Following the snowiest October on record for Breckenridge and Keystone, Vail Resorts are extending the deadline to December 2 to give pass holders more time to lock in their Epic Pass, new Epic Day Pass or any products in the Epic Pass portfolio.
With Beaver Creek opening this past weekend and Crested Butte schedule to open on November 27, the 2019-2020 season is set to a strong start in Colorado.
New this season Vail Resorts launched the Epic Day Pass allowing guests to ski world-class resorts for up to 50 percent off of lift ticket window prices.
For as little as $95 per day of skiing at any of Vail Resorts’ North American resorts, the Epic Day Pass is perfect for skiers and riders who may not need the unlimited skiing offered by traditional season passes but want the same flexibility. You can also lower the cost per day by adding more days.
For guests looking to ski more days in a season, the Epic Pass continues to offer access with unlimited, unrestrivted access to all of the company's owned resorts for $989 with additional partner access at Telluride, Hakuba Valley, Verbier, Courchevel, and the Resorts of the Canadian Rockies.
Also new this season, the Epic Pass also includes partner access to Sun Valley in Idaho, Snowbasin in Utah and Rusutsu Resort in Japan.
For skiers and riders willing to navigate around a few peak dates, the Epic Local Pass offers access to many of the same destinations for only $739, including unlimited, unrestricted access to Breckenridge, Keystone and more, plus ten combined days at Vail, Whistler Blackcomb, and Beaver Creek, with holiday restrictions, and two days each at Snowbasin and Sun Valley.
For more information and to purchase season passes, click here.