Mountain Collective Kicks Off 10th Anniversary Season

The Mountain Collective is back for its 10th anniversary season.  As in previous years, the 2021-2022 winter season offers passholders more than a lift ticket, but a travel companion to visit a bucket list of dream destinations offering two days of riding at each resort. After a unique travel season last year which saw many skiers and riders stick close to home, snow enthusiasts are looking to hit the road hard this season and Mountain Collective is here to provide access to 46 days of skiing at 23 world renowned ski destinations plus 50% off all additional days at each resort.

Destinations on the Mountain Collective pass include the best of North America and the World: Arapahoe Basin, and Aspen Snowmass in Colorado; Taos, New Mexico; Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee, Wyoming; Big Sky, Montana; Alta and Snowbird, Utah; Mammoth and Palisades Tahoe (formally Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows), California; Banff Sunshine and Lake Louise, Alberta; Revelstoke, Panorama and Sun Peaks, British Columbia; Sugarbush, Vermont; and Sugarloaf, Maine.  Additional international resort partners include Coronet Peak – The Remarkables, New Zealand, Mt Buller and Thredbo, Australia; Niseko United, Japan; and Chamonix, France.

Once again this season, Mountain Collective is providing ‘Collective Treks’ for passholders to reference when planning their travel. Collective Treks are a virtual guide to maximize your winter fun and help get the most out of your pass by flagging multiple destinations that passholders can access easily when traveling, allowing them to get more day’s riding with less travel in between. details several Treks around the world including  – The League of Chill in Chile, The Far out Far East Society and The Society Down Under.

“The Mountain Collective pass is more than just a ski pass, it’s entry to experience the best skiing and riding the world has to offer.” said Todd Burnette, Product Director for The Mountain Collective “and with our list of destinations including some of the best mountains on the planet and with many of our resorts located close to each other, it allows passholders to check off multiple bucket list visits over the course of a one-week vacation.”

The Mountain Collective pass is now on sale for a limited time at $539 USD. The Pass includes two days of skiing or riding at each of the 23 partners plus a 50 percent discount on all additional days with no blackout dates. Beginning on September 21st, Passholders located in Canada will receive a $75 USD discount on their pass purchase through the end of October.

Pricing for kids aged 12 and under is $149 USD for the 2021-22 season, and teens 13-18 at $439 USD, making The Mountain Collective™ Pass the perfect excuse to bring the kids along this year!

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The Mountain Collective is an international alliance of 23 premier ski destinations providing the Mountain Collective Pass, a lift pass that includes two days of riding at all partner resorts and 50% off additional days with no blackout days..  The Mountain Collective™ includes Alta Ski Area, Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Snowmass, Banff Sunshine, Big Sky, Chamonix, Coronet Peak – The Remarkables, Grand Targhee, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Lake Louise Ski Resort, Mammoth Mountain, Mt. Buller, Niseko United, Palisades Tahoe (formally Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows),Panorama, Revelstoke Mountain Resort,  Snowbird,  Sugarbush, Sugarloaf, Sun Peaks, Taos Ski Valley,  Thredbo Alpine Village and Valle Nevado.

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