Vail Resorts adds two new mountains to Epic ski and snowboard pass

Feb 7 2019, 7:14 am

Vail Resorts have added two new destinations to their Epic Pass.

The Epic Pass is a ski and snowboard pass – available in a season, seven-day, or four-day pass – that gives riders the ability to shred at any participating mountain resorts.

As of the 2019/2020 winter season, Sun Valley Resort and Snowbasin resort will become a part of the Epic Pass alliance that spans around the world.

Sun Valley Resort, located in Idaho, is known as one of the first-ever destination ski resorts in the United States, and the location of the world’s first chairlift.

Snowbasin Resort, located in Utah, is less than 40 minutes away from the Salk Lake City International Airport and played host venue for several events of the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Both resorts are members of the Grand America Hotels and Resorts family.

Epic Pass holders will receive a full week of skiing or snowboarding with no restrictions at both resorts. The Epic Local Pass, seven-day pass, and four-day pass offer similar features with little to no blackouts.

The Epic pass also includes more than 60 resorts across eight different countries, including Vail, Beaver Creek, Whistler Blackcomb, Breckenridge, and limited day access to Telluride, Fernie, and Kicking Horse, to name a few.

So, who’s in for a road trip?

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