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Ski Salt Lake Super Pass Saves the Day...and the Wallet

Published: 12/31/2006

More than 72,000 skiers and boarders used the Ski Salt Lake Super Pass during the 2006-07 ski season—and for good reason. Simply stated, the Super Pass is the most convenient and affordable way to ski Salt Lake.

Now in its ninth season, the wallet-friendly Super Pass is good for day passes at Alta, Snowbird, Brighton or Solitude. The pass can be loaded with up to six days of powder-packed skiing or riding and also includes free round-trip transportation from downtown and suburban Salt Lake via UTA ski buses—also good for travel throughout the Salt Lake Valley on Trax light rail. Depending on how many days are purchased, users can ski Salt Lake for as little as $48 a day.

Eric Thompson, Salt Lake CVB Director of Marketing and mastermind behind the Super Pass says, “The Super Pass allows guests to ski where they want, when they want—all at a very attractive and affordable price. It’s the perfect one-stop shopping approach to skiing Salt Lake.”

The Super Pass is sold through local lodging properties and is frequently packaged in conjunction with lodging specials, providing ever greater savings and convenience. The Super Pass is also sold online in cooperation with Travelocity—making it easier than ever to experience all Salt Lake has to offer as a winter vacation destination. For more information, visit

Ski Salt Lake promotes Salt Lake and the four Cottonwood Canyon resorts as the ideal winter vacation destination unmatched in accessibility, variety and snow quality. Located just 40 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, the resorts average 500 inches of snow each year and collectively offer more than 7,500 skiable acres.