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Ski Salt Lake’s Super Pass Offers Convenience and Value for Mountain-bound Visitors

Published: 01/01/2009
This winter, a vacation in Salt Lake just became more affordable and accessible than ever before. The Ski Salt Lake Super Pass, sold in increments of one to six days good over a 7-day period, is valid at all four world-class resorts in the Cottonwood Canyons and provides an easy and inexpensive way to experience each of the resorts through a single lift pass, while enjoying all the dining, nightlife and value that downtown Salt Lake has to offer. With most major airlines operating flights into Salt Lake every day, many featuring non-stop morning arrival flights from major gateway cities, visitors can be schussing down the slopes when those bound for other destinations are still going through security lines.

Super Pass prices start at $114 for a two-day adult pass and goes up to a six-day pass for $336. It is valid at Alta, Brighton, Snowbird and Solitude, and is redeemable for a full-day lift ticket at any one of these resorts. Available for purchase online at Ski-SaltLake.com, or through travel agencies, tour operators and Salt Lake hotels, the Super Pass gives visitors the opportunity to tour all of Salt Lake's famed resorts from a convenient base camp.

To make getting on the slopes from Salt Lake even easier, the Super Pass also includes free transportation on the UTA ski buses and the new TRAX-light-rail. The direct-to-resort ski buses run on regularly scheduled service, eliminating the need and associated costs of renting a car.

In addition to offering the Super Pass, a Salt Lake winter vacation provides a variety of lodging options to fit every interest and budget. From a luxury Five-Diamond hotel and spa, to a variety of remarkably well priced budget hotels, Salt Lake offers a downtown base camp that is high on value and low on stress. Off the slopes, visitors can take advantage of the other activities Salt Lake has to offer, including a variety of cultural offerings, a happening restaurant and nightlife scene, and endless shopping.

For more information, visit www.visitsaltlake.com or contact Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau toll-free at 800-541-4955.

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