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Ski as much as you want, whenever you want with the Epic Pass

Ski as much as you want, whenever you want with the Epic Pass The Epic Pass is the best value lift pass if you are considering a ski holiday in the USA. Even though the pass is for the whole winter 2016/17 season, when purchased in advance it pays for itself in just over 5 days. In simple, it’s cheaper to buy an Epic Pass than buying locally.

You can only purchase an Epic Pass for a limited time. You will not be able to purchase one once in ski resort. Book your 2016/17 Epic Pass with Iglu Ski for unlimited skiing all winter in a wide range of ski resorts.

An epic pass gives unlimited access all season to these ski resorts:

2016-2017 Epic Pass Price:

Adult (13 years +) $809
Child (5-12 years) $419

With the Epic pass you could take one trip to Colorado, skiing as many of the mentioned resorts as you wish, then head to Tahoe later in the year for another trip all on one lift pass.

The Epic Pass provides our guests with ultimate ease and flexibility to revisit their favourite resorts, plus an opportunity to sample new destinations every year,” said Kirsten Lynch, chief marketing officer of Vail Resorts.

Find out more about Skiing in North America.

Epic Pass in Europe:

The Epic pass has teamed up with Verbier resorts in Switzerland to offer 5 days skiing in Verbier with your Epic pass. This is a perfect way to save money on your lift pass if you are considering a ski trip to USA and one to Switzerland during the season.

To get the 5 day lift pass for Verbier, you must book your accommodation directly through a hotel in Verbier. Unfortunately holiday bookings through a UK tour operator or travel agency won’t be valid to receive the 5 day pass.

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