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The M.A.X. Pass builds on its innovative ski pass business with the addition of 10 ski resorts for winter 2016-17.

Among the premier North American resorts signing on for the upcoming winter are Crested Butte, Colorado; Alyeska, Alaska; Solitude, Utah; and Okemo, Vermont. In total, The M.A.X. Pass has grown to include 32 partner resorts across North America.

This is M.A.X. Pass's most impressive and diverse partner lineup ever, said Intrawest CEO Tom Marano. “M.A.X. Pass gives skiers and snowboarders unprecedented value and flexibility to go where they want, when they want, throughout the winter season.”

The “Multi-Alpine Experience” pass offers skiers and snowboarders five days at each of the 32 participating resorts with a total of 160 days on the slopes and no blackout dates. Pick it up before October 11 and it will cost $649 for adults, $449 for teens (ages 13-17), $349 for youth (ages 6-12) and $39 for children (5 and under). After October 11 the price for each type of M.A.X. Pass will increase $50.

Where M.A.X. Pass shifts the paradigm is its unique partnership model that allows snow riders to tack a M.A.X. Pass to a season pass at their local participating resort for just $299.

The M.A.X. Pass 2016-17 Partner Resorts

Blue Mountain, Ontario
Killington, Vermont
Loon Mountain, New Hampshire
Mont Tremblant, Quebec
Mount Sunapee, New Hampshire
Mountain Creek, New Jersey
Okemo, Vermont
Pico Mountain, Vermont
Snowshoe, West Virginia
Stratton, Vermont
Sugarloaf, Maine
Sunday River, Maine
Wachusett, Massachusetts
Big Sky, Montana
Brighton, Utah
Copper Mountain, Colorado
Crested Butte, Colorado
Eldora, Colorado
Solitude, Utah
Steamboat, Colorado
Winter Park, Colorado

Boyne Highlands, Michigan
Boyne Mountain, Michigan
Buck Hill, Minnesota

Alyeska, Alaska
Boreal Mountain, California
Cypress Mountain, British Columbia
Crystal Mountain, Washington
Lee Canyon, Nevada
Mountain High, California
Mt. Bachelor, Oregon
The Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington