Niseko, Japan Added to the Mountain Collective

Jake Rubnitz | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Deep Pow at Niseko (Photo: Niseko United facebook)

If you need another reason to ski Japan this winter, you just got one.  All four Niseko United resorts have signed onto the mountain collective pass for next winter. The pass now includes 40 days at 20 different resorts. The Niseko United resorts give Mountain Collective pass-holders 2 different resorts to chose from in Japan, as Hakuba Valley is also on the pass. Niseko has also had a partnership with the Epic pass since 2014-2015; Epic pass-holders receive 5 free days of skiing at Niseko. The Mountain Collective offers skiers 2 days of complimentary skiing and 50% off all additional tickets. A one day ticket at Niseko is about $67; so after the 2 free days, you are looking at just over $33 a day. A pretty sweet deal compared to most lift ticket prices in the U.S.  Skiing Japan is on a lot of people’s bucket list, and this year might just be the year to do it. At $469 the Mountain Collective is looking really good for any powder chaser.

Niseko United Trail Map (Photo: Niseko United)

Mountain Collective Resorts:

  • 2 days at Alta Ski Area
  • 2 days at Aspen Snowmass
  • 2 days at Banff Sunshine Village
  • 2 days at Cornet Peak/ The Remarkables, NZ
  • 2 days at Jackson Hole
  • 2 days at Lake Louise Ski Resort
  • 2 days at Mammoth
  • 2 days at Revelstoke Mountain Resort
  • 2 days at Snowbasin Resort
  • 2 days at Snowbird
  • 2 days at Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows
  • 2 days at Sugarbush
  • 2 days at Sun Valley
  • 2 days at Taos
  • 2 days at Telluride
  • 2 days at Thredbo, AU

As well as days at global affiliates:

  • 2 days at Niseko United – Japan
  • 2 days at Hakuba Valley – Japan
  • 2 days at Valle Nevado – Chile
  • 2 days at Chamonix Mont Blanc – France
  • Complimentary 1-year Protect Our Winters membership

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  1. The “50% off all additional tickets” does not apply to Chamonix, Hakuba, Niseko and Valle Nevado!!!!

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