2024 Epic Australia Adaptive Pass FAQs

2024 Epic Australia Adaptive Pass Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions? Check-out our FAQs below or search our Help Centre.

How do I access help to purchase my Epic Australia Adaptive Pass?

The Epic Australia Adaptive Pass can be purchased online here.

Our Epic Australia Pass team is available to provide more information and assistance with purchasing the Epic Australia Adaptive Pass. Please contact the team here.

Is the Epic Australia Adaptive Pass eligible for $49 upfront?

Yes, the 2024 Epic Australia Adaptive Pass can be purchased with $49 upfront. The final balance payment will be charged in the week commencing 29 April 2024 to the credit card on file. The $49 upfront payment, as well as the final balance, is non-cancellable, non-refundable and non-transferable.

You can purchase the Epic Australia Adaptive Pass online here.

Can I add Unlimited Skitube Add-On to my Epic Australia Adaptive Pass?

Yes. Enjoy unlimited rides on Skitube with the 2024 Epic Australia Pass Unlimited Skitube add-on. Skitube is the safest and most convenient way to travel to Perisher, the Skitube add-on includes free parking at Bullocks Flat and Kosciuszko National Park entry when travelling aboard Skitube.

How can I access specialised Adaptive equipment rentals?

For all guests looking to rent adaptive equipment we suggest becoming a Disabled Wintersport Australia (DWA) member. DWA provide members with access to specialised adaptive equipment, such as sit skis and outriggers, ensuring that members of all abilities can experience the excitement of being on the snow.


How can I access Adaptive lessons?

All Epic Australia Adaptive Pass Holders receive 50% off private lessons and 20% off group lessons.

Our Snowsports Schools at Perisher, Falls Creek and Hotham offer adaptive ski and snowboard private lessons that can be booked ahead of arrival by contacting the Guest Services team for the Resort that you plan to visit.

Please note: Lessons are subject to availability of suitably qualified and experienced instructors.

Who are Disabled Wintersport Australia (DWA)?

Disabled Wintersport Australia is a non-profit organisation focused on helping impaired skiers and riders have great on-snow experiences.

DWA memberships are essential to supporting the year-round work DWA do as part of their ‘reducing barriers – increasing access' philosophy. It forms part of their overall vision of finding freedom on snow and ensuring that experiencing snow sports does not cost any more for a person with disability.

Your DWA membership allows DWA to collaborate with partners across government and industry, apply for grants that enable the purchase of essential adaptive equipment such as sit-skis and out-riggers, and build their reputation so that our members have a continuously improving experience at resorts.

It also helps to fund the training and support of DWA volunteer guides, which are at the core of getting DWA members on snow.

Does the Epic Australia Adaptive Pass come with lift access for a guide or companion?

Epic Australia Adaptive Pass Holders that require the assistance of a companion or guide to support them on the snow can purchase one Guide/Companion lift ticket per day for a reduced price at all Vail Resorts owned and operated resorts. This ticket can be purchased by contacting our Guest Services team or over the counter, in resort on presentation of your current DWA membership card or Companion Card where a carer is noted or endorsed on the card.

Click here to contact us for more information about purchasing Guide/Companion lift tickets.


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