The membership-based Mountain Collective, which allows skiers to receive discounts at its collection of ski mountains across the country, has added two new mountains to its membership: Taos, New Mexico, and Stowe, Vermont. This brings the total mountains available to members in the U.S. to 11.
Skiers enjoying the 2015-16 season receive two days of skiing or boarding at each of the 10 mountains in North America. After using the two-day stays, single-day lift tickets are half price for the remainder of the season. Skiers also receive exclusive lodging deals and two free days at the Mountain Collective’s international slopes in Australia, Chile and Japan.
The Mountain Collective includes Alta/Snowbird, Utah; Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Mammoth, California; Banff/Lake Louise, Canada; Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows, California; Stowe, Vermont; Sun Valley, Idaho; Taos, New Mexico; and Whistler, Canada.
Passes for two days at each resort are $399 for adults and $99 for children, while supplies last. No blackout dates apply.
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