Skiers and snowboarders worldwide have made Telluride a bucket-list destination and pushed it to No. 1 on Conde Naste Traveler’s list of “America’s Best Ski Resorts” six of the past seven years. Now we’re pleased to give those fans a new reason to seek out Telluride–and a new way to enjoy the best runs in North America. Starting with the 2018-2019 ski season, Telluride Ski Resort joins Epic Pass in a long-term alliance. Get ready to ski your hearts out without having to buy a lift ticket in Telluride each time you hit the slopes.
The collaboration means all you Epic Ski Pass holders can ski seven days at Telluride for free with no blackouts. And our news only gets better, with half-off lift tickets for extra days and reciprocal perks for skiers who purchase an unlimited Telluride season pass.
Other Epic Pass Benefits and Deals
The new partnership with Vail Resorts and Telluride Ski & Golf brings the total number of world-class mountain resorts that participate in Epic Pass to 46 in eight states and four countries.
The Epic Ski Pass itself also offers unlimited access to certain other ski resorts, including Stowe Mountain Resort in Vermont and Perisher in Australia. The 7-day pass offered for Telluride has a few sweet clauses that expand the deal. The days don’t have to be used consecutively, for example, and once the seven days are done pass holders can still get lift tickets for Telluride at 50 percent off.
Those who don’t need as much time with the powder might want to consider a separate Epic 4-Day Pass that involves four days of skiing or snowboarding with no blackout days, and 20 percent off Telluride lift tickets once the four days are done.Telluride Lift Tickets
Anyone wanting to hit the slopes, not the lines, listen up! With this amazing season pass in Telluride, you can go proceed directly to the lift (do not pass Go, do not tarry at the ticket office) with an Epic Ski Pass.
And just to prove that sometimes a name doesn’t matter so much, other Vail Resorts season pass products that offer the same Telluride access as the Epic Pass include All Vail Resorts Club Passes, Lifetime Pass, Adaptive Full Pass, Employee Lifetime Pass and the Epic Merchant Pass. (But not the Epic Local Pass, so don’t try that.)
It’s not too late to get your Telluride lift tickets!
While Epic Pass options for Telluride went on sale in March 2018, you can still purchase an Epic Pass, Epic 7-Day or Epic 4-Day pass. Visit www.epicpass.com to see the current season pass offerings and prices. You can expect the Epic Ski Pass to be mailed to you 7-10 business days from the time Epic Pass accepts your photo upload, or have your photo taken and pass printed in person at a season pass office at any Vail Resorts owned and operated resort.
And one more thing…
When you need somewhere to stay when traveling here to ski, Welcome To Telluride Vacation Rentals is ready to help. Whether you’re seeking a contemporary condo, slopestyle lodge or historic home in the Gondola District, contact us and we’ll find the perfect lodging for your holiday in Telluride.