Nirav just noted that the latest pricing for ski-with-a-friend pass (Colorado Pass) pricing is as follows: $75 for Vail/Beaver Creek, $59 for Keystone/Breckenridge, $49 for Arapahoe Basin. March 9 – March 22 will become even more expensive so now would be a good weekend to use those tickets. Thanks, Nirav.
Q: I am moving back to Colorado late this March. Do any resorts sell late season passes (Late season Buddy Pass) Something like that? I hope so! Daily rates at Vail,Breck,and Keyston would get expensive! Posted by Lance Gartner A: Hey Lance, great question and the simplest answer: you're out of luck. The Colorado Pass […]
I’m not entirely sure why a Colorado resort is reviewed in a Dallas newspaper, but here’s a nice article about Arapahoe Basin.
2010 Update: The latest ski with a friend ticket prices are posted online at snow.com. I spoke with a customer service representative at Vail Resorts today and was able to gather the following discounted ticket pricing (they’re called “Ski-With-A-Friend”, and each Colorado Pass holder can purchase up to 6 of these tickets). Prices through February […]
If you missed it last weekend: “Colorado powder hounds will get access to a new lift-served playground this week, as Arapahoe Basin announced the opening of Montezuma Bowl for Friday, Jan. 11. The 400-acre terrain expansion boosts the size of A-Basin by about 80 percent, a significant addition by any measure, especially for a small […]
2010 Update: The ski with a friend discounted ticket prices are now posted online at snow.com. As an owner of the Colorado Pass I’m entitled to “six Ski With A Friend, discounted lift tickets that are loaded onto [my] pass” (link). The Colorado Pass website states “Passholder must be present with friend to receive discount. […]
From Snowboard Magazine: After a major snowstorm blanketed the central Rockies with up to two feet of snow this past weekend, Vail Resorts has decided to give Colorado skiers and snowboarders an early holiday gift this season. During this coming weekend only, Dec. 7-9, the popular Colorado Pass, Colorado Pass Plus, Summit Pass and Four […]
That’s right, both slopes have opened up and are ready for skiing. If you’ve got the Colorado Five Mountain pass then there’s no reason why you shouldn’t head up to A-Basin and get a few runs in. (link)