10 Signs You NEED The Mountain Collective Pass
Everyone has their own preference when it comes to how they get their shred on during winter. Some snowboarders prefer to only ride their home mountain and form a tight-knit “locals’ community”. Others take one big seven-day trip to a foreign land once a year. And still, others go for a more explorative snowboard season, tracking vertical feet at as many different resorts around the globe as they can.
Sound like you?
Then read on to discover why you NEED The Mountain Collective Pass. You’re going to love where it takes you.
1. You don’t like to stay in one place too long.
Like to go with the wind? With The Mountain Collective Pass (TMC), you get 32 days at 16 world class destinations. Eleven in the United States. Three in Canada. Two in the Southern Hemisphere. Two in Asia. And one in both South America and Europe.
2. You hate blackout days on the mountain.
You can use The Mountain Collective pass at any of the 16 mountains, anytime throughout the winter.
3. You’ve always wanted to put your Spanish to the test.
With Valle Nevado on the pass, in Vitacura, Santiago, Chile, you can practice your español as you explore 7,000 acres of rideable terrain, soak in the outdoor jacuzzi, and take advantage of the continent’s best heliboarding. Dios mío!
4. You’ve always wanted to plan a true “out west” road trip.
Start in Aspen Snowmass in March, Colorado’s snowiest month, and make sure your rental has some good snow tires. Enjoy snowboarding through the beautiful trees there for a couple days. After that, head south to Telluride, where the nightlife is sure not to disappoint. Finally, end up in New Mexico at Taos Ski Valley, and learn some Native American history while you’re there. Drive safe!
5. You believe in protecting the environment.
With TMC pass, you receive a free one-year membership to POW (Protect Our Winters) and a welcome kit, which includes a POW sticker and a monthly newsletter.
6. You need a pass your whole family can afford.
Kids passes are $99. And adult passes are $489. The pass has the potential to pay for itself in five or six visits.
7. You want to show off on Instagram.
Have you seen @collectivepass on Instagram? Yes, this can all be yours too.
8. You’ve never snowboarded outside of the country.
Travel bug got you? This is the year. Pack your bags, make sure your passport is up to date, and get outta here. The Mountain Collective pass allows you to ride at Hakuba Valley in Japan, and new for the 2017/2018 season is the addition of Niseko United. Think of all the amazing sushi you’ll eat after snowboarding … Kon’nichiwa!
9. You love a good bargain.
You get to enjoy 50% off additional days at any of The Mountain Collective destinations, which applies to single day lift tickets, and you receive up to 25% off the normal price at some of the best hotels and condos.
10. You’re a snowboard bum at heart.
We don’t blame you. You love to travel, and snowboard, and you’ve figured out a way to do both. Whether you’re a digital nomad and found a remote job, or you’re just crashing on random people’s couches, way to go, you’ve committed. This is the pass for you.
Get The Mountain Collective pass here.