Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Okemo Mountain Resort and Mount Sunapee Resort Join the Epic Pass

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On March 14, 2018 Vail Resorts  announced that Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado, Okemo Mountain Resort in Vermont and Mount Sunapee Resort in New Hampshire will join the industry-leading Epic Pass in a long-term alliance beginning in the 2018-19 winter season, bringing the total to 64 mountain resorts in 11 states and provinces and eight countries for skiers and snowboarders.

Vail Resorts said that Epic, Epic Local and Epic Australia pass holders will get seven unrestricted days of skiing each at Crested Butte and its sister resorts of Okemo in Vermont and Mount Sunapee in New Hampshire, and then 50 percent off of lift tickets after their days have been redeemed. Epic 7-Day and 4-Day pass holders can use all of their days at the Triple Peaks resorts and also get half-price lift tickets after their days are redeemed.

Crested Butte has an elevation of 9100ft – 12162ft is a hip town in Rocky Mountains Colorado. It is known as Colorado’s last great ski town is a great year round mountain destination that offers gorgeous scenery, a rich history and lack of crowds. Crested Butte Mountain Resort has expansive and diverse terrain across more than 1,500 skiable acres and offers terrain suitable for any ability type.

Photo Courtesy: Crested Butte Resort

Okemo Mountain Resort in Vermont and Mount Sunapee in New Hampshire family friendly resorts and together with Stowe Mountain will provide great options for snowboarder and skiers in the Northwest.

Even at elevation of only 3,344’ Okemo has two base areas and more than 100 trails, there’s plenty of room to lose the crowds and get lost in some glades. There are many long, enjoyable cruisers and plenty for the beginning skier or rider.

Photo Courtesy: Okemo Mountain Resort

Mount Sunapee it is the biggest mountain in South New Hampshire. Elevation is  2,747’ has 66 runs and 4 terrain parks. It is family operated since 1998 and has variety of lodging and dining.

Photo Courtesy: Sunapee Mountain Resort