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Season Passes in Summit County

Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin, Vail, Beaver Creek, Loveland

Season Passes

Season Passes to the resorts are available prior to the season and into early season. If you are planning to ski for 5 days or more, a season pass might be more economical and offer more freedom than buying multi-day lift tickets.

Epic Pass

epic pass

  • The Epic Season Pass provides unlimited access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar-at-Tahoe and Arapahoe Basin - No Blackout Dates.
  • Six (6) Ski-With-A-Friend (SWAF) varying discount tickets are automatically loaded onto your pass. Just take your guest to the ticket window and present your pass to receive the discount*
  • Purchase Pass Insurance for only $20 ($10 for children ages 5-12) to protect your season pass. If you do not accept pass insurance, you will not be eligible for a refund of any kind.

*Passholder must be present with friend to receive discount. Discounts and prices vary throughout the season. Visit www.snow.com/swaf during the season for details and pricing.

Have Questions or Wish to Purchase an Epic Season Pass?

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Epic Local Pass

Epic Local Pass
  • The Epic Local Season Pass provides unlimited skiing or riding at Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin with limited restrictions at Heavenly and Northstar-at-Tahoe. Also includes 10 restricted days at Vail or Beaver Creek. Blackout Dates exist for this pass.
  • Pass holder tickets available for purchase during blackout dates at Heavenly and Northstar-at-Tahoe.
  • Six (6) Ski-With-A-Friend (SWAF) varying discount tickets are automatically loaded onto your pass. Just take your guest to the ticket window and present your pass to receive the discount*
  • Purchase Pass Insurance for only $20 ($10 for children ages 5-12) to protect your season pass. If you do not accept pass insurance, you will not be eligible for a refund of any kind.

*Passholder must be present with friend to receive discount. Discounts and prices vary throughout the season. Visit www.snow.com/swaf during the season for details and pricing.

Have Questions or Wish to Purchase an Epic Local Season Pass?

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Epic 7-Day Pass

Epic 7-Day Pass
  • The Epic 7-Day Pass is a total of 7 unrestricted tickets valid at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar-at-Tahoe or Arapahoe Basin.
  • Six (6) Ski-With-A-Friend (SWAF) varying discount tickets are automatically loaded onto your pass. Just take your guest to the ticket window and present your pass to receive the discount*
  • Purchase Pass Insurance for only $20 ($10 for children ages 5-12) to protect your season pass. If you do not accept pass insurance, you will not be eligible for a refund of any kind.

*Passholder must be present with friend to receive discount. Discounts and prices vary throughout the season. Visit www.snow.com/swaf during the season for details and pricing.

Have Questions or Wish to Purchase an Epic 7-Day Pass?

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Summit Value Pass

Summit Value Pass
  • The Summit Value Season Pass provides unlimited skiing or riding at Keystone and Arapahoe Basin with limited restrictions at Breckenridge.
  • Blackout Dates apply to this pass.
  • Pass holder tickets available for purchase during blackout dates at Breckenridge
  • Six (6) Ski-With-A-Friend (SWAF) varying discount tickets are automatically loaded onto your pass. Just take your guest to the ticket window and present your pass to receive the discount*
  • Half-priced tickets available at Heavenly and Northstar-at-Tahoe.
  • Purchase Pass Insurance for only $20 ($10 for children ages 5-12) to protect your season pass. If you do not accept pass insurance, you will not be eligible for a refund of any kind.

*Passholder must be present with friend to receive discount. Discounts and prices vary throughout the season. Visit www.snow.com/swaf during the season for details and pricing.

Have Questions or Wish to Purchase a Summit Value Season Pass?

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Season Passes for Other Ski Resorts

Arapahoe Basin is a small ski area with no village area. It caters to locals and front-range skiers. While there are some green runs, A-basin has mostly intermediate and advanced runs and some extreme skiing. Free parking within walking distance of the lifts.

Statistics for Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort

Vertical rise: 2,270 feet
Base elevation: 10,780 feet
Summit elevation: 13,050 feet
Average annual snowfall: 350 inches
Number of trails: 105
Longest run: 1.5 miles
Skiable acres: 900
Snowmaking acres: 125
One high speed quad
One quad chairlift
One triple chairlifts
Three double chairlifts
One conveyor lift
Lift capacity of 10,500 people per hour
Beginner Terrain: 10%
Intermediate Terrain: 30%
Advanced Terrain: 37%
Expert Terrain: 23%

Getting to Arapahoe Basin

By car from Denver: Arapahoe Basin Ski resort is a 96 mile drive west from Denver International Airport via I-70 west. Take I-70 west to Silverthorne (exit 205), then travel 12 miles east on U.S. Highway 6. Or, choose the 68 mile scenic route from Denver by taking I-70 west to Loveland Pass (exit 216), then proceed west on U.S. Highway 6 for 8 miles.

By Bus: Summit County offers a FREE bus service from multiple locations around Summit County. Visit The Summit Stage for the schedule.


Copper Mountain is a family-oriented resort. They way the runs are laid out there is advanced skiing on the left moving to beginner on the right (looking at the mountain). If the members of your group are at different ability levels, it is hard to ski together since you will tend to be on different sides of the mountain. The shuttle to the parking lots is quick and efficient.

Statistics for Copper Mountain Ski Resort

Base Elevation: 9,712 feet/2,926 meters
Summit Elevation: 12,313 feet/3,767 meters
Vertical Drop: 2,601 feet/793 meters
Lifts: 22 total (1 six-person, high-speed lift; 4 high-speed quads; 5 triple chairlifts; 5 double chairlifts and 7 surface lifts)
Lift Capacity: 32,324 skiers per hour
Skiable Acres: 2,450 acres/985 hectares makes Copper one of the largest ski and snowboard resorts in Colorado
Marked Trails: 126 (21% beginner, 25% intermediate, 36% advanced, 18% expert)
Average Snowfall: 282 inches/710 centimeters
Snowmaking: 380 acres/154 hectares
Longest Run: 2.8 miles/5 kilometers (Soliloquy to Roundabout)
Cross Country: 25 kilometers of trails allow skiers to make their way through the picturesque White River National Forest.
Additional Activities: Ice Skating, Snowshoeing, Tubing, Snowmobiling, Sleigh Rides, Dog Sledding, Cross Country Skiing, Racquet and Athletic Club, Spa Facilities, Shopping, Dining, Après

Getting to Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain Resort is located just 75 miles west of Denver and 20 miles east of Vail off Interstate I-70 at exit 195, easily accessible from both the Denver International Airport and Eagle County Airport.

By Bus: Summit County offers a FREE bus service from multiple locations around Summit County. Visit The Summit Stage for the schedule.


Loveland is a small resort on the Denver side of the tunnel. It caters to locals and front-range skiers. It has free parking within walking distance of the lifts.

Statistics for Loveland Ski Area

Skiable Acres: 1,570
Hikeable Acres: 100
Trails: 93
Base Elevation: 10,800 feet (3292 meter)
Summit Elevation: 13,010 feet (3965.448 meter) Lift-served: 12,700 feet
Vertical Drop: 2,210 feet (674 meter)
Snowmaking Capability: 160 Acres
Lifts: 3 double, 2 triple, 3 quad, 1 surface lift and 1magic carpet (ski school only)
Average Snowfall: 400 inches (10.160 meter) based on 31 year average
Longest Run: 2 miles ( 3.218 Km )
Slopes: 13% Beginner 41% Intermediate and 46% Advanced

Getting to Loveland Ski Area

Loveland Ski Area is located on the Continental Divide
just 53 miles (85km) west of Denver or
 12 miles (19km) east of Silverthorne at exit 216  Interstate-70


Ski Cooper is a small resort located outside of Leadville. The terrain is mostly begginner and intermediate. The lift tickets are less expensive here than anyhwere else in the area.

Statistics for Ski Cooper Ski Resort

Elevation: Base: 10,500 Ft.
Summit: 11,700 Ft.
Vertical: 1200 Ft.
Skiable Acres: 400 Lift served
2400 Snowcat Served
Trails: 26 Total: 30% Beginner, 40% Intermediate, 30% Expert
Ave Snowfall: 250 Inches per year: all natural
Longest Run: Trails End: 1.4 Miles

Getting to Ski Cooper

Ski Cooper is Located
110 miles from Denver International Airport via I-70 and U.S. Highway 91
135 miles from Colorado Springs via Highway 24
30 Miles from Summit County via Highway 91
Approximately 35 miles from Vail


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