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Aspen announces its pass pricing for 2010/11

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seems i'll just need to visit for just one day and pay the full cost ... : )  oh well

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looks like no increase?  that's a good thing..

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Question to pass holders.  This year I'm planning on attending ESA/Aspen along with two 5 day ski weeks in Snowmass afterward (16 days total of skiing).  What, if any, pass would be cost effective for me and Ms. Cajun?

Thanks..

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Cajun:

 

You will probably have to get the Escape pass.   If you happen to be in Denver in the fall,  you would also have the option on the Classic pass.  Depending on when you ski, the Classic is the cheapest up to about 15 days.  Then the Escape up to 23 days and over that your into the Premier.

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Thanks Shredder!

 

Ya spent any time this summer in Aspen?  Hadn't gone up yet...thinking maybe the end of Sept for a few days....

Classic might be the way to go; ESA lift tickets are very reasonable for Aspen.  Will use the Classic for the two other trips.

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My wife has been a couple of times this year, but I haven't been so lucky.   Hopefully in September too.  Rugger-fest is always a good time.

 

If you fly into Denver and drive up, definitely get a Classic pass.  That's what my wife and kids have and it works out great.  You can put a CC on it and go direct to the lifts and use it in all the ski co restaurants/shops.

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Ragin

 

I attend ESA, and find that the Classic Pass saves me a few bucks over the lift tickets from ESA, and you have an extra day to use!

 

Mike

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