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THIS SEA­SON’S MOUN­TAIN COL­LEC­TIVE PASS NOW OF­FERS 34 DAYS OF SKI­ING AT 17 OF THE WORLD’S TOP RE­SORT DES­TI­NA­TIONS WORLD­WIDE. EX­PAND­ING TO IN­CLUDE JA­PAN’S NISEKO UNITED AND BIG SKY, MONTANA AS FULL PART­NERS, THE MOUN­TAIN COL­LEC­TIVE PASS BRINGS EVEN MORE TECH­NI­CAL TER­RAIN AND BUCKET LIST DES­TI­NA­TIONS INTO THE FOLD. WITH SKI­ING THIS GOOD, IT’S AL­MOST IR­RE­SPON­SI­BLE TO PASS IT UP.

RE­SORT HIGHLIGHT: BIG SKY, MONTANA

Big Sky Re­sort is big­ger than your imag­i­na­tion. With more than 5,800 acres of con­tigu­ous ski­able ter­rain and a ver­ti­cal of 4,350 feet, Big Sky Re­sort of­fers ski­ing that’s un­matched any­where else. No mat­ter whether it’s the chutes off of Head­wa­ter’s Ridge or 300 de­grees of ski­ing off of Lone Peak, which stands at 11,166 feet, your best days of ski­ing are still in front of you. Plus, with an aver­age of 400 inches of snow an­nu­ally, Big Sky Re­sort of­fers end­less pow­der pock­ets. If you haven’t ex­pe­ri­enced Big Sky Re­sort, then you haven’t ex­pe­ri­enced The Big­gest Ski­ing in Amer­ica.

RE­SORT HIGHLIGHT: NISKEO UNITED

Niseko United is one of Ja­pan’s premier ski re­sorts, with over 2,000 acres of ski­able ter­rain split over four di­verse re­sorts. Lo­cated on Ja­pan’s northern is­land of Hokkaido, Niseko United is just a two-hour flight from Tokyo. Niseko’s charm has al­ways been its sheer quan­tity of ex­cel­lent snow—some of the dri­est, light­est pow­der in the world. Fac­tor in Japanese cui­sine and cul­ture around ev­ery cor­ner, award-win­ning in­ter­na­tional restau­rants, great lo­cal bars, and a wel­com­ing vibe that beck­ons in­ter­na­tional trav­el­ers, and you’ll un­der­stand why peo­ple fly from all around the world to ex­pe­ri­ence the stoke at Niseko United. Come visit us and see what the fuss is all about!

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