Powdr Corp-owned Copper Mountain opted in to partner with Intrawest for another season. The mountain continues to offer its own single-mountain pass, but for slightly more money, skiers and riders can add unlimited skiing at Winter Park and six days at Steamboat. "Copper is thrilled to continue the relationship with Winter Park and Steamboat, because really, the three-mountain Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus is the only pass for Coloradans looking to escape the crowds," said Jesse True, vice president of sales & marketing for Copper Mountain Resort. For a limited time, Intrawest is offering all three Colorado resorts for the same price as its two mountain Winter Park/Mary Jane and Copper Super Pass.Essentially, it provides six unrestricted days at Steamboat for free. It's priced at $419 for the next three weeks, and buyers can put $49 down to secure their pass for next season. Prices are guaranteed through April 9. The pass has no blackout dates. The $49 partial pay, down payment option is only available for a limited time, cannot be refunded, and final payment cannot be canceled. Visit www.skicolorado.com or call (800) 977-SNOW to renew or purchase new. Insurance is available at $20 per adult per pass and $10 per child per pass. A Winter Park Four Pass or a Copper Mountain Four Pack can be insured for $10 per pass.Super Pass Plus holders get 20 friends and family discounted tickets (10 for Winter Park and 10 for Copper) as well as food and beverage, retail, rental and ski and ride discounts at Winter Park and Copper. Summer 2012 benefits are also included. Other pass products include the single mountain pass at Winter Park/Mary Jane for $369, the Winter Park Four Pass at $149 and the Copper Mountain Four Pack at $139. An exclusive Steamboat Springs pass costs $959.
Copper Mountain remains on IntraWest's Super Pass Plus
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