Mountain Collective adds Niseko for even better value

snow action team 22.08.2017

The Mountain Collective ski pass was already the World’s most varied ski pass offering, working in both Southern and Northern winters as SNOWACTION demonstrated last month by skiing 3 resorts in 3 countries in 8 days across the Southern Hemisphere (Thredbo, Mt Hutt & Valle Nevado).
Now they have added Niseko United to the Japan offering – they already had Hakuba.

Hanazono powder

Sensational snow out wide of Hanazono with HPG’s Shintaro Kawaouchi © Owain Price

That gives them the top two Aussie favourite resort areas in Japan, with plenty of variety across the individual resort areas at both.
Plus you get a swag of the mightiest mountains in Canada and the USA – Sugarbush, Vermont and Snowbasin, Utah are new additions for 2017-2018, joining The Mountain Collective alliance alongside Alta, Aspen Snowmass, Banff Sunshine, Jackson Hole, Lake Louise, Mammoth, Revelstoke, Snowbird, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Sun Valley, Taos and Telluride.
As if that’s not enough you get inconic Chamonix, France, too – the resort with the World’s biggest vertical drop.
Additionally, existing partners Alta, Snowbird, Banff Sunshine, and Lake Louise will separate to operate as individual destinations within The Mountain Collective Pass, providing twice the number of days at popular destinations in Utah and Alberta, Canada. With these 2017-18 season additions, passholders will now have access to 40 days of skiing at 20 world renowned ski destinations – then 50% off any additional days at these destinations.
Right now you can get all of that for just $USD 469, less than the cost of 4 days individual tickets at some of the included ones.

Valle Nevado

Be skiing Valle Nevado, Chile the same afternoon you leave Australia or New Zealand! © Carmen Price

Absolutely amazing value to truly amazing resorts.
The only downside is our mad scheme to ski all of them in one year just got more complicated – stay tuned, we’re on a mission.
Grab your Mountain Collective pass here and start planning your own missions for next northern winter. Still plenty of time to emulate our 3 countries on one pass Southern Hemisphere too – Thredbo has awesome snow right now, Mt Hutt got slammed recently or the Remarkables & Coronet Peak are skiing fine, and Valle Nevado offers superb spring skiing in September thanks to the high altitude there.

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Reap the rewards of North America’s biggest vertical like Chris Pawlitsky at Revelstoko © Dave Windsor