You’ve most likely heard the big news already that Revelstoke and Telluride just joined the Mountain Collective Pass. But do you know exactly how big of news that is?
You might. Because any seasoned skier knows that access to 14 world-renowned resorts on one pass is the equivalent of skiing nirvana, especially with the additions of Telluride and Revelstoke. But to fully understand what all of this means, all it takes is a quick glance at some stats behind these two mega mountains.
Revlelstoke’s location in southeast British Columbia gives it all of the street cred it needs; the area sees some of the world’s top skiers every single season, from the backcountry to Revelstoke’s incredible inbounds offerings. This place is authentic as it gets, with a ridiculous amount of expert terrain that’ll give even the most experienced of skiers the rides of their lives, run after run. The neighborhood is constantly improving on itself, too, thanks to all of the economic help it’s seen from the ski industry over the years, so you’ll have plenty of great places to stay, eat and drink despite the remote location of the mountain. And keep in mind that a remote location equals less less people, less lift lines and more face shots.
Tucked into the southern portion of Colorado, within the San Juan Mountains, Telluride boasts a landscape so magnificent that it’s often compared with that of the Alps. And with a ton of snow mixed with a wide variety of terrain for any skier, it might as well be. The area is an enticing attraction for American skiers looking to break away from the skiing experiences they’re used to, and the mountain delivers every single time that demand is on the table. Not to mention, the town of Telluride is packed with great restaurants, bars, shops and more..