So I live in Socal. Closest mountain is either Snow Summit / Mountain high to me I am planning 4 days in Canyons or Park City (Hotel booked in PC but can change) and also 4 days in Winterpark. I was planning to visit mammoth a couple of times for maybe 2 days at a time as well as having a couple of days at snow summit and might end up in having a couple of weekends in the Seattle area over the season but not confirmed.
There is no pass that covers where I want I know I can get discounted tickets for Snow summit and Mammoth from Costco. So my real question is can I buy reduced tickets for Winterpark / Canyons around $60-$70 per day before I get there? Or am I better to change Canyons to Solitude and take the max pass hoping that I can make it to Snoqualmie and maybe even change mammoth to Boreal even though its a further drive?
Another option might be to take the mountain collective pass but this would involve going to Alta / Snowbird in UT and then somewhere in CO. It would give me 2 days at each resort and 50% other days.
Thanks, I found a deal which I signed up for. Mountain High has an offer at the $349 + you get access to Powder Alliance and then I can add $299 MAX Pass.
So with this I get access to everything I need. It means I need to swap to a hotel in Sandy instead of PC but thats fine. It also means I need to change from Mammoth to Lake Tahoe so a bit extra drive from hopefully my left passes will come down to about $40 a day.
PC can wait for another year this year its Brighton, Solitude.
I decided to buy the mountain high season pass it was reduced and got a buddy pass (no idea what to do with that). My mtnhigh pass comes with powder alliance which gives me 3 days at various places and I upgraded it to the max pass so $649 in total.
Which give me unlimited night skiing at mtnhigh for a few weeks its worth going.
2 x 5 days in Utah
5 days in winter park
3 days in Stevens pass
Plus maybe 3 days in Arizona and either 3 or 5 daya in Tahoe either sierra or borena.