Skiing in Colorado:Colorado Ski Deals and Passes
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There are several Colorado season ski passes to pick from. The two big ones are the Epic Pass and Rocky Pass Super Pass+. If you plan on getting more than 5 days on the slopes this year, and live within appropriate driving distance, you are best off getting one of these two passes.
The choices depends on your prefence on ski areas. If spending less than 5 days on the mountain, you may choose to get a GEMs pass or just buy daily tickets, hopefully at a discount.
Snow.com Passes (prices go up throughout season and pass sales end mid-season)
- Epic Pass: Unlimited riding at Arapahoe Basin, Keystone Resort, Breckenridge, Vail, Beaver Creek, Heavenly, and Northstar-at-Tahoe. No blackout dates.
- Epic Local Pass (formerally Colorado Pass): Unlimited riding at Arapahoe Basin, Keystone Resort, Breckenridge, plus 10 restricted days at Vail and Beaver Creek. It now includes access to Heavenly and Northstar-at-Tahoe with limited restrictions. Blackout dates at Vail/Beaver Creek/Heavenly/Northstar-at-Tahoe
- Summit Value Pass: Unlimited riding at Arapahoe Basin and Keystone Resort. Limited access to Breckenridge
SkiColorado.com Passes (prices go up throughout season and pass sales end mid-season)
- Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus: Unlimited riding at Copper Mountain, Winter Park/Mary Jane and Eldora. Plus 6 days of unrestricted riding at Steamboat and 3 days at Crested Butte.
- Rocky Mountain Super Pass: Unlimited riding at Copper Mountain and Winter Park/Mary Jane.
- Steamboat/Winter Park Unlimited Pass: Unlimited riding at Steamboat and Winter Park.
- GEMs Card: Discounted lift tickets at: Arapahoe Basin, Echo, Eldora, Loveland, Monarch,Powerhorn, Ski Cooper, SolVista Basin, and Sunlight.