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Vail Resorts and Telluride Ski & Golf have announced a multi-year extension of their partnership that began in 2018. With this extension, Epic Pass, Epic 4-7 Day Pass (with All Resort Access) and Epic Adaptive Pass guests will continue to have access to the renowned destination of Telluride.
Telluride is a special and unique destination for travellers around the world – and we are proud to extend our partnership,” said Ryan Bennett, Chief Marketing Officer of Vail Resorts. “With Telluride on select Epic Pass products, Pass Holders can have access to six unique and incredible resorts in Colorado – which means great choice for locals and destination skiers and riders alike.”
Telluride is in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains which boast some of ski country’s most incredible terrain with the highest concentration of 13,000- and 14,000-foot peaks in North America. In addition to breathtaking views, the resort has a variety of terrain making it an incredible destination for experts and beginners alike.
The partnership provides the following access:
- Epic Pass ($879) and the Epic Adaptive Pass ($421) will continue to provide seven days of skiing and riding at Telluride with no blackout dates. Once the seven days have been used, those pass holders can get 50% off lift tickets at Telluride.
- Epic 4-Day, 5-Day, 6-Day or 7-Day Passes with All Resort Access (starting at $362) can also be used at Telluride. After all days are used on those passes, regardless of the resort at which they were redeemed, Epic 4-7 Day Pass Holders can get 20% off additional lift tickets at Telluride. The Epic Adaptive 5-Day Pass (Unrestricted with All Resort Access) also includes Telluride access and is priced at $249.
- Telluride Season Pass holders and Telluride Ski & Golf Club Members with full winter benefits will receive 50 percent off lift tickets at all Vail Resorts owned mountain resorts.
2022/23 Epic Pass products are on sale now at EpicPass.com and prices increase Oct. 9. All Epic Passes are non-refundable except through Epic Coverage, which provides refunds for certain resort closures and personal events such as job loss, injury or illness. Epic Coverage is provided at no additional cost and Pass Holders should review the Epic Coverage Terms and Conditions. Lift tickets are fully refundable but do not provide the value or multi-resort access of passes.
Specific agreement details between Vail Resorts and Telluride Ski Resort were not released.