Labor Day Weekend is here and that symbolizes the end of summer for most people which means it is time to light up those grills one last time and say goodbye to summer. To winter enthusiasts it is also a reminder that winter and skiing are not that far away. It may be the final weekend of summer, but to some it is time to break out the skis and equipment and get ready for the new ski season.
The holiday weekend is also the last opportunity people will have to purchase an Epic Pass at a discounted price before they go up after September 4th, 2023. The Epic Pass gives you access to Vail Resorts across the U.S., Canada, France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Japan, and Australia. In total, the Epic Pass gives a skier or rider the opportunity to hit 65 resorts throughout the world.
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The Epic Pass has many different options to select from which allows a person to choose the best option that suits them. One option is an unlimited pass which gives a person access to any of the resorts on the Epic Pass with some restrictions. There are also regional passes that Epic Pass offers for skiers or riders who are looking to stay closer to home and not travel around the world. The Epic Pass includes Epic Mountain Rewards, which includes 20% off food, lodging, group lessons, rentals & more. The only resort on the Epic Pass which will require reservations for the 2023/24 season will be Telluride.
Epic Pass posted this on its Facebook Page:
“The countdown to winter is ONCheck out our resort target opening dates this season and let us know in the comments where you plan on skiing and riding!
Don’t wait to lock in your Epic Pass. Prices go up Sept. 4 and lift tickets will be limited this season.*Please note that these dates are subject to change based on weather and conditions. Stay tuned for additional resort target opening dates which will be announcedlater this season!”