Multiple Area Pass Chart

There's a neat chart on this Lift Blog post about various multi-area passes and how many areas/lifts total are included in each.

https://liftblog.com/2017/05/11/news-roundup-29/
- Sam

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  • edited May 2017

    There's a neat chart on this Lift Blog post about various multi-area passes and how many areas/lifts total are included in each.

    https://liftblog.com/2017/05/11/news-roundup-29/

    Here's a direct link.  This is just one scenario for 2018-19 if the KSL/Aspen resorts split off from the Mountain Collective and MAX Pass.
  • edited May 2017
    They didn't include the lowly Peak Pass. I make it as 74 lifts on 7 resorts. you could add on the Midwest Peak areas too. 61 lifts 8 resorts out there. 135 lifts 15 resorts in total.
    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
  • They did.  Scroll right and you see it.
  • Good chart, really helps to compare and visualize the state of play. I am at a phase of life where I can to some extent take advantage of this astounding emergence of multi-resort passes; empty nest, semi-retired, some disposable income. I'm just concerned that while this caters nicely to some mature participants, it will hurt the small areas that make the sport accessible to newbies and cut off the lifeblood of the industry.
  • edited May 2017
    I guess I need new glasses. Thanks I thought it was just 2. They must not be counting surface lifts
    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
  • I'm considering getting a Freedom Pass next season which would make a trip out west a possibility.
    - Sam
  • New Yorks SKI3 pass is part of Maxpass now, along with a few other new mountains
    Ski it or die trying
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