How much you will pay for season passes changes every year at every resort. Here’s a run down of season pass prices for 2007-2008.
This year Copper Mountain has partnered with both Winter Park and Steamboat for a variety of types of passes at various prices.
It makes for a confusing array of prices for the various passes. Here are the basics for adult pricing. I am including links so that you can access the websites if you need senior, children’s or young adult prices.
The Intrawest family: www.passwagon.com
- Copper Mountain only $349
- Winter Park only $349
- Steamboat only $1249
- Unlimited at all three resorts $1344
- Copper and Winter Park plus 6 days at Steamboat $489
- Transfour card, transferrable, 4 days at Copper or Winter park $179
- Copper 4 pass, photo ID $119
New Season passes must be applied for in person as a photo needs to be taken, except for Steamboat, which may be done online at www.steamboat.com/seasonpass . All these pass details, pricing and added benefits can be found online at www.passwagon.com.
Vail Resorts has done the same thing with their resorts; Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail and Beaver Creek and little brother, Arapahoe Basin.
The Vail Resort family of ski resorts have a set price through September 3rd, 2007 and then the prices increase. Here are basic adult prices until then.
Prices as of Sept 4th are not available yet. I will update this blog post as soon as the information is announced. For details and prices for kids, seniors, etc, seehttp://www.snow.com/passsales/. New passes must be bought in person at locations announced on the website.
- Summit Pass, unlimited skiing at Keystone, Breckenridge and A Basin $379
- Colorado Pass, same as above plus 10 restricted days at Vail or Beaver Creek $419
- Colorado Pass Plus, same as above but 6 days of the 10 are unrestricted $519
- 4 Pack, Keystone and A Basin, 4 restricted days $129
- Araphoe Basin only $259
Let’s hope for a great ski season! I am ready.
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