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How to snag the best Colorado ski pass deals before they're gone

August 29, 2017 Updated: August 30, 2017 at 1:46 pm
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A skier drops into the West Wall at Arapahoe Basin as the wind blows the next storm over the ridge Monday, April 24, 2017. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)

Don't forget about your winter escapes while in the heat of your summer adventures. The best deals for the ski season soon will expire, with the popular Epic Pass becoming more expensive after Monday. Here are some options to consider for your not-so-distant powder pleasure, with cut-off dates for the lowest prices:

By Sept. 4:

Epic Pass: Unlimited access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin, $859 for adults (ages 12 and older), $449 for children

Epic Local Pass: Unlimited access to Breckenridge, Keystone and A-Basin, with 10 holiday-restricted days at Vail and Beaver Creek, $639 for adults (19 and older), $519 for teens (13-18), $339 for children (12 and younger)

Epic seven-day pass: Seven unrestricted days total at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and A-Basin, $639 for adults (13 and older), $339 for children

Epic four-day pass: Four unrestricted days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin, $419 for adults (13 and older), $229 for children

Keystone and A-Basin pass: Access to Keystone and A-Basin with holiday restrictions, $349 for adults (13 and older), $259 for children

Summit Value Pass: Access to Keystone, A-Basin and Breckenridge with holiday restrictions at Breckenridge, $529 for adults (19 and older), $429 for teens (13-18), $299 for children (12 and younger)

Steamboat season pass: Unlimited access, $1,299 for adults (18-69), $899 for seniors (70 and older), $599 for college students, $799 for teens (13-17), $449 for children (6-12)

 

By Sept. 8

Monarch season pass: $459 for adults (18-61), $319 for seniors (62-68), $199 for military, $269 for college students, $289 for teens (13-17), $20 for children (6 and younger)

 

By Sept. 12:

Rocky Mountain Super Pass: Unlimited access to Winter Park, Copper Mountain and Eldora Mountain with six holiday-restricted days at Steamboat and three holiday-restricted days at Crested Butte, $599 for adults, $479 for seniors (70 and older), military, college students and teens (13-17), $339 for children (6-12)

Route 40 pass: Unlimited access to Winter Park and four days at Steamboat, $509 for adults (18 and older), $419 for seniors (70 and older), $359 for military, $419 for college students and teens (13-17), $309 for children (6-12)

Winter Park season pass: $429 for adults (18 and older), $339 for seniors (70 and older), $299 for military, $339 for college students and teens (13-17), $249 for children (6-12)

 

By Sept. 15:

Aspen Snowmass Premier Pass: Unlimited access to Aspen's four mountains, $1,849 for adults, $1,349 for seniors (65-69), $659 for college students and teens and children (7-17)

Aspen Snowmass Flex Pass: One day of skiing/riding each week of season at any of Aspen's mountains, $1,019 for all ages

Aspen Snowmass Double Flex Pass: Two days of skiing/riding each week of season at any of Aspen's mountains, $1,494 for all ages

 

Through September:

Ski Cooper season pass: Unlimited access, plus three free days at partner resorts Monarch and Crested Butte, $299 for adults (15-59), $259 for seniors (60-69), $199 for military, $145 for children (6-14)

Hesperus season pass: $199 for adults, $109 for young adults (19-24) and teens (13-18), $89 for seniors (60 and older), $99 for children (8-12)

Purgatory season pass: $699 for adults (37-64), $459 for seniors (65-79), $539 for ages 30-36, $459 for ages 25-29, $429 for ages 19-24, $329 for teens (13-18), $229 for children (12 and younger)

 

By Oct. 8:

Crested Butte Peak Pass Plus: Unlimited access to Crested Butte plus access to its adventure park in summer 2018 as well as three days at Monarch, Steamboat, Purgatory and Ski Cooper, $939 for adults (18-69), $705 for seniors (70 and older), $799 for college students, $589 for teens (13-17), $469 for children (7-12), $135 for 6 and younger (benefits to other resorts to be announced)

Crested Butte Peak Pass: Unlimited access to Crested Butte plus three free days at Monarch, Purgatory and Ski Cooper, $699 for adults, $465 for seniors, $559 for college students, $349 for teens, $229 for children, free for 6 and under

 

By Oct. 13:

Telluride season pass: $1,200 for adults (25-64), $800 for seniors (65-79) and young adults (19-24), $400 for juniors (13-18), $375 for children (6-12)

By Nov. 30

Powderhorn season pass: $549 for adults (18-64), $454 for seniors (65-74), $419 for youth (13-17), $274 for juniors (7-12), $104 for children (6 and younger)

 

No announced cut-off dates:

Route 40 Four Pack: Two days at Winter Park, two days at Steamboat, $219 for all ages

Four Pass Freestyle: Four days at Winter Park, $219 for all ages

A-Basin season pass: $319 for adults (19 and older), $239 for youth (15-18), $169 for children ($169)

Copper Mountain season pass: Unlimited access with three days each at Monarch Mountain and Purgatory, $409 for adults (18-64), $319 for seniors (65 and older), $319 for college students and teens (13-17), $239 for children (6-12)

Eldora season pass: $409 for adults (18-64), $309 for seniors (65 and older), $309 for college students, $309 for juniors (13-17), $229 for children (6-12)

Granby Ranch season pass: $319 for adults (19-60), $289 for seniors (61-69), $169 for teens (12-18), $139 for juniors (6-12)

Loveland season pass: Unlimited access with three free days at Colorado mountains including Monarch, Purgatory and Crested Butte, $399 for adults (23-69), $99 for seniors (70 and older), $299 for young adults (15-22), $189 for children (6-14)

Sunlight season pass: $439 for adults (18-65), $289 for seniors (65-79), $339 for college students, $289 for students (13-17), $199 for children (6-12)

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