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So I'll be staying in park city utah for the month of February. What would be the best combination of ski passes to buy? I would like to ski park city, canyons, snowbird, Alta, solitude,and Brighton. From my research it would be best to buy the epic pass and the ski city 10 day super pass. Any other suggestions?
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So I'll be staying in park city utah for the month of February. What would be the best combination of ski passes to buy? I would like to ski park city, canyons, snowbird, Alta, solitude,and Brighton. From my research it would be best to buy the epic pass and the ski city 10 day super pass. Any other suggestions?


Welcome to EpicSki!  Sounds like a great way to spend February.  What type of terrain do you like to ski?  For Alta/Snowbird, depending on the number of days, the Mountain Collective Pass can be worthwhile.  But if you only get to LCC 3-4 days, then The SuperPass makes sense.

 

How are you planning on getting from Park City to LCC or BCC?

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Sounds like fun! If you'll have your own vehicle, I definitely recommend picking a sunny day to drive down to Sundance--it's a fairly easy and very scenic drive from Park City, and Sundance is absolutely beautiful. I agree with Marznc that it might be worth looking at the Mountain Collective if you think you'll be driving around to Little Cottonwood Canyon much. With Mountain Collective and Epic Pass, you'd want to buy soon to save... if you find an unusually good deal on the Ski City pack it might be worth picking up, but otherwise wait until it's closer. Last February Travelocity had a great deal on Ski City Super Passes.

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The Super pass is only a slight savings over the usual discounts, but you do get the the Ski Bis for free. That saves you an extra $10 a day IF you planned on using the bus. However..........we found that Liftopia often gives much better deals for Brighton and Solitude than the Super Pass, $44 instead of $73 on some days. So I would get the Super Pass if you plan on hitting Alta/Bird but use Liftopia for Birght/Tude.

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Where else will you ski. If you can hit enough of the Mountain Collective areas, then it makes it a no brainer, with 2 fre days and 50% off thereafter, but it's only for Altabird in the Wasach.

 

Otherwise, anything over 6-7 days is gravy at the Vail resorts covered by the Epic pass.

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