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It was just announced today that Vail Resorts is adding Snowbasin and Sun Valley to the Epic Pass in a multi-year alliance.  It begins next winter season.  Below are the most important bullet points detailing how many days different passes get at the two ski resorts.  This is directly from the official press release from pnrnewswire.com which you can read here.

  • Sun Valley Resort and Snowbasin Resort join the Epic Pass, Epic Local, Epic 7-Day and Epic 4-Day passes beginning with the 2019-20 winter season in a multi-year alliance.
  • Epic Pass holders will receive seven days of skiing or snowboarding with no restrictions at both Sun Valley and Snowbasin.
  • Epic Local Pass holders receive two days at each resort with minimal restrictions.
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It is no secret that the Epic and new Ikon ski passes are changing the game for Utah Resorts and their patrons.  The Epic Pass was introduced 10 years ago, and the Ikon Pass was just into effect this ski season.  The Epic Pass includes all the resorts under the Vail Umbrella, and Alterra Mountain’s Ikon Pass at a number of resorts across the world, including three in Utah. 

It really has persuaded many skiers and boarders to get season passes and the ski industry sees that as a good thing.  More people are now able to afford to travel to other destinations to ski, going places they probably didn't plan on before these passes were offered.  Park City Resort under the umbrella of Vail and with Deer Valley Resort now under Alterra, it has certainly

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The Epic Pass gives you access to the largest resort in the United States, Park City Resort right here in Park City along with 65 other resorts!  Early bird pricing is still happening but that ends on October 7th!  So, you only have a few more days to get the best deal and secure a winter of powder skiing here in Utah and several other places around the globe.  If you can't be globe trotting this winter you can always just purchase the Epic Local Pass that gives you 27 resorts with restrictions on major holidays.  

Right now the Epic Pass (unrestricted, unlimited skiing/snowboarding at all 65 resorts) is $929, the Epic Local Pass (with restrictions and 27 resorts) is $689.  

Here are some details on the other types of passes you can get: 


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