The 4by40 pass returns for new year


Didn’t receive the gift you wanted over the holidays? Winter Park and Steamboat, two of the best resorts in North America and perennial Colorado favorites, have brought back for a limited time the popular 4by40 Pass, offering two days at each resort throughout the 2011/2012 season.

“This exclusive offer is a great way to ring in the New Year and ensure you are ready when the snow starts to pile up because we all know it will,” said Rob Perlman, senior vice president for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation. “The 4by40 pass has been extremely popular and providing an additional month to grab ahold of one of these unique passes is our New Year’s gift to skiers and riders.”

U.S. Highway 40 connects two of Colorado’s favorite resorts; therefore it’s only appropriate that the 4by40 pass provides the best deal to skiers and riders at Winter Park Resort and Steamboat. The pass is a great value, offering incredible terrain and unbeatable snow just off the beaten path; it’s the ideal way for guests to savor these two genuine Colorado resorts.

Limited quantities of the 4by40 Passes will be available online through January 31 at The 4by40, a photo pass, offers fantastic value for skiing and riding at two of Colorado’s premier resorts with two days at Steamboat and two days at Winter Park for only $229. Passes may only be purchased in person at Winter Park Resort’s season pass office or online at and must be purchased 48-hours in advance of the first day of use.

In addition, a special lodging opportunity is being featured that ensures you’ll be rested and ready to tackle the slopes with your 4by40 Pass. The 4by40 Lodging Pass is an advanced purchase accommodations option that includes one night in a studio unit at the Fraser Crossing & Founders Pointe and one night at the Steamboat Grand for $298 and a two night option at each location for $519. This Lodging Pass must be purchased at the same time as the 4by40 Pass. Reservations are required and additional restrictions apply; see for complete details and requirements.

With the 4by40 Pass, skiers and riders will enjoy Mary Jane’s world-renowned moguls and Winter Park’s extraordinary alpine bowl and highest six-passenger lift as well as Steamboat’s western hospitality, famous trees and legendary Champagne Powder® snow. 4×40 Pass connoisseurs have access to a combined total of more than 300 trails, 6,000+ acres and over 6,200+ vertical feet of terrain across these two genuine Colorado resorts.


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