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Aspen Skiing Company Announces 2024-25 Season Pass Pricing

Aspen Skiing Company Announces 2024-25 Season Pass Pricing

Aspen Skiing Company (SkiCo) announced its season pass pricing for the 2024-25 winter season on Tuesday.

The range of its passes offers access to 5,600 acres of skiing across four mountains. SkiCo launched the passes two months earlier than previous seasons to give guests more time to plan their winter, the company said in a news release. 

The passes also include a complimentary membership to Protect Our Winters (POW), a non-profit that mobilizes outdoor enthusiasts to be climate advocates and protect outdoor spaces.

“Summer is just beginning, but I am already counting down to another amazing ski season here at Aspen Snowmass,” said SkiCo CEO Geoff Buchheister, in the news release. “We have so much to look forward to, including the new Coney Express chair at Snowmass and continued exploration of the new Hero’s terrain at Aspen Mountain. We are also proud to offer POW memberships to our passholders this season, and we welcome our guests to join us in the fight against climate change.”

The Premier Pass costs $1,899 for Aspen Chamber and Resort Association members and $2,974 for non-chamber members. It provides unlimited skiing and riding across all four mountains with no blackout dates, a complimentary Ikon Base Pass, an uphill pass, exclusive discounts and benefits, and unlimited summer sightseeing access.

The benefits include transferable vouchers for discounted lift tickets, lessons, and rentals for friends and family; passholder discounts on ski and snowboard lessons, rentals, parking and dining; and 50% off passholder discounts on lift tickets at other Mountain Collective destinations.

Premier passes cost $2,219 for seniors, $889 for children, teens, and college students, and $749 for premier silver passes (people who are 70 years old and up).

The Alpine Passes give passholders season-long access to all four mountains, allowing guests the flexibility to ride one or two days each week with no blackout dates. The Alpine One-Day Pass costs $1,199 for chamber members and $1,419 for non-chamber members; the Alpine Two-Day pass costs $1,674 for chamber members and $2,079 for non-chamber members when purchased by Sept. 13. Additional days can be added for 50% off the one-day in-resort ticket rate.

The Valley Pass, which is available only to Roaring Fork Valley residents with a Colorado driver’s license with an eligible address, costs $499 when purchased by Sept. 13. It offers seven days across all four mountains with no blackout dates. Additional days can be added for 30% off the one-day in-resort ticket rate. 

SkiCo will offer a one-week, in-person sale of the Valley Pass for residents outside of the Roaring Fork Valley between Oct. 21-27 at the Aspen Mountain Ticket Office. Individuals must be present to purchase the pass, and it is limited to one pass per person. 

Uphill passes will be required for all individuals traveling uphill on the four mountains this winter. The Uphill Pass costs $69 and is good for the entire season, with $10 of each Uphill Pas going to Mountain Rescue Aspen. It is included at no charge to Premier Pass holders.

Guests can purchase their season passes online and reload their Aspen cards, or they can utilize pickup boxes located at the bases of all four mountains to print their passes and avoid lines at the ticket offices. 

SkiCo is continuing the Tenants for Turns program this winter, which offers incentives to homeowners to rent a unit, guest house, ADU, or bedroom to a company employee in exchange for a full season pass. It will begin accepting landlord or homeowner applications on July 8.

All landlord leases must begin after Oct. 1 and the landlord application deadline is Dec. 1. Anyone considering participating in Tenants for Turns is encouraged to purchase a season pass while the passes are at their lowest prices. Homeowners who end up participating in the program will be eligible for a refund if they lease to an employee and are approved by HR after purchasing their season pass.


By: Staff Report I The Aspen Times I June 25, 2024

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