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The Mountain Collective just got higher and deeper.
With the addition of Telluride, Colorado, and Revelstoke, British Columbia, The Mountain Collective 2016-17 ski pass now accesses 14 resorts in four countries.
Telluride is excited to join the pass and expand its access to Colorado's San Juan range, Telluride Resort CEO Bill Jensen said in a statement. “Being a part of The Mountain Collective is an outstanding opportunity for passionate skiers and snowboarders to experience Telluride’s extensive terrain.”
For Telluride, membership in The Mountain Collective builds on exciting news that commercial flights will be returning to the town’s airport for the upcoming winter. Jetsetters will have easy access to the tony town beginning December 19, 2016 with new flights connecting Denver International Airport (DIA) to Telluride Regional Airport (TEX). The route will be offered 10 times a week and will be flown by Great Lakes Airlines for United Airlines.
Meanwhile, up in Interior B.C., Revelstoke is truly stoked to join The Mountain Collective, Vice President of Operations Peter Nielsen said in a statement. “Those who visit us will not be disappointed with our seemingly endless vertical and big mountain skiing.”
Revelstoke rises at the confluence of Canada’s Selkirks and Monashee ranges; the resort rocks the most vertical in North America at 5,620 feet and offers 3,121 acres of inbound terrain and access to over one-half million via cat, heli, and hike.
Hurry up and pick up The Mountain Collective 2016-17 ski pass while it's still priced at $409 USD. The pass includes two days of skiing or riding at each of the fourteen partner destinations (see below) plus a 50 percent discount on all additional days with no blackout dates. Passholders also receive two days at each Global Affiliate Destination: Chamonix, France; Hakuba Valley, Japan; and Valle Nevado, Chile. Additional benefits available to passholders include exclusive lodging deals and a complimentary one-year membership in Protect Our Winters, a rider-led movement uniting the winter sports community on the important issue of climate change.
The Mountain Collective 2016-17
Aspen Snowmass, Colorado
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine Village, Alberta, Canada
Mammoth Mountain, California
Revelstoke Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Ski Queenstown-Coronet Peak-The Remarkables, New Zealand
Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows, California
Stowe Mountain Resort, Vermont
Sun Valley, Idaho
Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico
Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia, Canada