Monday, April 2, 2012

The Epic Local Pass by Vail Resorts

The Epic Local Pass was first introduced by Vail Resorts in the 2011- 2012 ski season.  It used to be called the Colorado Pass and had to be purchased locally.  It's undergone some major changes in the past year.

One does not need to be a Colorado resident to buy a Epic Local Pass.  It's available for purchase to anyone on the planet Earth with an internet connection.  Just visit the Vail Resorts website.

The Epic Local Pass is valid at Breckenridge, Keystone, and A-Basin with 10 holiday blackout restricted days at Vail or Beaver Creek.  Blackout days include Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, MLK weekend, and President's weekend.

The Epic Local Pass can be purchased for adults, teens, and children.  There is no discount or promo code issued online for this pass - ever.  Discounts are not available to college students, military, good grades, ski patrol, instructors, or travel agents.

The Epic Local Pass can be reserved for just $49 down for a limited time in the spring online.  It can also be renewed online.

This pass is a picture pass.  It is non-transferable and non-refundable.  Passholder must buy pass insurance if they want a refund due to injury.

Buy online at 

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