Telluride Resort and Solitude Mountain announce ticket swap

Telluride Ski Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort are joining forces to bring a new opportunity to their respective season pass holders: a ticket exchange. Those who hold season passes to either resort will be able to spend three days free at the other resort during the 2013-14 season.

“This opportunity allows Telluride pass holders to check out what’s happening in Utah and Utah skiers to experience the best Colorado has to offer,” said Heidi Lauterbach, Sponsorship Manager for Telluride Ski Resort. “This partnership of two unique resorts brings the best of skiing together.”

For more on Telluride and Solitude’s new deal, read the press release below:

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TELLURIDE, Colorado (September 9, 2013) – Telluride Ski Resort has some of the most spectacular terrain in Colorado for every ability of skier. Amazing views, great dining and a town with historical character and charm compliment a Telluride experience.

Solitude Mountain Resort boasts over 500 inches of snow annually covering 1200 acres of incredible terrain on 65 runs and three bowls, making it a Utah must for every ski enthusiast. And let’s not forget Honeycomb Canyon with its off-piste terrain similar to Telluride’s.

These two unique resorts have come together to offer a great opportunity for full season pass holders at each mountain to get out and experience something new and different this season. Telluride Ski Resort full season pass holders will now be able to experience three free days of skiing at Solitude Mountain Resort and the same for Solitude full season pass holders this 2013-14 ski season.

Telluride Season Pass holders will also get the added benefit of being able to get some early season and late season turns in as Solitude opens November 14 and closes April 20. Both resorts will have blackout dates for the exchange during the Holiday Season, December 26 through 31, 2013. Telluride Season Pass holders will also receive the added benefits of 10% off all on-mountain food & beverage and 10% any resort lodging at Solitude.

“We are excited to offer our collective pass holders and loyal customers an opportunity to not only explore new and exciting terrain but to enjoy two of the most naturally beautiful areas in the country”, said Dave DeSeelhorst, General Manager for Solitude Mountain Resort.

For more information about the season pass exchange and the purchasing of a Telluride Ski Resort full season pass please visitwww.tellurideskiresort.com or call the Pass Office at 970-728-7517.

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