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Mountain Collective, Taos Ski Vallely, and Stowe Mountain are all psyched to announce that pass holders can now access their terrain on the East Coast and in New Mexico, and you should be too.
Stowe Mountain is just outside of Burlington, Vermont and offers skiing at the highest elevation in the state. Stowe receives and average of 300 inches a year on 485 acres on terrain that offers a 2,360 vertical drop.
“Stowe Mountain is delighted to be part of Mountain Collective,” said Robert McEleney, President and CEO of Stow Mountain Resort. “As the only Eastern resort amongst 11 distinctive and iconic destinations, Stowe offers a superlative overall experience both on and off the mountain to the most discerning skiers and riders traveling in this part of North America.”
Taos is also stoked.
“Taos Ski Valley is extremely excited and proud to join Mountain Collective and such a legendary group of resorts that make up the Collective,” said Gordon Briner, CEO of Taos Ski Valley. “With some of the most unique terrain in the southern Rocky Mountains and exciting new resort developments and improvements happening, including the newly added Kachina Lift that delivers skiers and riders to over 12,400′, we cannot wait to share our legendary terrainand authentic experience with a new group of guests.”
The deal with Mountain Collective:
Mountain Collective passes are on sale for $399 and include two days of skiing at each of the 11 destinations (AltaSnowbird, Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Mammoth Mountain, Ski Banff-Lake Louise-Sunshine, Stowe, Sun Valley, Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows, Taos, Thredbo and Whistler Blackcomb) plus a 50 percent day pass discount for all additional days.