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Colorado’s Rocky Mountain Ski Pass Options (Now Is The Time To Buy)

Tom Malone/Adventure Tribune
Colorado’s Rocky Mountains provide unparalleled skiing and snowboarding access; with dozens of mountain options to choose from, how do you decide where to spend your weekend when the snow begins to fall?


Instead of spending nearly $100 to purchase a one-day lift ticket, spend a few hundred and receive unlimited (or nearly unlimited) access to any mountain of your choosing. But, which mountain (or set of mountains) do you select?

Here is a list of Colorado’s ski pass options for the upcoming winter. (Prices subject to change as Winter draws closer).

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Multi-Mountain Passes

Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus
Unlimited access to Copper Mountain, Winter Park Resort, Eldora Mountain Resort; 3 Days at Crested Butte; 6 Days at Steamboat; 3 Days at Mount Bachelor (Oregon)

Adult (ages 18+): $619
Teen (ages 13-17): $489
Child (ages 6-12): $349
Ages 5 & Under: $30
Senior (ages 70+): $489
Military Adult: $499
Military Child: $329
College: $489


MAX Pass
5 days each at 44 mountains throughout North America (including Copper, Crested Butte, Eldora, Steamboat and Winter Park)

Adults: $679
Teen (13-17): $479
Youth: (6-12) $379
Child (0-5): $39


Route 40 Pass
Unlimited access to Winter Park Resort; 4 days at Steamboat; 3 Days at Mt. Hood Meadows (Oregon)

Adult Pass (18-69): $509
Teen Pass (13-17): $419
Child Pass (6-12): $309
Child 5 and under Pass: $30
Senior Pass (70+) $419
College: $419
Military Adult: $359
Military Child: $239


Epic Pass
Unlimited Access to Vail Beaver Creek, Whistler Blackcomb (Canada), Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Park City (Utah), etc.; Access to Ski Areas across Europe

Adult: $879
Child: $459


Epic Local Pass
Unlimited Access to Breckenridge, Keystone, Wilmot, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton, and Arapahoe Basin; Restricted Access to Vail, Beaver Creek, and Whistler Blackcomb (Canada)

Adult: $659
Teen: $529
Child: $349

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Individual Mountains Passes

Arapahoe Basin

Adult (19+): $329
Youth (15-18): $239
Child (6-14): $169


Aspen Snowmass
Price increase: 11/10/17

Premier: $2,179
Premier Senior (65-69): $1,789
Premier Silver (70+): $499
Premier Child/Teen (7-17): $659
Premier College: $659
Parent Pass: $2,179
Double Flex: $1,819
Flex: $1,124


Cooper

Adult (15-59): $299
Child (6-14): $145
5 and Under: $10
Senior (60-69): $259
Super Senior (70-79): $149
Military Adult (15-69): $199
Military Child (6-14): $109


Copper Mountain

Adult SECRET! Season Pass: $579
Adult Season Pass (18-64): $429
College: $329
Teen (13-17): $329
Child (6-12): $249
Senior (65+): $329
5 and Under: FREE
4-Pack – $179


Crested Butte
Price increase: 10/6/17

Adult: $699
Senior (70+): $465
Young Adult (13-17): $349
Child (7-12): $299
6 & Under: FREE
College: $559


Echo Mountain

Family (2 Adults and 2 children): $789
Adult: $249
Junior (ages 13-17): $189
Child (6-12): $149
College Pass: $229
Teacher: $229
Senior (65+): $229
Active Military: $199
5 & Under: FREE


Eldora

Family Pass: $999
Adult Full Pass: $409
Junior Full Pass (13-17): $309
Child Full Pass (6-12): $229
College Full Pass: $309
Senior Full Pass (65+): $309
5 & Under: $25


Granby Ranch

Adult (19-60): $319
Teen (12-18): $169
Junior (6-2): $139
Senior (61-69): $289
Golden (70+): $59


Hesperus

Adult: $219
Young Adult (19-24): $109
Teen (13-18): $109
Child (8-12): $99
Senior (60+): $89


Howelsen
Prices increase: 11/18/17

Adult: $180
Senior (65+): $100
Youth (6-18): $120
Child (0-5): $35
College Student: $120
Family: $395


Loveland Ski Area

Adult (23-69): $399
Young Adult (15-22): $289
Child (6-14): $179
Seniors (70+): $99


Monarch Mountain

Adult (16–61): $459
Teen (13–17): $289
Junior (7–12): $189
Senior (62–68): $319
Super Senior (69+): $20
Child (0-6): $20
College: $269


Powderhorn
Prices increase: 11/30/17

Adult (18-64): $549
Senior (65-74): $454
75+ Pass: $109
Youth (13-17): $419
Junior (7-12): $274
Child (0-6): $104


Purgatory

Adult (37-64): $749
Young Adult (30-36): $579
Young Adult (25-29): $489
Young Adult (19-24): $459
Teen (13-18): $359
Child (0-12): $259
Senior (65-79): $499
Super Senior (80+): $109


Silverton

Solid Gold Pass: $699
Spring Unguided Season Pass: $149
Kids Pass: $69
Steamboat
Adult (18-69): $1499
Senior (70+): $999
Teen (13-17): $899
Child (6-12): $599
Child (0-5): $30
College (Full-Time Student): $849
15 Day Pass: $1149
8 Day Pass: $649


Sunlight 

Adult (18-65): $439
Student (13-17): $289
Child (6-12): $199
College: $339
Young Senior (65-79): $289
Carefree Skier (0-5; 80+): FREE
Midweek Pass (M-F only): $299
10 Day Pass: $349
5 Day Pass: $229


Telluride
Prices increase: 10/14/17

Adult Pass Plus (25-64): $1,400
Child Pass Plus (6-12): $475
Junior Pass Plus (13-18): $500
Young Adult Pass Plus (19-24): $900
Senior Pass Plus (65-79): $900
Palmyra Pass Plus (80+): $100
Toddler (0-5) $25


Winter Park 

Adult Pass (8-69): $429
Teen Pass (13-17): $339
Child Pass (6-12): $259
Child 5 and under Pass: $30
Senior Pass (70+): $339
College Pass: $339
Military Adult: $299
Military Child (6-12): $189

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Tom Malone is the Editor-In-Chief of The Adventure Tribune and author of adventure novels, like Across Americana. He is based in Denver, Colorado, where he adventures through the Rocky Mountains while not traveling abroad.
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