Epic Pass Prices Climb, Plus What’s New for Next Winter

This article originally appeared on Ski Mag

After a couple of rocky seasons, it's safe to say that this winter has been a far smoother ride for most Epic Pass skiers--one filled with lots of powder at most North American destinations, especially in the West. Vail Resorts' major ski areas in California, Utah, and Colorado all have great coverage, with Heavenly seeing over four feet over the last week, with more to come. Park City just announced a two-week extension and will now close on April 23, its latest closing in 30 years.

North Bowl Heavenly
The current conditions match the view at Heavenly: Perfection. (Photo: Courtesy of Vail Resorts)

What better time to release pricing and access on the 2023-'24 Epic Pass while the stoke is high? Next season's pass dropped today, and other than a modest eight percent price increase and new mobile pass technology, little has changed.

It's worth noting, however, that Telluride, an Epic partner resort that offers seven days on the full Epic Pass, will require reservations for next season. (Telluride is not available on the Epic Local pass.) Also, Disentis, a Swiss resort that's connected to Andermatt, which Vail Resorts bought last year, is now included in the Epic Pass. That's another 4,000-plus vertical feet of high-elevation Alps terrain for the taking.

Here's what's on offer with next season's Epic Pass. Remember, buy before April 21 for the lowest prices and most benefits.

2023-’24 Epic Pass Details

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