Now in its 11th season, the ultra-convenient and affordable Ski Salt Lake Super Pass is good for day passes at Alta, Snowbird, Brighton or Solitude. The pass can be loaded from one to six days of powder-packed skiing or riding, good over a 7-day period, and includes free round-trip transportation from downtown and suburban Salt Lake via UTA ski buses. The Super Pass also allows for free travel throughout the Salt Lake valley on TRAX light rail.
"The Super Pass allows guests to ski where they want, when they want-all at a very attractive and affordable price," commented Scott Beck, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau, which manages the Ski Salt Lake program. "It's the perfect one-stop shopping approach to skiing Salt Lake and its four world-class resorts."
The Super Pass is sold through Salt Lake lodging properties and is typically packaged in conjunction with lodging specials, providing even greater savings and convenience. The Super Pass is also sold online in partnership with Travelocity-making it easier than ever to experience all Salt Lake has to offer as a winter vacation destination. For more information, visit www.Ski-SaltlLake.com.
Ski Salt Lake Super Pass (when purchased with lodging through Ski-SaltLake.com)
Days of Skiing/Riding Adult Children (ages 7-12)
2-day $114 $64
3-day $168 $93
4-day $224 $124
5-day $280 $155
6-day $336 $186
Purchasing one day of skiing at each of Salt Lake's four resorts plus daily round-trip transportation on UTA would total $292 for adults and $165 for children, while using the convenient Ski Salt Lake Super Pass and skiing each resort saves the savvy adult skier $68 and her child $41. Super!
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 Salt Lake's resorts each average 500 inches of snow annually and collectively offer more than 7,500 skiable acres.