excited to bring The Mountain Collective back for the ninth season with the largest number of destinations we have ever assembled,” said Aspen Skiing Company chief marketing officer Christian Knapp. “Although the season pass landscape has changed over the last few seasons, The Mountain Collective continues to represent a list of bucket list resorts at an affordable price point for a discerning group of skiers and riders.”
Mountain Collective passholders get two days access to each of the 22 destinations included on the pass (44 days), and 50 percent off all additional days, with no blackouts. The four additions join Alta, Utah; Arapahoe Basin, Colo.; Aspen Snowmass, Colo.; Banff Sunshine, Alberta; Big Sky, Mont.; Coronet Peak – The Remarkables, New Zealand; Jackson Hole, Wyo.; Lake Louise, Alberta; Mammoth, Calif.; Mt. Buller, Australia; Niseko United, Japan; Revelstoke, B.C.; Snowbird, Utah; Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Calif.; Sugarbush, Vt.; Taos, N.M.; Thredbo, Australia; and Valle Nevado, Chile, in the Mountain Collective alliance.
The Mountain Collective is now available for purchase at the lowest rate of the season for a limited time at $469. Pricing for kids age 12 and under is $99. Passes go on sale today here.
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