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: NISEKO 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!
Big Sky, Montana
Big Sky, Montana