There’s a new Colorado ski pass on the Colorado ski scene, introducing the Colorado Triple Play. For $299, you get 2 days at Aspen/Snowmass, 2 days at Steamboat and 2 days at Winter Park during the 2011/12 season.
Not bad. That’s actually 6 mountains, 20,066 vertical rise, 1,776 inches of snow on average, 85 lifts, 636 trails, 13 terrain parks and 11,346 skiable acres.
Passes can be purchased online at www.ColoradoTriplePlay.com; and, at participating Colorado Front Range Christy Sports stores. The Colorado Triple Play will available for $299 for adults (13 & over) and $249 for children (12 & under) while supplies last.
All three resorts received abundant and consistent snowfall last season and signs are pointing toward another bountiful La Nina weather forecast for the upcoming winter. The 2011/2012 winter season is currently scheduled to operate:
Winter Park Resort November 12 to April 22 www.winterparkresort.com
Steamboat November 23 to April 15 www.steamboat.com
Aspen/Snowmass November 19 to April 15 www.aspensnowmass.com
Passes may only be purchased at participating Front Range Christy Sports stores or online at www.ColoradoTriplePlay.com. Passes must be purchased 7 days in advance of the first day of use and are not available for purchase on-site at resorts. Passes are nontransferable, cannot be combined with other offers, and include a blackout period of Dec. 27-31. Visit www.ColoradoTriplePlay.com for additional information and restrictions.