The Best Multi-Mountain Ski Passes for Western Canadians

Best Multi-Mountain Ski Passes for Western Canadians

The Best Multi-Mountain Ski Passes for Western Canadians 

Alright, folks, we’re almost there. The leaves are off the trees, the next thing to fall is going to be some snow; so let's make sure we aren’t scrambling to buy a pass last minute this year eh?

Don’t sweat it though, I've taken time out of my extremely busy day to write about what I believe are the best multi-mountain passes for western Canadians. 

So in no particular order, here are the best passes available for skiers and boarders in western Canada:

 

The Mountain Collective Pass 

The Mountain Collective is a great pass for both Americans and Canadians in that it offers a lot of different mountains. Currently, the pass includes 23 different mountains which EACH offers you 2 free days of skiing & 50% off any day afterwards! That's 46 days of free skiing!! If you’re an international traveller this is the pass for you as it includes many mountains in the US and others in Australia, New Zealand, South America, Japan, and France.

Canadian Mountains: Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Sunshine Village, Lake Louise Ski Resort, Panorama Mountain Resort, and Sun Peaks Resort. 

Price: USD 589

 

Ski Big Three - The Rocky Mountain Passport 

This pass truly gives you all the skiing you can handle with one price; if you’re in Alberta and don’t want to do too much travelling but also don’t want to stick on one mountain - this might be the pass for you! There are seven different mountains for which you receive UNLIMITED skiing!

Mountains: Lake Louise Ski Resort, Sunshine Village, Mt. Norquay, Fernie Alpine Resort, Kimberley Alpine Resort, Nakiska Ski Area, and Marmot Basin.

Price: CAD 3,169 for adults (cheaper options available for youth, students, seniors, and families)

 

Ikon Pass 

Another great option for those who might want to be doing some travelling now that COVID restrictions have loosened. The Ikon Pass gives you unlimited skiing at 15 different destinations (located in the US, QC, and ON) as well as 7 days of skiing at 31 different locations (including resorts in AB, BC, US, AUS, JP, CL, NZ, AT, IT, and CH). This pass is truly unparalleled in the number of options available with a total of 46 different mountains on the pass. 

Canadian Mountains: Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Cypress Mountain Resort, Red Mountain Ski Resort, Lake Louise Ski Resort, Sunshine Village, Mt. Norquay, Fernie Alpine Resort, Kimberley Alpine Resort, Nakiska Ski Area, and Marmot Basin.

Price: CAD 1,429 (cheaper options available for youth, students, seniors, and families)

 

Epic Pass

For the Whistler Blackcomb lovers, or for those who intend on spending a lot of time in the states this winter, the Epic Pass is a great option. This pass gives you unlimited access to Whistler, mountains across the US and a few in Australia. You also get 7 days of skiing at 6 different mountains in Canada and 5 days access at 11 different Japanese mountains. Lastly, there are mountains in Switzerland, Italy, Austria, and France where you’re given multiple days at each resort! Woah, epic!

Canadian Mountains: Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort, Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Nakiska Ski Area, Stoneham Mountain Resort, and Mont-Sainte Anne.

Price: USD 1,024 (currently on sale for $819 at the time of writing this)

 

I should mention that Paradise now has shops selling some of our awesome all-mountain skis around the slopes mentioned in this blog. Find a shop near you here

Ethan Shaheen
Ethan Shaheen


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