Epic Australia Pass aka World's best ski pass value is back!

snow action team 25.08.2016

Epic Australia Pass is back! On sale today for an amazing $AUD 759 adults, $429 students or $499 seniors. We called it the World’s Best Ski Pass Value last year, and it’s even more so for next year.

SnowAction getting our money's worth out of our Epic Australia Pass at Vail in January © Matthew Boumphrey

SnowAction getting our money’s worth out of our Epic Australia Pass at Vail in January © Matthew Boumphrey

Firstly you get all season, unrestricted access to Australia’s #1 resort, Perisher in winter 2017. Hey, it’s a bit further up the highway and the coffee is not up to Melbourne standards, but most of our Victorian readers could fit in a few days there, never mind all those from NSW within easy driving distance who can rack up heaps of days.

Then there’s the fun bit for North America: you get access to Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado; Park City in Utah; and Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe, California; and iconic Whistler Blackcomb in Canada, during the 2017-2018 season (pending completion of the transaction). Plus you also receive a total of 10 days at Vail or Beaver Creek, combined.

True, all U.S. resort access is now subject to certain holiday restrictions (24/11/17 – 25/11/17; 19/12/17 – 31/12/17; 13/1/18; 17/2/18 – 18/2/18; 10/3/18; 17/3/18; 24/3/18).
But unless you plan on the Xmas period then the other holiday dates are not hard to work around.

Plus you have the option now to upgrade to an unrestricted Epic Australia Pass that allows all season skiing at all the resorts above, including Vail and Beaver Creek.

With day passes up to $USD 170 the Epic Australia Pass pays for itself in as little as 3 days skiing in America, never mind at home.

Considering a few years back you couldn’t get a season pass just for at home under $1,200 or so it’s a huge deal.

You only need a deposit of $49 to secure the lowest Epic Australia Pass rates.

Check full details and upgrade options at www.epicaustraliapass.com.au

Lost in space at Vail © Owain Price

Lost in space at Vail © Owain Price