Alta Ski Area Aspen Snowmass Banff Sunshine Big Sky Resort Coronet Peak | The Remarkables — New Zealand Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Lake Louise Ski Resort Mammoth Mountain Niseko United Revelstoke Mountain Resort Snowbasin Resort Snowbird Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Sugarbush Resort Sun Valley Resort Taos Ski Valley Thredbo Alpine Village — Australia

The Mountain Collective Pass

17 dream destinations. Two days at each.

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Each 2018-19 passholder will receive:
2 days at the collective destinations for a total of 34 days

  • Alta Ski Area
  • Aspen Snowmass
  • Banff Sunshine
  • Big Sky Resort
  • Coronet Peak + The Remarkables
  • Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
  • Lake Louise
  • Mammoth Mountain
  • Niseko United
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort
  • Snowbasin Resort
  • Snowbird
  • Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows
  • Sugarbush Resort
  • Sun Valley Resort
  • Taos Ski Valley
  • Thredbo Alpine Village
  • 50% off all additional days at The Collective destinations
    (*applies only to specific single day lift tickets for passholder, see FAQs for more information/or contact our support team)
  • Special Mountain Collective® lodging deals
  • No blackout dates

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Additional benefits for passholders

2 days each at Chamonix in France and Valle Nevado in Chile*

Chamonix — France Valle Nevado — Chile

* Valle Nevado offers benefits within one calendar year of the Mountain Collective Pass purchase. Benefits at Chamonix apply to their 2018/2019 season. 50% off lift tickets does not apply to affiliate resorts. Mountain Collective global affiliate benefits are valid only at then current Mountain Collective Global Affiliates. Global Affiliates are subject to change each ski season. Learn more

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Insurance available from Allianz Global Assistance

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Ski the world's best, mountain after mountain.

Learn why Mountain Collective destinations have been named the best winter destinations on the planet (Mountain Collective Map)

United States

Alta Ski Area

Alta, UT

alta.com
Alta Ski Area

Season

November 2018 – April 2019

Founded in 1938, Alta Ski Area is an iconic winter destination with a rich history. A seasonal average snowfall of over 550 inches, coupled with a philosophy of offering an authentic ski experience, have developed generations of skiers who consistently call this Utah resort their special place. Alta Ski Area is for skiers only. No snowboards please.

Acres
2,200
Mountains
1
Lifts
11
Trails
116
Annual Snowfall
551”

Aspen Snowmass

Season

November 2018 – April 2019

At Aspen Snowmass, endless adventure is guaranteed. With more than 5,500 acres of terrain on four mountains, each day greets you with infinite possibilities all accessible on one lift ticket. Plus, the extraordinary moments aren't just limited to the slopes. Aspen Snowmass features the kinds of restaurants, nightclubs, shops and art galleries that most cities in the world - let alone mountain towns - would envy. Some say it's is the best of both worlds. We just call it home. And we're eager to share it with you.

Acres
5,517
Mountains
4
Lifts
43
Trails
336
Annual Snowfall
300”

Big Sky Resort

New for 2018/19

Big Sky Resort, MT

bigskyresort.com
Big Sky Resort

Season

November 2018 – April 2019

Big Sky Resort is bigger than your imagination. With more than 5,800 acres of contiguous skiable terrain and a vertical of 4,350 feet, Big Sky Resort offers skiing that's unmatched anywhere else. No matter whether it's the chutes off of Headwater's Ridge or 300 degrees of skiing off of Lone Peak, which stands at 11,166 feet, your best days of skiing are still in front of you. Plus, with an average of 400 inches of snow annually, Big Sky Resort offers endless powder pockets. If you haven't experienced Big Sky Resort, then you haven't experienced The Biggest Skiing in America.

Acres
5,800
Mountains
4
Lifts
36
Trails
300
Annual Snowfall
400”

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Teton Village, WY

jacksonhole.com
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Season

November 2018 – April 2019

Jackson Hole continues to famously deliver legendary powder snow, 4,139 continuous vertical feet, 2500 acres of the best beginner, intermediate and expert skiing and snowboarding and a genuine “Last of the Old West” atmosphere. Neighboring the legacy National Parks of Yellowstone and Grand Teton and operating in Bridger Teton National Forest there is not a more spectacular setting for a destination resort in the world. Now with 13 nonstop cities (and hundreds of connections) flying to the newly expanded airport, Jackson Hole is one of the most easily accessed destination resorts in the West. For route maps, ski packages, web cams, videos and more please visit jacksonhole.com or facebook.com/jacksonhole

Acres
2,500
Mountains
1
Lifts
12
Trails
116
Annual Snowfall
459”

Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth Lakes, CA

mammothmountain.com
Mammoth Mountain

Season

November 2018 – June 2019

At 11,053 feet, Mammoth boasts the highest summit of any California destination, making for deeper, higher quality snow, beautiful views and a season that can last until July. And with 3,500 skiable acres, 400 inches of snowfall and an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, we enjoy re-earning our reputation as California's only real big mountain skiing/riding experience each and every season.

Acres
3,500
Mountains
4
Lifts
28
Trails
150
Annual Snowfall
400”

Snowbasin Resort

Huntsville, UT

snowbasin.com
Snowbasin Resort

Season

Late November 2018 – Mid April 2019

Located only 40 minutes from Salt Lake City, Snowbasin Resort combines 3,000 acres of world-class skiing with luxurious lodges and amenities. It proudly hosted the 2002 Olympic Games’ Downhill, Combined and Super-G races. Snowbasin Resort’s uncrowded slopes offer adventure seekers of all abilities wide open bowls, steep chutes, evergreen forested gullies and beautiful, long rolling groomers. The resort’s majestic lodges feature stunning views, grand fireplaces and marble finishes. To top off the experience, Snowbasin Resort’s award-winning dining is consistently rated in the top 3 by Ski Magazine and features a variety of cuisine from locally sourced ingredients in their five slopeside restaurants. For those who like luxury with their adventure, Snowbasin Resort offers both at an incredible value.

Acres
3,000
Mountains
1
Lifts
11
Trails
106
Annual Snowfall
300”

Snowbird

Snowbird, UT

snowbird.com
Snowbird

Season

November 2018 – May 2019

Snowbird offers more than you're used to in a mountain vacation: 500 inches of average annual snowfall, over 2,500 skiable acres and 3,240 vertical feet of legendary terrain, spectacular scenery and the longest season in Utah. Located only 29 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport, this incredible accessibility makes same day skiing and flying a reality.

Acres
2,500
Mountains
1
Lifts
11
Trails
169
Annual Snowfall
500”

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows

Olympic Valley, CA

squawalpine.com
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows

Season

November 2018 – April 2019

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, located in Lake Tahoe, California is the ultimate winter experience offering diverse terrain choices across two legendary mountains. Stay in the heart of it all at The Village at Squaw Valley for the ultimate in convenience to shopping, dining and activities for the entire family.

Acres
6,000
Mountains
2
Lifts
42
Trails
270
Annual Snowfall
450”

Sugarbush Resort

Warren, VT

sugarbush.com
Sugarbush Resort

Season

November 2018 – May 2019

Tucked in the 4,000’ mountains surrounding Warren, VT is a remarkable four-season destination located just 50 minutes south of Burlington’s International Airport. Explore six mountain areas featuring over 53 miles of trails, freestyle terrain, uncrowded slopes, cat skiing and extensive backcountry. With 111 trails and an additional 28 wooded areas divided between two mountain areas— Mt. Ellen and Lincoln Peak— you’ll find 4,000 acres of pristine on-and off-piste New England terrain to explore, including learning areas, long cruisers, steeps, bumps, glades and terrain parks. Lessons and clinics taught by accomplished staff, and lodging onsite at Clay Brook Hotel & Residences, Sugarbush Inn and Resort Condominiums. For more information, visit sugarbush.com or call 1‑800‑53‑SUGAR.'

Acres
4,000
Mountains
1
Lifts
16
Trails
111
Annual Snowfall
250”

Sun Valley Resort

Sun Valley, ID

sunvalley.com
Sun Valley Resort

Season

November 2018 – April 2019

Steeped in ski lore and legend, Sun Valley – America’s first destination ski resort – is a rare find, nestled in an authentic community that is as unpretentious and pristine as the mountains and rivers that surround it. You won’t find lift lines here but you will find 3,400 vertical on Bald Mountain and off mountain wintertime dventures to delight the entire family, including a new 20,000 sq. ft. luxury spa and lavish heated outdoor pools.

Acres
2,154
Mountains
2
Lifts
18
Trails
122
Annual Snowfall
225”

Taos Ski Valley

Taos Ski Valley, NM

skitaos.com
Taos Ski Valley

Season

November 2018 – April 2019

Taos has long been appreciated as an authentic, big mountain experience. From wide-open groomers and bowls to tree-lined glades, bumps and chutes. Topping out at 12,450 feet, our Kachina Peak Lift gives guests direct access to the expansive terrain along with spectacular views of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range. Enjoy world class terrain, events, newly renovated base area facilities and a world class ski school.

Acres
1,294
Mountains
1
Lifts
15
Trails
110
Annual Snowfall
305”

Canada

Banff Sunshine

Banff National Park, Canada

skibig3.com
Banff Sunshine

Season

Early November 2018 — Late May 2019

Experience mountains so huge the view will stop you in your tracks. The towns and mountains of Banff & Lake Louise in Banff Nationals Park, Canada offer a winter adventure of a lifetime. Banff Sunshine sits high on the Continental Divide in the heart of Banff National Park just 15 minutes’ drive from the cozy mountain town of Banff. Three massive mountains provide breathtaking site lines, uninterrupted by any signs of civilization beyond the resort’s leasehold. With exchange rates boosting your savings by more than 30%, there has never been a better time to choose Banff & Lake Louise, Canada for a great northern ski escape. Receive up to 25% off lodging with selected properties in Banff & Lake Louise. Additional days at Banff Sunshine, are based on the one-day SkiBig3 Lift Ticket rate and are available for use at Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise and Mt Norquay.

Acres
3,358
Mountains
1
Lifts
12
Trails
137
Annual Snowfall
245”

Lake Louise Ski Resort

Banff National Park, Canada

skibig3.com
Lake Louise Ski Resort

Season

Mid November 2018 — Early May 2019

Experience mountains so huge the view will stop you in your tracks. The towns and mountains of Banff & Lake Louise in Banff Nationals Park, Canada offer a winter adventure of a lifetime. With over 4,200 acres spread across four mountain faces, Lake Louise is also one of the largest ski resorts in North America. The Lake Louise Ski Resort offers a variety of terrain from gentle slopes and long cruising runs, to glades, chutes and some of the Canadian Rockies most exciting and wide open bowls.With exchange rates boosting your savings by more than 30%, there has never been a better time to choose Lake Louise, Canada for a great northern ski escape. Receive up to 25% off lodging with selected properties in Banff & Lake Louise. Additional days at the Lake Louise Ski Resort, are based on the one-day SkiBig3 Lift Ticket rate and are available for use at Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise and Mt Norquay.

Acres
4,200
Mountains
1
Lifts
10
Trails
145
Annual Snowfall
200”

Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Revelstoke, BC, Canada

revelstokemountainresort.com
Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Season

December 2018 – April 2019

Since 2007, Revelstoke Mountain Resort has offered the most vertical in North America - 5,620 ft - spanning 3,121 acres of terrain. Ride deep, light BC powder over 3 high alpine bowls and 65 named runs & areas, including legendary glades, steep cliffs and pillows, and endless fall-line groomers. Over 120 years of skiing history has created an authentic ski town that celebrates winter in all its forms. From diverse shopping and dining options on Mackenzie Avenue to fascinating museums and art galleries, Revelstoke's heritage downtown will charm you.

Acres
3,121
Mountains
1
Lifts
5
Trails
65
Annual Snowfall
400”

Japan

Niseko United

New for 2018/19

Niseko United, Japan

niseko.ne.jp/en
Niseko United

Season

November 2018 – May 2019

Niseko United is one of Japan’s premier ski resorts, with over 2,000 acres of skiable terrain split over 4 resorts - Grand Hirafu, Niseko Village, Hanazono and Annupuri. Niseko United is located on Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido, a 2 hr flight from Tokyo to Sapporo-Chitose, the region's main airport.

Niseko’s charm has always been its sheer quantity of quality snow. Seasonal winds from the Eurasian continent pick up moisture over the warm currents of the Sea of Japan to form clouds made of some of the driest, lightest powder snow in the world. With Japanese cuisine and culture available at every corner, the resort is now also offering an excellent selection of award-winning international restaurants, great local bars and a friendliness towards international travelers that can be found throughout. Come visit us and see what the fuss is all about!

Acres
2,191
Mountains
4
Lifts
31
Trails
70
Annual Snowfall
354”

Southern Hemisphere

Coronet Peak | The Remarkables — New Zealand

New Zealand

nzski.com
Coronet Peak | The Remarkables — New Zealand

Season

June 2018 – October 2018

Queenstown, New Zealand, the adventure capital of the world, is home to two of New Zealand’s best ski areas Coronet Peak & The Remarkables. Voted the South Pacific’s Number One Destination by Tripadvisor this stunning resort town packs a huge punch and is hot on the travel bucket list. Coronet Peak, New Zealand’s premier ski area is a 20 minute drive from the heart of Queenstown offering skiers spectacular views, awesome terrain and incredible back bowls to challenge the most discerning skiers and riders. With modern lifts, restaurants, world-class grooming and extensive snowmaking it’s no wonder why some of the best ski racers in the world use Coronet Peak on their international training circuit. Across the valley, The Remarkables, located in the heart of Queenstown’s iconic Remarkables mountain range, is renowned for its friendly, relaxed atmosphere and is loved by families, freestylers, extreme skiers and boarders alike.

Acres
2,138
Mountains
2
Lifts
7
Trails
125
Annual Snowfall
381”

Thredbo Alpine Village — Australia

Thredbo, Australia

thredbo.com.au
Thredbo Alpine Village — Australia

Season

June 2018 – October 2018

Thredbo is Australia’s Premier Alpine Resort. Located in the heart of the Australian Alps, only kilometres from the peak of Australia’s highest mountain, Thredbo boasts the country’s best snow terrain with Australia’s highest lifted point (2037m), almost double the vertical fall line of any other Australian resort (672m) and the country’s longest runs. This, combined with a bustling European-styled village situated right at the base of the mountain with over 30 bars and restaurants and year-round access for back-country enthusiasts, mountain bikers and outdoor adventurers has cemented Thredbo as Australia’s premier alpine destination for over 50 years.

Acres
1,186
Mountains
1
Lifts
13
Trails
50
Annual Snowfall
77”

2018-19 Global affiliates

Your pass is even sweeter with access to these mountains.

Take advantage of your pass benefits and ski around the globe.
Mountain Collective global affiliate benefits are valid only at then current Mountain Collective Global Affiliates. Global Affiliates are subject to change each ski season.

Chamonix — France

Season

Mid-December 2018 – Early May 2019

The Chamonix valley is legendary, unique and incomparable, it is a land crammed full of history and sporting feats, a natural environment that will take your breath away. A mecca for skiers, snowboarders and free riders with the mythical area “les Grands-Montets” and the descent of "Vallee Blanche" but also plenty of terrain for intermediates and beginners. In Chamonix, no matter what your ability level, you will find a safe environment to create your own history at your own pace.
Members will receive the Chamonix "Le Pass" lift ticket, usage restrictions apply, please click here for more information.

Acres
762
Mountains
3
Lifts
42
Trails
73
Annual Snowfall
377”

Valle Nevado — Chile

Vitacura, Santiago, Chile

vallenevado.com/en
Valle Nevado — Chile

Season

June 2018 – September 2018

Valle Nevado is South America's premier ski resort, offering access to 7,000 acres of terrain and the most modern lift system in Chile. The resort is just 90 minutes from the capital city Santiago, 9,800 feet high in the spectacular Andes Mountains. No lift lines, uncrowded slopes, and a friendly ambiance are the hallmark of Valle Nevado, and the resort boasts the continent's best heli-skiing with runs of up to 5,000 vertical feet. Valle Nevado offers easy-to-book, all-inclusive hotel packages and independent condominiums, offering guests a complete experience with shopping, six restaurants, a spa and fitness center, and a pub with live music.

Acres
2,300
Mountains
1
Lifts
15
Trails
44
Annual Snowfall
276”

Collective Totals

Acres
57,271
Mountains
17
Lifts
390
Trails
2,606
Annual Snowfall
6,725”

Help & FAQ

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Phone
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Hours
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What do I get when I join the Mountain Collective?
For the 2018/19 winter season, skiers and riders are invited to join the Mountain Collective. Those who join the Mountain Collective receive two free days of skiing or riding, unlimited 50% off single day lift tickets thereafter, and exclusive lodging deals at each of these 17 destinations: Alta (Utah), Aspen Snowmass (Colorado), Big Sky Resort (Montana), Banff Sunshine (Alberta), Coronet Peak | The Remarkables (New Zealand), Jackson Hole (Wyoming), Lake Louise (Alberta), Mammoth Mountain (California), Niseko United (Japan), Revelstoke Mountain Resort (British Columbia), Snowbasin Resort (Utah), Snowbird (Utah), Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows (California), Sugarbush Resort (Vermont), Sun Valley (Idaho), Taos Ski Valley (New Mexico), and Thredbo (Australia). With the Mountain Collective, it’s now possible for passionate skiers and riders to claim thousands of vertical feet and chase ideal winter conditions across Alberta, Australia, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, New Zealand, Utah, Vermont, and Wyoming.

Affiliate Destinations Include: Chamonix (France) and Valle Nevado (Chile). Please note that Mountain Collective Members only receive 2 free lift tickets at the global affiliate destinations, and other benefits do not apply. See more here.
When is my Mountain Collective Pass valid at Southern Hemisphere resorts Thredbo, Coronet Peak and The Remarkables?
Your 2018/19 Mountain Collective Pass is valid during the 2018 ski season at Thredbo, and Coronet Peak | The Remarkables. Passes for the 2019 Southern Hemisphere season will be available beginning in March of 2019.
What if I’m unable to use my Mountain Collective Pass this season?
The Mountain Collective Pass is non-refundable and non-transferrable. All purchases are final and may not be refunded, transferred between parties, or transferred to another season. We encourage you to consider the option of pass insurance from Allianz Global Assistance to help protect your investment. This protection is available during the purchase of your Mountain Collective Pass.
How do I purchase a 50% off ticket at each destination?
After you have redeemed your two days at a member destination, simply go to the ticket window at that destination and present your Mountain Collective Pass. All tickets you purchase for yourself for the rest of the season will be 50% off the single-day ticket window rate for your age group on the day it is used. These tickets are non-transferable and can only be used by the individual whose name is on the Mountain Collective Pass. Special note – Banff Sunshine and Lake Louise Ski resort window rates are based on a one-day SkiBig3 Lift Ticket rate. Please note, that the global affiliate destinations: Chamonix (France) and Valle Nevado (Chile) do not qualify for 50% off lift tickets.
Are there any blackout dates for redeeming my first two days or 50% off tickets?
There are no blackout dates with the Mountain Collective Pass or the 50% off lift tickets; however, there are blackout dates for lodging.
Is it worth it to purchase the Mountain Collective Pass if I only visit one destination?
Typically, if you visit one destination for six days or more the pass will pay for itself.
What lodging deals are offered to Mountain Collective Pass holders?
Mountain Collective Pass holders get exclusive access to great lodging deals at each of the Mountain Collective destinations. Check out which lodging properties offer deals. *Please note: Some lodging properties will have blackout dates, in which Mountain Collective Pass holders are not eligible for a discount. Please note that Ski Queenstown-Coronet Peak-The Remarkables does not offer lodging.
In regards to multi-mountain destinations such as Aspen Snowmass, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Sun Valley, and Coronet Peak | The Remarkables, do I get two free days of skiing at each mountain?
You will receive two days of skiing at each DESTINATION, not MOUNTAIN. For example, you will receive two free days of skiing between Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley, as those two mountains are the same destination. This is also true for the Aspen mountains (Highlands, Buttermilk, Snowmass and Aspen), the Mammoth Resorts (Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, Bear Mountain, and Snow Summit), Coronet Peak | The Remarkables, and Sun Valley’s Dollar & Bald mountains.
How does the third bonus day work?
Individuals who purchase their Mountain Collective Pass during the spring sale will receive one additional free day of skiing or riding, at the resort of their choice. Springtime passholders will select the resort they wish to use their third bonus day at for the 2018/2019 season. Your third bonus day selection is final, we are unable to change the destination.
Where can I purchase the Mountain Collective Pass?
The Mountain Collective Pass can be purchased online at: http://mountaincollective.com or by calling us at 1-800-705-6286. If you are calling from outside of the United States, please call us at +1-415-366-5768. Australian customers can purchase the Mountain Collective Pass online at: http://mountaincollective.com or through a local major wholesaler. For support in Australia and for Thredbo, please call 1300 020 589.
Do you have phone support in Australia?
Yes! If you are in Australia, please call us at 1300 020 589 and ask for Mountain Collective Support.
When can I use my 2018/2019 Mountain Collective Pass at Valle Nevado?
You can use your 2018/19 Mountain Collective Pass at Valle Nevado within one calendar year of the purchase of your Mountain Collective Pass.
I am a premium passholder at one of the Mountain Collective Resorts. What discounts can I get when visiting other Mountain Collective Resort destinations?
Premium passholders at Mountain Collective Resorts have the opportunity to purchase unlimited 50% off single day tickets at the other Mountain Collective Resorts. We recommend reaching out to the resort you're interested in visiting to inquire about specific details.

Please note: The Mammoth Black Pass is the only product from Mammoth Resorts that includes this benefit. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows does not currently offer any passes that include this benefit. The SkiBig3 Season Pass is the only product from Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise, and Mt. Norquay that includes this benefit.
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