The Mountain Collective Pass, a travel-focused ski pass that provides access to resorts all around the globe, just added two iconic locations: Telluride Ski Resort in Colorado and Revelstoke Mountain Resort in British Columbia.
Telluride and Revelstoke join a long list of other resorts on the Mountain Collective Pass, with limited days available at each for the 2016-17 season:
Like most other resorts, Telluride and Revelstoke will each offer passholders two days of skiing for the season. Passholders can purchase additional lifts tickets for 50% of the original price at all included resorts as well. As a bonus, two days at Valle Nevado in Chile, two days at Hakuba Valley in Japan and two days at Chamonix in France are offered.
The announcement regarding Telluride and Revelstoke comes one day after news broke that Whistler Blackcomb is being bought by Vail Resorts for $1.1 billion. The British Columbian resort is currently on the Mountain Collective Pass, and will remain on the pass for the 2016-17 season, but it will be removed for the 2017-18 season and added to Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass.
For more information about the Mountain Collective Pass, including restrictions and prices, click here.
Catch up with Telluride and Revelstoke on Instagram
With the storm in for the weekend, remember that non-motorized uphill access within #Telluride Ski Resort boundaries is open at your own risk. Visit tel.ski/uphillaccess for more information. Also, there are only two days left to post your entries for the #DiscoverTelluride photo contest. Click the link in our bio for more details. ????: @brett_schreck ⛷: @vwmajor