7 Reasons why a Mountain Collective pass in Canada just makes sense

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7 Reasons why a Mountain Collective pass in Canada just makes sense

Whether you want to ski as many resorts as possible, or you just want to make your money go further, the Mountain Collective pass in Canada has a strong reputation for good reason. It’s a smart choice for skiers and snowboarders anywhere in North America, but in Banff National Park, the perks are going even further.

In short: the Mountain Collective pass gets you 2 days at 24 different dream destinations, for a total of 48 days of skiing and riding, including 4 days in Banff National Park. Two days at Banff Sunshine, two days at Lake Louise Ski Resort, and 50% off additional days including Mt. Norquay.

Nice deal, right? You can learn more about how to buy a Mountain Collective pass or keep reading for more details on why this pass makes great sense when skiing in Banff National Park.

1. Double your ski days

While most Mountain Collective destinations just get 2 days, in Banff National Park you get 4 days of skiing and riding – 2 at Banff Sunshine and 2 at Lake Louse Ski Resort. Plus, you can have additional ski days at all three resorts in the park, including Mt. Norquay. Cost is charged at 50% off the one-day SkiBig3 window rate.

2 days at Banff Sunshine, and 2 days at Lake Louise Ski Resort. Does it get any better? | Photo at Banff Sunsnine by Reuben Krabbe

2. Lower pass prices pre-season

Early birds really do get the worm with Mountain Collective pass in Canada. When you buy your Mountain Collective pass early, you can lock in unbeatable pre-season rates that can take the cost of skiing and riding at each destination resort to less than $100 a day.

If you take advantage of Mountain Collective’s pre-season prices, you can ski or ride for less than $100/day. Cheers to that! | Photo by Jillian Tester at Lake Louise Ski Resort

3. Get your money’s worth in just a few days

The Mountain Collective pass gets you a huge 48 ski days, across 24 ski resorts, over 5 continents. With five resorts located in close proximity: Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort, Panorama, Marmot Basin and Revelstoke – it’s easy to do a Western Canadian Road Trip to knock off 5 resorts at once!

Realistically, it’s unlikely for most people to ski all of the 24 member resorts in one season. However, the beauty of the pass is that it’s easy to maximize its value. If you get pre-season pricing, you’ll get your money’s worth after skiing just 4 or 5 days in Banff National Park. Tag on a trip to Revelstoke, Panorama or Marmot Basin and you’re in the clear.

Check out The Ultimate 10-Day Mountain Collective Road Trip

Revelstoke, Panorama, and Marmot Basin are all now on the Mountain Collective pass too. Road trip anyone?

4. Get 50% off additional ski days

There’s a lot to explore at Banff Sunshine and Lake Louise Ski Resort – you can pack a lot into your four days of skiing in Banff National Park! If you decide that 4 days is just not enough, your pass also gets you 50% off additional ski days at either resort. This discount also includes 50% off (the SkiBig3 Lift Ticket rate) at Mt. Norquay!

February 2017: Fresh powder and adrenaline at Secret Trees, Banff Sunshine. Photo: Luke Sudermann.
Fresh powder and adrenaline at Secret Trees, Banff Sunshine. | Photo by Luke Sudermann.

5. Direct-to-lift access

Did you know that you can link your credit card to your Mountain Collective pass? If you get a SkiBig3 Mountain Collective pass, you can attach your credit card (easily, online) so when you go to the lift for extra days, your credit card will just be charged automatically! No need to line up at the ticket window ever again. This direct-to-lift access makes your day more seamless when you can skip the line and head straight to the slopes.

Enter your credit card details and add discounted days to your SkiBig3 Mountain Collective card without visiting the ticket window. | Photo at Mt. Norquay

6. Free session at Mt Norquay’s Tube Town

The perks continue! Use your Mountain Collective pass to access a free session of tubing at Mt Norquay. Just head into the Upper Lodge, show them your Mountain Collective pass and you’re good to go. Mt Norquay offers up to eight lanes of laughter. To learn more about this experience, check out our Get your Tube On blog.



7. No blackout dates

Some ski passes have restrictions on the days they can be used, such as public holidays or weekends. A Mountain Collective pass in Canada gives you the flexibility to use your 2 ski days at any of the 24 resorts, on any day of the season.

Lap West Bowl any day of the year, with no black out dates on your Mountain Collective pass. | Photo by John Price at Lake Louise Ski Resort

We’re flexible

In order to be as flexible as possible when you book with us, SkiBig3 has implemented a No-Questions-Asked Cancellation Policy allowing for free itinerary changes and cancellations until 3-days prior to arrival. International border restrictions for travel to Canada are subject to change.

Ready to grab your golden ticket?

Buy your Mountain Collective pass today to lock in pre-season pricing and perks. Check out our SkiBig 3 vacation package options or call our friendly Reservations Team on 1-844-754-2443. They are here to help you book your dream Mountain Collective adventure.