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Secret Stash: Purchase Your Ski Pass for 2014/2015

Posted by Breckenridge Associates Real Estate on Saturday, October 4th, 2014 at 12:13pm.

Snow has already made an appearance and the snow guns have already been turned on.  If you are trying to decide where you want to ski this season and which ski passes to buy for the 2014-2015, we've made it a little easier by doing the homework for you. We've compiled each of our local resorts' pass options for the season ahead. The countdown is on to opening day with targeted dates set for mid-October and early November.

Here's all the pass information you need for Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain, Loveland, Vail and Beaver Creek.

Vail Resorts (Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin - in Colorado) and (Park City, Heavenly, Kirkwood, Northstar, Canyons, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton)

Summit Value Pass
Adult - $489, Teen - $379, Child - $269
Unlimited access to Keystone and Arapahoe Basin.
Limited restrictions at Breckenridge.

Epic Local Pass
Adult - $569, Teen - $439, Child - $289
Unlimited access to Breckenridge, Keystone, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton and Araphoe Basin.
10 restricted days at Vail and Beaver Creek.
Limited restrictions at Park City, Heavenly, Northstar, Canyons and Kirkwood. (Most restrictions are during peak holiday weeks.) $59 pass holder tickets available for purchase during blackout dates at Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood.

Epic Pass
Adult- $749, Child - $389
Unlimited access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Canyons, Afton Alps, Arapahoe Basin, Heavenly, Park City, Northstar, Kirkwood,  Mt. Brighton. No restrictions.  Up to five free days at: Verbier, Switzerland and Les 3 Vallees, France. Five free days at Niseko United, Japan.

Purchase any of the above Vail Resorts passes here.
*All prices subject to change.

Copper Mountain Resort
Secret Pass
New this year! There are 24 hours in a day, so maximize your time on the slopes. The new Copper Secret Season Pass gets you on the mountain 15 minutes before everyone else AND there's a dedicated lift line so you can bypass any crowds!
Adult- $509, Teen- $409, Child- $319

Season Pass
Adult - $409, Teen - $309, Child - $219
Unlimited access to Copper Mountain. No restrictions.
5 free days of skiing at Mt. Ruapehu in New Zealand!

Four Pack
$159
4 days of skiing or snowboarding at Copper Mountain. No restrictions.

Woodward Season Pass
$289
Unlimited access to the 19,000 square feet of indoor wonderland.

Rocky Mountain Super Pass
Adult - $459, Teen - $359, Child - $249
Unlimited skiing and snowboarding at Winter Park and Copper Mountain.

Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus
Adult - $549, Teen - $409, Child - $289
Unlimited skiing and snowboarding at Winter Park and Copper Mountain. Plus, 6 days at Steamboat. Three days of skiing or riding at Crested Butte. No restrictions.

Purchase any of the above Copper Mountain Resort passes here.
*Prices Subject to Change

Arapahoe Basin

Season Pass
Adult - $289, Teen - $209, Child - $149
Unlimited skiing or snowboarding at Arapahoe Basin. No restrictions.
Three free ski days at Taos Ski Valley (New Mexico)

Double Down 2-Season Pass
$499
Unlimited skiing for the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 ski seasons. No restrictions.
Three free ski days at Taos Ski Valley (New Mexico)

Purchase any of the above Arapahoe Basin passes here.
*Prices Subject to Change

Loveland Ski Area
Season Pass
Adult - $379, Teen - $269, Child - $169
Unlimited skiing or snowboarding at Loveland. No restrictions.

Purchase any of the above Loveland passes here.
*Prices Subject to Change

Ski Resort Opening Days
Arapahoe Basin – Mid October
Loveland Ski Area – Mid October
Keystone Resort – October 31st
Copper Mountain Resort – October 31st
Breckenridge Ski Resort – November 7th
Vail – November 21st
Beaver Creek – November 26th

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