Come Hither: Alta, Aspen, Jackson and Squaw/Alpine team up.
The new motto for resorts this season just might be All for One, One for All, as four of the biggest names in the sport have banded together to offer a unique, unified ski pass. The new Mountain Collective pass, working with Liftopia, offers eight days of skiing at Alta, Aspen/Snowmass, Jackson Hole, and Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows for $349.
Not big on cold temperatures or fighting traffic driving to the mountains, but still want to ski? Colorado entrepreneur Sadler Merrill has an answer for Denver-area skiers and riders. Earlier this summer, he opened the indoor ski facility SNÖBAHN, which houses three ski slopes and a tubing hill, along with, of course, an European ski-lodge-themed restaurant and après bar.
Join us in Steamboat Springs for a weekend of health and wellness.
Industry Leaders SKI Magazine & Yoga Journal Join Forces to Bring Wellness Seekers an Unforgettable Weekend Event
SKI and Yoga Journal bring an exciting all-new event program to Steamboat Ski Resort in January 2017. Skiers and yogis alike will enjoy community, live music, training, and experiential partner activations over the course of a three-day weekend in the mountains.
The answer is: it depends whom you ask (and we’ll see).
The reverberations of the blockbuster billion-dollar deal announced this week that Vail Resorts purchased Whistler Blackcomb are already starting to be felt, both by skiers and other resort operators. “The competitive environment just went up a full notch,” says Andy Wirth, President and CEO of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows in California’s Lake Tahoe basin, where three Vail Resorts ski areas already operate.