Epic Pass sales start for 2014-15 winter season
April 16, 2014
BROOMFIELD — Vail Resorts has announced that the Epic Pass is now on sale for the 2014-15 season at epicpass.com. The pass provides unlimited and unrestricted skiing and riding at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado; Canyons in Park City, Utah; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood at Lake Tahoe; Afton Alps in Minnesota; and Mt. Brighton in Michigan for the 2014-15 winter season. New this year, the Epic Pass also offers five free consecutive ski days at Niseko United in Japan.
The Epic Pass is $729 for adults and $379 for children (ages 5-12). People can pay $49 by April 13 to lock in the guaranteed lowest price. The remaining amount will be due in mid-September. Purchasers will receive six "Buddy Tickets" this spring and scenic chairlift access at Colorado, Utah and Lake Tahoe resorts during the summer months.
According to a company release, the pass provides access to 28,830 skiable acres, 27,136 vertical feet, 34 terrain parks and 40 skiing bowls.
"The Epic Pass continues to be an industry-changing ski pass and the best pass deal for skiers and snowboarders across the snow sports industry," said Kirsten Lynch, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Vail Resorts. "There's a reason we sell the Epic Pass in 80 countries and all 50 states. This is the one pass that lets you chase the powder at the world's finest resorts, including Japan. This is the pass for true skiers and riders."
“There’s a reason we sell the Epic Pass in 80 countries and all 50 states. This is the one pass that lets you chase the powder at the world’s finest resorts, including Japan. This is the pass for true skiers and riders.”
Executive vice president, chief marketing officer of Vail Resorts
Several pass options are available for the 2014-15 season. For more information, go to http://www.epicpass.com.
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