You might have a few questions about the Ski City Super Pass. Here are some answers. If you can't find the answer to your question, please contact us.
How do I get a Super Pass?
- Buy it online (available later in the year, closer to the next ski season)
- Buy it from one of our participating hotel or lodging partners.
- Buy in a package from one of our tour operator partners.
- Groups of 20 or more can buy them directly from our pass programs office. Call 800-541-4955 or 801-534-4900.
Do I have to ski/board on consecutive days with my multi-day Super Pass?
No. You can schedule your ski days however you like within a 14-day window. Your pass is activated the first day you use it (Day 1), and it expires at the end of Day 14. Sprinkle your down-days throughout your vacation, or string them together and spend some quality time in the city.
Are there any dates when the Super Pass is not valid?
No. Your Super Pass is valid any day during the current ski season, including weekends and holidays.
Do I need to redeem my Super Pass for a lift ticket each day?
Nope. The Super Pass grants you direct-to-lift access, so skip the resort's lift ticket window and head straight to the gates, where your Super Pass will be scanned.
Can I use my Super Pass at more than one resort per day?
You can use the Super Pass at Brighton and Solitude on the same day, but otherwise, you're limited to one resort per day. However, you can access both Alta and Snowbird in a single day by upgrading your Super Pass to the AltaSnowbird ticket. To do this, just take your Super Pass to the ticket window at either Alta or Snowbird, pay an extra $33.00, and you're upgraded for that day. Pretty sweet.
Can I pick the resorts at which to use my Super Pass? Do I have to ski/ride at all four?
You get to choose at which resort to redeem your pass for the day. If you have a 4-day Super Pass, you can spend all 4 days at one resort or visit a different resort each day (although Alta is skiers-only; sorry, boarders).
Can more than one person use the same Super Pass?
No. Each person must have his or her own Super Pass.
Is there a Super Pass for children under 7 years of age?
No. Since the resorts' kids' ticket policies vary based on age and rate, we recommend purchasing your child's lift tickets at each individual resort. Our Junior Super Pass works for ages 7-12.
How do I use my Super Pass for free transportation to and from the resorts?
Simply tap your card to the electronic reader located at the front of any UTA ski bus or on a TRAX platform. Remember to tap your card on the reader again when you exit the bus or TRAX train to validate your fare.
I have a paper Super Pass voucher. Can I use that for free transportation on a UTA ski bus or TRAX light rail?
Yes. Just present your paper voucher to the UTA ski-bus driver or TRAX conductor to get free access on your initial ride up to the resorts. The voucher must be exchanged for a Super Pass card at the resort's ticket window for additional free access to transportation. Ski-bus service begins in early December and typically runs until the first weekend in April. For complete details visit www.rideutah.com.
What happens if I lose my Super Pass?
Don't lose it. Your Super Pass is like cash and is non-refundable.
Can I receive a refund on my Super Pass if I decide not to use it?
No. You have until the end of the ski season to use your Super Pass. It's non-refundable, and all sales are final.
How do I get a discount on my equipment rental?
Show your Super Pass at one of the designated rental shops located at Alta, Brighton, Snowbird, or Solitude. The discount is good for all ski and snowboard rental equipment. Participating resort rental shops are listed at the bottom of the main Super Pass page.