New Intrawest Passport Offers Free Skiing For Kids, Expanded Families, Six Resorts
Intrawest, the parent company of several North American ski resorts, is unveiling the Intrawest Passport, the latest of the current trend in multi-resort season passes.
The Intrawest Passport will offer children 12 and under free skiing, as well as redefine what a “Family Pass” is all about, by allowing groups of up to 16 to purchase the Passport at the heavily discounted price. The pass that includes six days of skiing at each of six participating North American ski resorts.
“There is no other ski pass on the market that offers the flexibility and affordability of The Intrawest Passport,” says Intrawest CEO Bill Jensen. “We developed this inter-mountain pass to make destination skiing easier and offer more value for families this winter.”
When one adult purchases the Passport it allows an additional 15 other people to join in on your family pass. These can be traditional family members or people who are like family.
With no blackout dates the flexibility means families or Passport groups can use The Intrawest Passport to travel on holidays, single day ski trips or extended ski trips. The Intrawest Passport’s introductory fall price is being offered on a sliding scale:
· One primary adult Passport initially offered at $589
· Five additional adults can be added at $449 each
· Five passes for 13-20 year olds can be added at $249 each
· Five passes for children 12 and under are free
· Total of 16 Passports available under one “Family Pass”
The Ipass will allow guests to ski/ride for six days during the 2014-2015 ski season at each of Steamboat and Winter Park in Colorado; Blue Mountain in Ontario; Mont Tremblant in Quebec; Stratton Mountain in Vermont; and Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia.
The Intrawest Passpor is on sale now and is guaranteed at the fall introductory price now through Oct. 20 and will only be available for purchase through Nov. 15.The Ipass is available for purchase online as well as on the participating resort’s websites.
Photo: Steamboat, Colo. is participating in the new Intrawest Passport program (Steamboat/Facebook)