Sunday, April 8, 2018

Four New Resorts Joins The Powder Alliance For the 2018-2019 Winter Season

The Powder Alliance has added Sugar Bowl Resort, California, Loveland Ski Area, Colorado, Castle Mountain Resort, Alberta, Canada, and Ski Marmot Basin, Alberta, to its list of participating resorts for the 2018-2019 winter season.
Now spanning 4 countries and 2 hemispheres, the Powder Alliance is one of the world’s most powerful reciprocal season pass programs offering top-tier pass holders three days at 19 premier winter destinations.
Powder Alliance Resorts include Angel Fire, New Mexico, Arizona Snowbowl, Arizona, Bogus Basin, Idaho, Bridger Bowl, Montana, Castle Mountain Resort, Alberta, Canada, China Peak, California, Kiroro, Japan, La Parva, Chile, Loveland Ski Area, Colorado, Ski Marmot Basin, Alberta, Canada, Mountain High, California, Mt Hood Ski Bowl, Oregon, Schweitzer, Idaho, Sierra At Tahoe, California, Silver Star, British Columbia, Canada, Stevens Pass, Washington, Sugar Bowl Resort, California, Timberline, Oregon, and Whitewater, British Columbia, Canada.
Anytime season pass holders at each Powder Alliance resort receive 3 days at all the rest, non-holiday. Guests simply show an anytime 2018/19 season pass from a participating Powder Alliance area and receive skiing benefits at all the rest.
Crested Butte Mountain Resort, a former member of the Powder Alliance, has entered into a new, multi-year season pass partnership with Vail Resorts beginning with the 2018-19 winter season.
"We just made your winter road trip even more amazing by adding Ski Marmot Basin, Castle Mountain Resort, Sugar Bowl Resort, and Loveland Ski Area, four resorts that offer the highest standard of skiing and snowboarding. Whether you are covering the West Coast or hopping abroad to Japan and Chile, these are four mountains you definitely want to check out, if they aren’t already your hometown favorite", said John McColly, CMO of Mountain High, Calif., and Stevens Pass, Wash.
In 2014 the Powder Alliance was proudly named Best Season Pass Program by Ski Area Management magazine. In response to the development of other multi-area pass deals, a dozen Western resorts spread across nine states created the Powder Alliance to offer free lift access to "anytime" passholders from member resorts.

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