Powder time: Epic Passes now on sale for the 2024-2025 winter season

by James Wilkinson

Epic Passes for the 2024/25 season go on sale, offering the lowest price of the year and the most benefit at Vail Resorts’ 42 mountains, are now on sale.

Launching at $982 and including 10 Buddy Tickets and six Ski with a Friend Tickets, the Epic Pass unlocks unlimited, unrestricted access to the best skiing and riding around the world, according to Vail Resorts CEO Kirsten Lynch.

She said ihe best time to plan your winter at world-class destinations like Vail Mountain, Whistler Blackcomb, Park City Mountain, Breckenridge, and Stowe, is now while the snow is still falling this winter.

“Our Pass options are designed to provide an incredible value to the best mountain resorts, whether you plan to ski and ride one day or every day,” she said.

“Guests can expect to have a better experience at our mountain resorts year after year thanks to our continued investments and innovations, including lift upgrades as well as our new My Epic app that provides interactive trail maps, lift line wait times and new Mobile Pass technology, each designed to enhance your day on mountain.”

In addition to the full Epic Pass, she said Vail Resorts offers multiple Pass options based on where, when and how frequently you want to ski or ride next season.

“Even skiers and riders who only want to visit one or a few days next season can save up to 65% off lift tickets by buying an Epic Day Pass now.

“Pass Holders get access to Epic Mountain Rewards for savings on the rest of their on-mountain trip, including 20% off on-mountain food and beverage, lodging, group ski and ride lessons, equipment rentals and more,” she said.

With Mobile Pass on the My Epic app, Pass Holders can also store their Pass directly on their phone, put their phone in their pocket, and get scanned, hands free via Bluetooth Low Energy technology.