Mon­tana and Ja­pan Added to The Moun­tain Col­lec­tive

In­clude Big Sky and Niseko United to your win­ter bucket list with one of the best deals in ski­ing

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One of the orig­i­nal multi-re­sort passes, The Moun­tain Col­lec­tive re­turns for the 2018-19 win­ter with two key ad­di­tions: the big­gest ski­ing in Amer­ica at Big Sky, Mon­tana, and the pow­der haven of Niseko United, Ja­pan. These two ad­di­tions join a stacked lineup of the world’s best ski ar­eas all on one pass. At $469 for 17 iconic des­ti­na­tions, with two days of ski­ing or rid­ing at each re­sort and no black­out dates, the Moun­tain Col­lec­tive is the best deal in ski­ing. Be­yond the two days at each par­tic­i­pat­ing re­sort, skiers or rid­ers re­ceive a 50 per­cent dis­count on all ad­di­tional days with no black­out dates. Passh­old­ers also re­ceive two days at each Global Af­fil­i­ate Desti­na­tion, Cha­monix (France) and Valle Ne­vado (Chile). And kids aged 12 and un­der ski and ride for only $99. Even more, ben­e­fits avail­able to Moun­tain Col­lec­tive pass hold­ers in­clude ex­clu­sive lodg­ing deals and a com­pli­men­tary, one-year Pro­tect Our Win­ters (pro­tec­tour­win­ters.org) mem­ber­ship. Big Sky and Niseko United join Alta, Aspen Snow­mass, Banff Sun­shine, Coronet Peak – The Re­mark­ables, Jack­son Hole, Lake Louise, Mam­moth, Revel­stoke, Snow­basin, Snow­bird, Squaw Val­ley Alpine Mead­ows, Su­gar­bush, Sun Val­ley, Taos, and Thredbo in the Moun­tain Col­lec­tive al­liance of 17 iconic des­ti­na­tions. Learn more at Moun­tain­col­lec­tive.com.

Niseko United’s gon­dola ac­cesses the best pow­der ter­rain in the world, while Big Sky’s Lone Peak tow­ers over the big­gest ski­ing in Amer­ica.

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