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Stowe and Taos join the Mountain Collective for winter 2015/16

Stowe and Taos join the Mountain Collective for winter 2015/16 And since 29/09/2015 The Mountain Collective has now partnered with Chamonix.

The Mountain Collective is collaboration between some of the finest ski destinations in the world. Purchasing one of these passes gives you a lift ticket that includes 2 days skiing in all partner resorts and 50% off additional days at each resort.

Stowe in Vermont and Taos in New Mexico as the latest additions to the Mountain Collection partnership. Stowe will be the first resort on the East Coast to be included and with Taos as an addition, the pass now extends to New Mexico.

The pass stretches to selected ski areas in USA, Canada, Australia, Japan and now Europe.

Resorts already part of the partnership are:

Global Affiliates:
  • Hakuba Valley - Japan
  • Valle Nevado - Chile
  • Chamonix - France

Last year Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine Village joined the Mountain Collective pass. And this summer (Australia’s winter) was the first time Thredbo was part of the collaboration.

The Mountain Collective Pass now grants access to 14 resorts, 35 mountains, with more than 48 000 acres of terrain and 271 lifts. Passes are available at Each pass holder will receive 2 days at all the 14 ski resorts mentioned above plus other benefits.

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