Resort officials with the largest ski area collective in the Southwest announced details of the 2017/2018 Power Pass, which is now available at the lowest price of the year, with no price increase, an extended no-interest payment plan, and unlimited access to five ski resorts in Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.
The season pass sale kicks off before some of the mountains are closed with nearly 22 feet of snow falling this season at Purgatory Resort, and 326 inches of snow at Arizona Snowbowl, both resorts are scheduled to be open weekends through April 30. Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort is set to close this Sunday, April 9, marking the 14th consecutive season that Sipapu is the first ski area to open and last to close in New Mexico. Pajarito Mountain and Hesperus Ski Area finished out their seasons strong the last weekend of March.
The Power Pass, which is on sale now through Apr. 28, provides unlimited skiing at five mountains with no blackout dates, at Purgatory Resort, Arizona Snowbowl, Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort, Pajarito Mountain, and Hesperus Ski Area, discounted cat skiing with Purgatory Snowcat Adventures, Colorados largest cat skiing operation, plus free or discounted days at partner resorts throughout the U.S. and internationally.
No Price Increase for the Second Consecutive Year!
The 2017/2018 Power Pass returns at the same low price as last year. Available now for just $649 for adults (ages 37-64), the Power Pass is offered at the lowest price of the year when purchased by April 28, 2017. For details, visit ThePowerPass.com.
One of our goals is to make skiing more affordable and offer a great value for our families and young skiers, stated James Coleman, managing partner of all five resorts. With no price increases over the past two years, a new extended payment plan, and skiing at five different resorts in the Southwest, we believe the Power Pass offers a truly incredible deal for our guests.
New this year! The college requirement has been eliminated, so young adults ages 19 to 24 can take advantage of the low season pass price of $399 without having to show college credit or proof of student status. Also new, when purchased by April 28, the Power Pass now provides 12 discounted lift tickets valid at all five mountains to share with family or friends.
Extended No-Interest Payment Plan
The popular no-interest monthly payment plan that was introduced last year has been extended again this year through Jan. 30, 2018. When purchased by Apr. 28, guests receive the lowest guaranteed price and can pay off their Power Pass with 11 monthly installments, each payment costs less than the price of a lift ticket at Purgatory or Snowbowl.
More Great Benefits!
The Power Pass will continue to offer free or discounted days at other ski resorts throughout the U.S., in Canada and Japan. With the Power Pass, guests can enjoy endless mountain experiences throughout the year at a variety of resorts, including free summer and winter benefits, discounts on services and goods, and at restaurants in the Southwest. Power Pass holders can ski free or at a discount at Copper Mountain (CO), Loveland Ski Area (CO), Monarch Mountain (CO), Crested Butte (CO), Grand Targhee (WY), Eldora Mountain Resort (CO), Diamond Peak (NV), Mount Bohemia (MI), Ski Cooper (CO), Kiroro (Japan), Panorama Mountain Resort (Canada) and more!
Summer is FREE with the Power Pass!
Enjoy free summer access with the Power Pass to some of the best mountain experiences in the Southwest! Pass holders can enjoy up to five free attractions per day this summer at Purgatory, which include the alpine slide, zipline, ropes obstacle course, scenic chairlift, mountain bike uplift, bungee trampoline, treasure panning, miniature golf, and more. Experience Arizona Snowbowls stunning views with a glimpse of the Grand Canyon from the scenic chairlift. Mountain enthusiasts can use their Power Pass for unlimited mountain bike uplifts at Pajarito with access to 25 trails.
Purchase by April 28 for all the Great Benefits!
- * Guaranteed lowest price of the year!
- * FREE summer activities at Purgatory Resort, Arizona Snowbowl, and Pajarito Mountain.
- * Low 11 monthly payments with no interest
- * Pays for itself after just 8 days of skiing (adult lift tickets are $89/Purgatory)
Pricing and more details can be found at ThePowerPass.com.
In addition to the Power Pass, there are a variety of passes offered to fit skiers and riders lifestyles and budgets.
Convenience Passes for just $29 receive easy, direct-to-lift access!
Kids 7 and younger and fourth graders can receive a free lift ticket from the Ticket Office every day at each of the five resorts, or they can get a convenient, direct-to-lift winter pass for just $29. Those who are 80 and better can purchase an easy direct-to-lift season pass for $29 and ski at any of the five resorts.
Purgatory Resort Passes for Parents, Kids, and Weekday Skiers!
The Purgatory Weekday Pass is valid for skiing and riding at Purgatory Mondays through Fridays (with blackout dates of Dec. 26 31, 2017) for $389 through April 28. The Purgatory Parent Transferable Pass is new this year and allows parents with children ages 3 or younger to get a pass for $649 for either parent to ski, one at a time. After using their allotted days at Purgatory and Hesperus with the Colorado Ski Country USA Passport Pass, 5th graders can purchase a season pass for $89, and 6th graders can get a pass next winter for $194 and ski Purgatory or Hesperus.
Local Power Pass & Local Power Pass+ with access to New Mexico and Colorado!
For $399 (adults 25-64), the Local Power Pass+ provides unlimited skiing/snowboarding at Sipapu, Pajarito, and Hesperus, PLUS three free days at Purgatory and Snowbowl. With the Local Power Pass, get unlimited skiing at Sipapu, Pajarito and Hesperus, three free days at Snowbowl, and discounted lift tickets at Purgatory for $299 (adults). Those who are 70 years and better can ski free every day or get a direct-to-lift pass for $29 and ski at Sipapu, Pajarito, Hesperus and Arizona Snowbowl. Other passes including Value Passes, and Family Passes are offered at Sipapu, Pajarito, and Hesperus. For more details, visit the resorts websites.