2024–25 Epic Ski Pass Now on Sale, Here’s What You Get for It


Every winter, skiers and snowboarders across North America hit the slopes at popular resorts like Vail, Breckenridge, and Whistler, sometimes traveling to multiple in one season. In these cases, it’s often best to invest in a multi-property pass like the Epic Pass, offered by Vail Resorts and valid at locations around the world. 

The 2023–24 winter ski season is winding down, and avid winter sportspeople are looking forward to this fall. The Epic Pass for the 2024–25 winter season is now available, with different tiers offering varied levels of access and other perks. 

The all-inclusive Epic Pass permits unlimited access to resorts across the United States, as well as Whistler Blackcomb in Canada and Andermatt–Sedrun–Disentis in Swizerland. You’ll even have unlimited skiing Down Under starting in 2025 at Perisher, Falls Creek, and Hothum in Australia. The Epic Pass also grants seven days total at Telluride resort in Colorado, seven days at resorts in the Canadian Rockies, and five days total each at Hakuba Valley and Rusutsu in Japan. On top of that, the Epic Pass allows entry to 26 European partner resorts across France, Italy, Switzerland, and Austria. Adults can get it all for $982 each per person for the season. 

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The Epic Local Pass, available for $731 per adult, also grants unlimited access to many ski resorts across the U.S. But visitors to Vail, Beaver Creek, and Whistler Blackcomb only get 10 total days of use (which excludes peak dates). It also limits users to five total days at Andermatt–Sedrun–Disentis, five days at Crans–Montana also in Switzerland, and five days each at Hakuba Valley and Rusutsu. 

If money is an issue, not to worry. You can create your own custom Epic Day Pass with varying levels of access for as little as $52 a day. 

All passes are on sale now on the Epic Pass website. 

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