Arapahoe Basin to join Mountain Collective pass |

Arapahoe Basin to join Mountain Collective pass

A snowboarder rides in a terrain park in June at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.
Courtesy Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area announced Tuesday in an email that it would join The Mountain Collective pass for winter 2019-20.

The announcement comes just four days after A-Basin announced it would join the Ikon Pass after ditching Epic in February.

The Mountain Collective pass offers two days each at 18 resorts, including Jackson Hole in Wyoming, Alta and Snowbird in Utah, Big Sky in Montana, and Mammoth and Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows in California. A-Basin joins Aspen Snowmass as the only Colorado resorts on the pass.

The pass costs $489 for adults and $199 for children 12 and younger. There are no blackouts. Passholders get 50% off the window ticket prices at each resort. A-Basin season passholders also can purchase half-price tickets at all Mountain Collective resorts.

Find more information, including a complete list of resorts, at

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