Vail resorts adds two more western ski areas to its Epic Pass offering. Vail operates 15 mountain resorts and three urban ski areas in the US along with Canadian and Australian resorts. Carolyn Murray has this:
Sun Valley Resort and Snowbasin Resort jointly announced they are joining the Epic Pass alliance beginning with the 2019-2020 winter season. Both ski areas are family-owned businesses. They said the Epic Pass will provide their guests with access to all Vail Resorts-owned and operated destinations.
The pass offerings include enhancing the existing Sun Valley and Snowbasin season passes giving these pass holders a 50 % discount on Vails destinations.
Epic Pass holders will receive seven days of skiing and riding with no blackout dates at Sun Valley and Snowbasin and then 50 percent off day passes beginning on the 8th day and going forward through the season.
The Epic Locals Pass, the Epic 7-Day Pass and the Epic 4-Day passes have restrictions that are outlined on epicpass.com.
Sun Valley Ski Resort was established in 1936. It’s located in the mountains of Idaho.
Snowbasin Ski Resort is in Huntsville, Utah about 50 minutes from Park City.
Both resorts are part of the Grand America Hotels and Resorts group.
Go to sunvalley.com or snowbasin.com for more information.