The Mountain Collective is announcing the addition of Sun Peaks Resort in British Columbia, Canada to its premier roster of ski destinations across the globe. Sun Peaks marks the latest resort partner for Mountain Collective’s 2020-2021 season pass, along with the recent additions of Sugarloaf, Maine; Panorama, British Columbia; Grand Targhee, Wyoming and the Chamonix region of France announced earlier this spring; bringing the total number of resorts on the Mountain Collective pass to 23.
“As the second largest ski area in Canada and seventh largest in North America, Sun Peaks is thrilled to be connecting with this industry-leading collection of destinations. The value and opportunity for guests from around the world to experience so many incredible places together on one pass is amazing,” says Aidan Kelly, Chief Marketing Officer, Sun Peaks Resort.
The Mountain Collective pass includes two days of skiing or riding at each of the 23 partners, 50 percent discount on all additional days with no blackout dates, and a third bonus day offer. 2020-2021 passholders will receive two days at each of the collective resorts, bringing the total ski days available from full partners to 46 days at 23 properties.
In addition, this new partnership also brings significant benefit for all local Sun Peaks season passholders. “Our own passholders will receive 50% off lift tickets purchased at Mountain Collective resorts. This creates a tremendous value-add with half price skiing at key Western Canada destinations such as Revelstoke, Panorama, Banff Sunshine, and Lake Louise, along with numerous other top resorts throughout North America and around the globe,” says Kelly. Full information on the Sun Peaks Resort winter season pass program will be released soon.
The Mountain Collective pass is now available at the lowest rate of the season for a limited time at $640 CDN for adults and $135 CDN for kids . Additionally, a $50 USD renewal credit for 2019-2020 passholders will remain in place through early August.