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Epic Pass pricing for next year announced

Now is the best time to grab an Epic Pass for next year's ski season.
Credit: Vail Resorts

COLORADO, USA — With some time left in the current ski/snowboard season, it might feel early to be thinking about next year; however, now is the best time to secure the best price for next winter season.

Early-bird Epic Pass pricing was just released and prices have increased anywhere from $40 to $60 on many passes, compared with last year.

One of the more popular passes, the Epic Local Pass, is currently available for $676, or an 8% increase from last year's price of $626. It still remains lower than the prices seen pre-pandemic.

The Local Pass gives avid skiers/snowboarders unlimited access to Colorado resorts like Breckenridge, Keystone, Crested Butte, along with many others located across the United States and the world. It also includes 10 days total at Vail and Beaver Creek. Holiday access is excluded with this version of the pass.

Separately, the full Epic Pass without restrictions is due to cost $909, higher than its starting price of $841 last season. This version offers unlimited access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Crested Butte and Park City. Seven total days are also offered to partner resorts such as Telluride. As a change from previous years, Telluride will start requiring reservations for Epic Pass holders.

However, if you don't see yourself going to the mountains as often, you can opt for Epic Day passes. This will give you a set number of single-day passes based on a variety of factors. The cheapest option giving access to Colorado resorts (Keystone, Crested Butte) starts at $78.

Region-only passes are also available. Discounts are also offered for students, military (active duty, retired and dependents), seniors and those with permanent disabilities.

You can visit epicpass.com to purchase 2023/24 passes.

A skier in the back bowls of Vail Mountain Resort.


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