The snow has started, and if you're still wondering how you can get your fill, skiing and riding the most versatile terrain in Colorado, look no further. Introducing the all new Colorado Triple Play. This is the ultimate multi-mountain access ski pass for the 2011-2012 season. It offers snow sports enthusiasts the opportunity to catch fresh tracks at Aspen/Snowmass, Steamboat and Winter Park Resort.
My past experience snowboarding has taught me that when it comes to different terrain, the bigger the better. Having access to numerous mountains helps you hone your skills as different mountains often have different specialties. The Colorado Triple Play is an amazing deal for opening up the possibility to play at three of the Nation's top mountains. Spend two days at Aspen/Snowmass, two days at Steamboat and two days at Winter Park Resort for a cost that won't break the bank.
Pricing on the pass is one of the most reasonable pass deals I've scouted this season; $299 for adults (13 & over) and $249 for children (12 & under) while supplies last and is available at http://www.ColoradoTriplePlay.com or check out participating retailers like Front Range Christy Sports.
Don't miss this chance to shred some of Colorado's best terrain. The Triple Play is your key to unlocking over 10,000 skiable, 13 gnarly terrain parks, and almost 15,000 exhilarating, vertical feet. Another added benefit of this pass is experiencing the culture of each mountain town. Each mountain area offers an amazing look into Colorado history with the modern amenities and exciting atmosphere we all look for in a mountain getaway.
With another La Nina year on our plate, and last year's recording breaking snowfall, it's sure to be a skier and riders winter. Get more information about each mountain, and the pass check out the following resources.
Winter Park Resort
November 16 to April 22
November 23 to April 15
November 24 to April 15