Mountain Collective pass is just $389; shred your heart out, folks

Mountain Collective pass is just $389; shred your heart out, folks

Mattpowerphotography.com march 6 2015 aspen mountain FREESKIER ski test

FREESKIER’s Damian Quigley gets it at Aspen. Photo: Matt Power

Looking for a multi-resort ski deal that lets you shred some of the best resorts in the world? If you haven’t already, you should consider the Mountain Collective pass. For a limited time only, the pass—which grants you two days of skiing at nine world-class resorts, plus a bonus day at the resort of your choice if you buy now—is available for $389.

The pass allows you to shred a bevy of iconic resorts, including AltaSnowbird, Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Mammoth Mountain, Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine, Sun Valley, Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows and Whistler Blackcomb. The ultra-low price also leaves extra cash in your pocket for ski gear, lodging, travel expenses and (most importantly) après. Plus, if you hit the storm right (or meet “the one” at the hot tub) and need to extend your stay, you’ll also receive a 50 percent discount on unlimited additional days, free of blackout dates. Tally that one in the “win” column.

The Mountain Collective has recently bolstered its resort offerings for the 2015-16 season with the addition of the iconic Sun Valley Resort and three international hot spots—Chile’s Valle Nevado Ski Resort, Australia’s Thredbo Ski Resort and Japan’s Hakuba Valley Resort.

Don’t miss out—snag your Mountain Collective pass today.

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