Sun Peaks joins other newcomers, Panorama, BC; Sugarloaf, ME; Grand Targhee, WY and Chamonix, France.
“As the second largest ski area in Canada and seventh largest in North America, Sun Peaks is thrilled to be connecting with this industry-leading collection of destinations. The value and opportunity for guests from around the world to experience so many incredible places together on one pass is amazing,” said Aidan Kelly, Chief Marketing Officer at Sun Peaks Resort
With a total of 23 destinations to experience and two complimentary days at each – all with zero blackout dates and 50 per cent off on additional days – it’s time to seek out your powder utopia and carve your own adventure. Canada’s second largest ski area is the perfect addition to the collective and they’re stoked to place among these bucket list destinations.
The Collective pass is now back on sale at just $469 USD (≈$640 CDN) for a limited time. Plus, the $99 USD (≈$135 CDN) kids pass and free third bonus day offers have been extended for a limited time, along with offering peace of mind in today’s turbulent times with a “No Questions Asked” guarantee that will allow you to receive a full refund on your pass purchase any time prior to October 16th, 2020.
Sun Peaks Resort’s addition to the Mountain Collective brings significant benefit for local Sun Peaks season pass holders too, as the pass holders will receive 50 per cent off on lift tickets purchased at all Mountain Collective resorts. This includes half price skiing at fantastic Western Canadian destinations such as Revelstoke, Panorama, Banff Sunshine, and Lake Louise, along with numerous other top resorts throughout North America and around the globe.