Thursday, August 29, 2013

2013 - 2014 Aspen Snowmass Classic Pass

by G. Kunkel

Colorado residents and locals don't buy lift tickets they buy a Classic Pass to ski or snowboard at Aspen/Snowmass.   And they are now available for purchase at ski events around the state.

While one doesn't need to be a resident to purchase one, first time passholders will need to travel to Colorado to purchase a pass.  Renewals can be performed online.

There are a number of Classic passes to choose from.  There are 4-day and 7-day options.   They can be bought for adults, children, and college students.

Adult passes range from $219 - $359.  Child/Youth (ages 7-17) are $174 - $274.  College student are $174 - $274.  Additional days can be purchased at a discounted rate.

Early season pricing is in effect through October 13, 2013.  Regular season pricing runs from Oct 14 - November 10, 2013.   Pass sales and renewals stop November 10, 2013.

Pass renewals can be done online or by phone.

To purchase a new pass visit a location listed at http://www.aspensnowmass.com/en/landing-pages/classic-pass.  As it is a picture pass, all passholders must be present.  No phone sales, internet sales, or pass office sales are permitted.

All passholders will need an RF card for the chair lift system.  One can be purchased for $5 by phone or at the pass office.

The pass is non-transferable and non-refundable.  There is a limit of one pass per person.

Classic passholders enjoy summer benefits too.  They receive discounts on summer lift access and Bike Snowmass tickets.  It is also valid for early and late season ski area opening.

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