Intrawest to limit sales of two-resort passes |

Intrawest to limit sales of two-resort passes

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COPPER MOUNTAIN – Sales of the Rocky Mountain Super Pass good at Copper Mountain and Winter Park will cease Nov. 9 as Intrawest says it wants to prevent overcrowding.

Intrawest officials said an increased level of demand for the unrestricted pass has prompted the resorts to stop all sales, ensuring less crowding.

The pass can still be purchased for $319 at Front Range Pass Wagon events, and for $334 online or over the phone.

Children’s passes (ages 6-13) can be purchased for $129 in person, or for $144 online and over the phone. 

Several Front Range Pass Wagon events still remain on the schedule this fall. Event locations can be found at

Individual season passes at Copper Mountain and Winter Park/Mary Jane are also still available at the fall rate. Sales will continue at increased prices after Nov. 9. Individual resort pass pricing can also be found at

“The ability to offer the Rocky Mountain Super Pass at a competitive price this season has caused a substantial increase in demand for the pass,” said Wenda Huseman, vice president of marketing for Intrawest Colorado. “That increase prompted us to ask the question, “Do we sell until we can’t sell anymore, or do we cut off sales to ensure an optimal experience for our guests?’ The choice was an easy one.”

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