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Which Epic Pass should I buy? - 2014/15 Epic Passes now on sale

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‘Which Epic Pass should I buy?’ - 2014/15 Epic Passes are now on sale.

The Epic Pass is an unbelievable single lift ticket that gives you more than any other in North America. There are a number of versions of the Epic Pass available, all of them great value for money. So which Epic Pass should you buy in 2014/15?


Option 1 – The Epic Pass

As Vail Resorts put it – ‘Ski as much as you want, whenever you want’.   This option really gives you so much.

It’s a season long pass that gives you unlimited access to 12 resorts in the USA (Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton and Arapahoe Basin).

In addition you also quality for up to 15 free days skiing overseas in Verbier (Switzerland), Les 3 Vallees (France) and Niseko (Japan).  You are allowed five free consecutive days in each of these ski areas.

The Epic Pass costs €729 for adults and €379 for children (3-12 years old). 

If you’re a skier who likes to travel widely, if you are planning to ski in Europe/Japan and the States, then this is the option to go for.  

Or if you‘d like the kudos of having the best lift pass on the planet…!

Whether just for yourself or for the whole family, we can arrange your 2014/15 Epic Pass.

For a quote or to book, please call us on + 44 7827 811 477 (UK) or + 34 699 735 859 (Spain) or via Skype (codatravel), or simply complete our enquiry form.

Breckenridge

Option 2 – The Epic Local Pass

This is another season pass, but it only includes Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin, plus limited access to Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood, and ten restricted days at Vail or Beaver Creek.

The restricted days are for the opening weekend in November, Christmas week and certain dates in January and February.  You can view all the dates here.

The Epic Local Pass costs €549 for adults, €429 for teenagers and €279 for children (3-12 years old). 

If you’re taking a holiday to any of the main resorts, this is the ticket to buy. Also if you will be in Colorado and able to ski the other resorts on any non-restricted dates.

For a quote or to book, please call us on + 44 7827 811 477 (UK) or + 34 699 735 859 (Spain) or via Skype (codatravel), or simply complete our enquiry form.

Option 3 – The Epic 7 Day Pass

This option offers seven tickets, with no restrictions, and is valid at 11 resorts (Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton and Arapahoe Basin).

Given that the prices are the same as the Epic Local Pass, unless you are travelling on the restricted dates, it probably makes more sense to buy the Epic Local Pass instead.

 

Who can buy an Epic Pass?

There is no restriction on Epic Passes to domestic US customers.  We can help all international visitors to buy these Epic Pass options before their holiday.

We find most of our customers stay for 7 days or longer and so the Epic Passes are the cheapest option in most cases.

The passes can be used to charge food and other items while on the mountain, making your life easier.


Make sure you register for Epic Mix

Whatever Epic Pass you buy, you must make sure you register for Epic Mix.

This brilliant service is available as an app or via your desktop and allows you to make so much more of your ski holiday by allowing you to do the following and more:

•             Track Vertical Feet skied
•             Earn Pins
•             Share your activity on Facebook and Twitter
•             View and download your free photos taken on the mountain
•             Take part in EpicMix races
•             Track your progress with EpicMix Academy

 

For more details on any of the above, or accommodation in any North American resort, simply visit our website or complete our enquiry form.

Article by Iain Martin

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