Tahoe area standout, Sugar Bowl, joins Sun Valley, Snowbasin, Marmot Basin, and Le Massif de Charlevoix as new partners for the upcoming season
After welcoming Sun Valley and Snowbasin back to The Mountain Collective Pass in March, Le Massif de Charlevoix in June, and Marmot Basin in July, the Mountain Collective has continued to make strategic acquisitions adding Sugar Bowl, California for the 2022-23 season bringing the total number of resort partners to 25 worldwide.
One of the oldest ski resorts in California, Sugar Bowl has a storied past with ties to Austrian ski culture, Hollywood, and Walt Disney. Perched atop historic Donner Summit, the resort has been family-owned and proudly independent since 1939. Steller terrain is open for all abilities, from steep narrow chutes to wide open bowls and perfectly groomed cruisers, as well as plenty of gentle slopes for beginners and young children. Locally in Lake Tahoe, Sugar Bowl is known for short lift lines, uncrowded slopes, and the most annual snowfall through the adage, “More Snow, Less Crowds.”
“We are incredibly excited to join the Mountain Collective. We’ve been patiently waiting to join a collection of resorts with an aligned ethos and a program that ensures we can continue delivering the premium experience our guests have become accustomed to. The Mountain Collective is truly a set of world-class resorts, and we are proud to represent California.”
– Greg Dallas, President and CEO for Sugar Bowl Resort
“We are very excited to welcome Sugar Bowl to the Mountain Collective family. Sugar Bowl is truly a gem in the Tahoe area and will provide a great trip for California skiers and riders in addition to world class destinations throughout the Western US and Canadian Rockies. Now with twenty-five bucket list global resorts, the Mountain Collective Pass continues to be a great option for discerning skiers and riders around the world.”
– Todd Burnette, Chief Executive Officer for the Mountain Collective
The 2022-23 edition of the Mountain Collective is currently on sale and is available exclusively online at www.mountaincollective.com. The current price is $579 USD for adults, $479 USD for Young Adults (ages 13-18 at time of purchase) and $189 USD for kids (12 and under at time of purchase.) Pass prices are set to rise on September 27th. The Pass includes two days of skiing or riding with no blackout dates at each of the 25 partners (50 total days), a 50% discount on all additional days and lodging discount offers.
For more information, please visit www.MountainCollective.com, call 877.328.2257, or follow the Mountain Collective on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
7 thoughts on “The Mountain Collective™ Adds Sugar Bowl, CA, Bringing Total to 25 Dream Destinations for the 2022-23 Season.”
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I’m sure Sugar Bowl will LOVE seeing Daron Rahlves represented here as he left Sugar Bowl for Squaw Valley.