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Two-Day Mountain Collective Pass Returns With Western Flavor

MC-Alta-Cover Views like this can be had all over the West with a Mountain Collective multi-mountain pass. (Mountain Collective/Facebook)

With prices for 2022-23 comparable to recent seasons, the two-days-each Mountain Collective ski and snowboard pass returns with a shuffled resort lineup that includes two big mountains in the West coming back to the fold.

Purchased separately from ski lift passes at participating ski and snowboard mountains, a Mountain Collective pass means two, no-blackout days at any of 22 resorts around the globe. List price went up 7% for an adult. Pass holders get an extra day free at one member-resort, and an unlimited 50% off rack rate at any mountain for the whole season.

For Western skiers and riders, there are 11 North American mountains to choose from. Added onto the Mountain Collective roll call this season will be Sun Valley in Idaho and Snowbasin in northern Utah, both of whom left the Collective in 2019. Gone are a pair of California's big-mountain favorites, Palisades Tahoe and Mammoth Mountain.

The oldest of all multi-mountain passes, Mountain Collective specializes in limited-access ticketing over a broad reach of mountains -- many classics like Alta, Aspen Snowmass, Arapaho Basin, Jackson Hole and Taos. Plus, a Western Canada powder quartet could be a fly-drive trip, as could be a duo in Australia.

The Collective gives two days each in Japan and New Zealand. The Collective debuted in 2012 with major Western resorts behind it: Aspen Snowmass, Alta, Palisades Tahoe (formerly Squaw Valley-Alpine Meadows) and Jackson Hole. All remain on the pass' destination list. Over the last decade, pass holders have, first, been able to get into the deep-and-steep of British Columbia, then, in Chile and overseas. The latest addition is the iconic French resort, Chamonix.

 

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