Just three months after deciding to go off the Indy Pass, Marmot Basin joins the Mountain Collective as the pass’ sixth partner in western Canada. Mountain Collective added the Alberta ski area to its 2022-23 roster today, tying it with the Ikon Pass for the most ski areas in the region among U.S.-based multi-mountain passes, according to the Storm Skiing Journal.
Marmot Basin was an Indy Pass partner for only one season before deciding to drop its association and partner with Mountain Collective. The Alberta ski area located near the resort town of Jasper is the third mountain to leave one pass and join another this year, with Snowbasin and Sun Valley ditching Epic Pass and re-joining Mountain Collective as well. Earlier this year world-class French ski area Le Massif de Chamonix also announced its decision to join the Collective, bringing the total of new resorts on the pass this year to four.
Passholders will get two no-blackout days at Marmot Basin, making for six days of skiing in Alberta because of the two days they also get at Lake Louise and Banff, located approximately three hours away from Marmot. This allows Mountain Collective passholders 48 total days at the 24 world-class destinations on the Mountain Collective pass across the globe.
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Your upcoming winter just got even better: Welcome to The Mountain Collective, @MarmotBasin ! This brings us to FOUR new resorts for the 22/23 season meaning you can now enjoy 48 days at 24 resorts across 7 countries for just $559!
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— Mountain Collective (@CollectivePass) July 26, 2022