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Which Season Pass should you buy for next season?

Aspen Snowmass has announced that skiing and riding will be available on three different passes for the Winter 2018/19 season.  With so many choices, which pass is best for you?

We’ve broken down the benefits of each ski pass for you so you can make the best decision for your family.

Ikon Pass

The Ikon pass offers 26 destinations for the 2018/19 season including Aspen Snowmass, Steamboat, Killington, Deer Valley, Big Sky Montana, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, and Jackson Hole.  Unlimited days are offered at Big Bear Mountain Resort, June Mountain, Mammoth Mountain, Copper, Eldora, Steamboat, Winter Park Resort, Blue Mountain (Canada), Tremblant (Canada), Snowshoe Mountain, Stratton, and Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows.  A variety of mountains, including Aspen Snowmass, Deer Valley, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Killington Resort, and Sugarbush offer seven or five days, depending on which pass you purchase.

The Ikon Base Pass starts at $599 USD for adults and $899 for the Ikon Pass.

Limited time offer: Purchase one Adult Icon Pass and receive a Child Pass for $199.  Valid through April 9, 2018.

Mountain Collective

Two days of skiing and riding at 16 resorts including Banf, Lake Louise, Big Sky, Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, and Sun Valley.  The Collective offers 50% off additional days at The Collective resorts, lodging discounts, no blackout dates, and a bonus third day at the destination of your choice.

The Mountain Collective is $409 for adults and $1 for children 12 and under, with the purchase of an adult Mountain Collective Pass, while supplies last.

Aspen Snowmass Premier Passes

Unlimited skiing and riding at Snowmass, Ajax, The Highlands, and Buttermilk plus over $1,000 in benefits and full summer access are available to those who purchase the Aspen Snowmass Season Pass.  Purchase your pass by Labor Day for a discount.  The 2018/19 pass prices have not been released.