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Colorado Ski Country summarized their offerings in this blog post:

 

http://blog.coloradoski.com/2015/04/09/2015-16-season-pass-colorado-ski-country/?utm_source=newsletter_278&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=passport-enews-20150409

 

Realize that these are todays prices and they will go up over time.

 

Multi-mountain Season Passes

http://www.skicolorado.com/MultiMountain_SeasonPasses.html

 

Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus Unlimited Access: Winter Park Resort, Copper Mountain, Eldora Alpine Pass; 6 Days: Steamboat, 3 Days: Crested Butte

  1. Adult Pass (ages 18-69): $539 (price increased from $469 earlier this week)
  2. Teen Pass (ages 13-17): $419
  3. Child Pass (ages 6-12): $299

Rocky Mountain Super Pass Unlimited Access: Winter Park Resort, Copper Mountain

  1. Adult Pass (ages 18-69): $469
  2. Teen Pass (ages 13-17): $379
  3. Child Pass (ages 6-12): $269

M.A.X Pass – 5 days at 22 mountains across North America, including Copper Mountain, Winter Park, and Steamboat

  1. Adult Pass (ages 18-69): $699
  2. Teen Pass (ages 13-17): $499
  3. Youth Pass (ages 6-12): $249

 

Season Passes to Individual CSCUSA Member Resorts 

Arapahoe Basin 

http://www.arapahoebasin.com/ABasin/tickets/hot-deals/specials.aspx

  1. 15-16 A-Basin Season Pass (19+): $299
  2. Youth (15-18): $219
  3. Child (6-14): $159

In addition, A-Basin is offering a Spring 2015 Pass good for the remainder of the season for $199 for adults.

 

Aspen/Snowmass (2015-16 Season Pass Pricing TBD)

http://www.aspensnowmass.com/

 

Copper Mountain 

http://www.coppercolorado.com/winter/plan_and_buy/season_passes/copperpass/index.html

  1. Adult Season Pass (18-64) – $399
  2. Teen (13-17) – $309
  3. Child (6-12) – $229

In addition, check out the Woodward Copper Summer Camp: www.woodwardcopper.com.

 

Eldora

  1. Family Pass: $999
  2. Adult Full Pass: $399
  3. Junior Full Pass (ages 13-17): $259

In addition, check out the Kids TREK Multi-Week Lesson Program – http://eldora.com/programs.kid.html

 

Loveland Ski Area (Ski free the rest of the 2014/15 season)

http://www.eldora.com/tickets.season.html

  1. Adult (23+): $379
  2. Young Adult (15-22): $269
  3. Child (6-14): $169
  4. Midweek: $259

 

Monarch (2015-16 Season Pass Pricing TBD)

http://www.skimonarch.com/

 

Powderhorn 

http://www.powderhorn.com/season-pass-2015-16

  1. Adult (ages 18-64): $549
  2. Youth (ages 13-17): $419
  3. Junior (ages 7-12): $274

In addition, Family season passes are 10% off the listed price.

 

Purgatory 

http://www.durangomountainresort.com/

  1. Young Adult pass(ages 18-29) $429
  2. Adult pass (ages 30-64)$649
  3. Teen pass (ages 13-17) $349 w/ parent pass $299
  4. Child pass (ages 6-12) $309 w/ parent pass $209

 

>>> Added:

 

The Purgatory Power Pass also includes

• Ski for FREE at Partner Resorts! Show your Purgatory Power Pass at the following resorts and get 3 days of skiing/riding for free (partner resorts subject to change):

  • Taos (NM)^^
  • Loveland (CO)
  • Monarch (CO)
  • Powderhorn (CO)
  • Sunlight (CO)
  • Powder Mountain (UT)
  • Brian Head (UT)
  • Grand Targhee (WY)

 

http://www.durangomountainresort.com/purgatory/season-pass/

 

 

Ski Granby Ranch 

http://www.granbyranch.com/ski-ride-granby-ranch/lift-tickets-and-season-passes.html

  1. Adult: $269
  2. Family of 3: From $582
  3. Family of 4: From $680

 

Ski Cooper (2015-16 Season Pass Pricing TBD)

http://skicooper.com/tickets-and-passes/season-passes/

 

Steamboat 

http://www.steamboat.com/tickets-and-passes/season-passes.aspx

 

  1. Adult (18-69): $1049
  2. Teen (13-17): $569
  3. Child (6-12): $329
  4. Kids (12 and under): Free

 

Sunlight

http://www.sunlightmtn.com/tickets/season-passes

  1. Adult (18-64): $405
  2. Student (13-17): $260
  3. Child Pass (age 6-12): $195

 

Telluride (2015-16 Season Pass Pricing TBD)

http://www.tellurideskiresort.com/

 

Winter Park 

http://www.winterparkresort.com/tickets-and-passes/season-passes.aspx

  1. Adult Pass (ages 18-69): $399
  2. Teen Pass (ages 13-17): $309
  3. Child Pass (ages 6-12): $229

 

Wolf Creek  (2015-16 Season Pass Pricing TBD)

http:/www.wolfcreekski.com

 

Gold Pass TBD (2014-2015 price was $3100)

http://www.coloradoski.com/gold-pass

The Colorado Gold Pass is valid at 20 Colorado Ski Resorts. Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Highlands, Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk, Copper Mountain, Crested Butte, Purgatory, Eldora, Howelsen, Loveland, Monarch, Powderhorn, Ski Cooper, Snowmass, Ski Granby Ranch, Steamboat, Sunlight, Telluride, Winter Park and Wolf Creek

Access to 20 Colorado Ski Country USA Member Resorts for the entire 2014-15 season.

Absolutely no blackout dates.

Valid every day all season.

Completely transferable to friends, family, clients, or employees.

Direct to lift access at most ski areas.

 

(Vail Resorts coming soon)


Edited by rx2ski - 4/9/15 at 9:23pm
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Thread Starter 

The graphic version.

Key thing to notice right now is that purchasing by April 12th gets you the maximum number of buddy passes which means 6 discount buddy tickets which range from $89-99 in Colorado (yes, the price went up and is different for each resort). These are different than SWAF discount tickets.

 

Colorado Only

 

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Wolf Creek  (2015-16 Season Pass Pricing TBD)

http:/www.wolfcreekski.com

 

Yup.

 

They will announce things about 1 week before the pass goes on sale around Labor day- or after the best deals have passed everywhere else (and historically after Purg has raised their pass to $950). I am convinced this is one way that Purg and Wolf avoid direct competition on pass pricing- If you lean towards skiing Purg, you need to buy before you have any idea what Wolf is doing.

 

It is probably worth noting that the Purg pass is now an unlimited multi-mountain pass- just not to CO ski areas. Unlimited skiing at Snowbowl, Pajarito, and Sipapu. Also 3 free days at many other resorts, including Taos, Loveland, Monarch, Powderhorn, Sunlight, Powder Mountain, Brian Head, and Grand Targhee.

 

http://www.durangomountainresort.com/purgatory/season-pass/

 

Meanwhile, Wolf offers nothing with their pass except uphill conveyance. I miss perks.

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Thread Starter 

That's pretty neat--I added that to the initial post. Thanks!

 

>>> Added:

 

The Purgatory Power Pass also includes

• Ski for FREE at Partner Resorts! Show your Purgatory Power Pass at the following resorts and get 3 days of skiing/riding for free (partner resorts subject to change):

  • Taos (NM)^^
  • Loveland (CO)
  • Monarch (CO)
  • Powderhorn (CO)
  • Sunlight (CO)
  • Powder Mountain (UT)
  • Brian Head (UT)
  • Grand Targhee (WY)

 

http://www.durangomountainresort.com/purgatory/season-pass/

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