Alta Joins 3 Other Iconic Resorts To Offer Joint Ski Pass
Utah's Alta Ski Resort is offering a new joint pass is cooperation with Jackson Hole, Aspen and Squaw Valley. The Salt Lake Tribune has this article announcing the pass. Below are excerpts.
"Everyone has a bucket list, and that’s what the four destinations talked to each other about" in creating the "Mountain Collective" pass, Alta spokeswoman Connie Marshall said Tuesday, when the pass was unveiled.
For $349, an adult passholder receives two free days at each of the four resorts plus 50 percent discounts on daily lift passes thereafter. Lodging discounts also are available. The pass is $229 for children 12 and under.
But Marshall said Alta could benefit greatly if skilled skiers at these other Western resorts get a first-hand feel for powder runs off the High Traverse or in Devil’s Castle.
The news has stirred considerable discussion on Twitter, and in the comments below the Trib article. We are interested to watch and see how it works.
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