There are so many to choose from!
With your Epic Australia Pass, here's a glimpse into the resorts you have access to.
The Epic Australia Pass is the best value season pass for Australians and connects Perisher with Whistler Blackcomb, Hakuba Valley Japan, Rusutsu Japan and the Best of the U.S. with 29 mountain resorts in four countries, all on one incredible pass.
With your Epic Australia Pass you can enjoy:
- Unlimited, unrestricted access to Perisher in the 2019 season.
- NEW to the Epic Australia Pass, now includes five consecutive days with no blackout dates at Rusutsu, Japan for the 2019 – 2020 season.
- Five consecutive days with no blackout dates at Hakuba Valley, Japan for the 2019 - 2020 season.
- Access to Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado; Park City in Utah; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe, California and Stowe in Vermont in the 2019 - 2020 season (holiday restrictions apply).
- 10 days combined at Whistler Blackcomb, Vail and Beaver Creek in the 2019 - 2020 season (holiday restrictions apply; days do not have to be consecutive).
- Unlimited, unrestricted access to Okemo, Mount Sunapee, Crested Butte and Stevens in the 2019 - 2020 season.
AUSTRALIA'S FAVOURITE RESORT
Perisher is Australia’s most popular alpine holiday destination. Located in the picturesque Kosciuszko National Park which is home to Australia’s highest peak Mt Kosciuszko, the resort is just three hours’ drive from Canberra. Perisher boasts an incredible 47 lifts accessing an immense 1,245 hectares of varied snow-covered terrain, and has four resorts areas including Perisher Valley, Smiggin Holes, Blue Cow and Guthega to make it the Southern Hemisphere's largest alpine resort.
Perisher's 1,245ha / 3,076acres of skiable terrain area are suitable for beginners through to advanced skiers and boarders. Perisher has Australia’s only Alpine Railway Skitube, over 100km / 62mi of cross country trails, five terrain parks and Australia’s only half pipe. Perisher’s mountains really do have something for all levels of experience.Learn more about Perisher
British Columbia, Canada
#1 OVERALL RESORT, 3 YEARS RUNNING
North America's premier four-season mountain resort, located in the coastal mountains of British Columbia, Canada, Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain are two side-by-side mountains connected by the world record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola, which combined offer more than 200 trails, over 3,270 hectares of terrain, 16 alpine bowls and three glaciers.
The resort receives on average more than 1,170 centimeters of snow annually, and offers one of the longest ski seasons in North America.Learn more about Whistler Blackcomb
MAKE MAJESTIC MEMORIES AT ONE OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST SKI RESORTS. VAIL NEVER FAILS TO IMPRESS WHETHER IT’S ON THE SLOPES, AT THE TABLE OR OUT ON THE TOWN.
There aren't many resorts that can boast an annual average of 900 centimetres of snowfall and 300 days of sunshine, but that’s part of the magic of Vail. Stand atop Vail Mountain and you’ll be gazing at more than 2,104 hectares of terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls spanning 11 kilometres and the most groomed terrain on the planet.Learn more about Vail
WITH A FOCUS ON ELEGANT LUXURY, IMPECCABLY GROOMED TRAILS, UNPARALLELED GUEST SERVICE AND WORLD-CLASS DINING OPTIONS, YOU WON’T BE ROUGHING IT THIS HOLIDAY.
Built around an intimate European-style village with a quaint outdoor ice-skating rink, the pedestrian village is bustling with boutique shops, gourmet restaurants, lively bars and fine galleries. But don’t worry, you won’t be too cold strolling from one to the next; the village is linked by heated walkways and escalators.Learn more about Beaver Creek
EXPERIENCE BIG-MOUNTAIN SKIING AND SMALL-TOWN CHARM AT ONE OF COLORADO’S MOST WELCOMING RESORTS.
With an annual snowfall of over 900 centimetres, Breckenridge is a powder hound’s dream. Start your visit with a ride on the new six-passenger Colorado SuperChair to summit 1,776 skiable hectares—a winter playground for beginners and seasoned skiers and riders alike, with 187 trails, four terrain parks and hundreds of hectares of maintained above-treeline terrain. Après-ski and live like a local in Breck’s quaint, but lively historic mining town, home to some of Colorado’s best nightlife and Accommodations.Learn more about Breckenridge
FROM PERFECTLY GROOMED RUNS TO FAMILY SKI AND RIDE ZONES, THREE UNIQUE PEAKS AND FIVE POWDER-FILLED BOWL AREAS, KEYSTONE HAS TERRAIN FOR EVERY FAMILY AND ABILITY.
Keystone Resort has long been a place where kids rule; from specialty family friendly après-ski offerings to giant mountaintop snow forts, the resort is a winter wonderland that allows kids and parents alike to truly enjoy their well-earned holiday together.Learn more about Keystone
An immortal winter giant, the mountain stands tall with a summit elevation of 13,050 feet. Open from October to early June, Arapahoe Basin has one of the longest ski seasons in North America and is usually the first ski area to open for the season. The front side of the mountain is known for the challenging Pallavicini and East Wall terrain as well as the two highest terrain parks in North America. You can also explore the back side of A-Basin when you head into Montezuma Bowl.
With this recent addition, there is twice the natural beauty to explore, more high-alpine groomed runs, bowls, chutes, and glades.Learn more about Arapahoe Basin
THE SNOW ADVENTURER’S PLAYGROUND!
Boasting a vertical drop of 933 metres and offering a diverse range of terrain, Crested Butte is considered as the alpine adventure destination. Crested Butte offers an expanse of terrain ranging from long easy going runs to the famous steeps of the “North Face’ and ‘Headwall’. Through 16 lifts, the resort accesses over 1,540 acres of terrain, with top of the mountain reaching an elevation of 3,707 metres the resort averages 7.6 metres of snowfall annually. With half of the terrain suited to beginners and intermediates, and advanced options including chutes, bowls, glades and cliffs on offer, Crested Butte has everything to create a snow enthusiasts playground!Learn more about Crested Butte
GRAND TAKES A NEW MEANING WHEN YOUR PLAYGROUND IS PARK CITY, THE LARGEST SKI RESORT IN THE U.S. WITH ALMOST 3,000 HECTARES OF SKIABLE TERRAIN.
Enjoy the newly expanded resort with more than US$50 million in capital improvements, including updates to restaurants, lift access and trails. With 38 lifts and more than 300 trails, there is no shortage to the amount of fun you can have playing in powder known as the “Greatest Snow on Earth™.”Learn more about Park City
THINK PRISTINE VIEWS OF BLUER-THAN-BLUE LAKE TAHOE AND THE SIERRA NEVADA.
Add to that 55 kilometres of inviting cruisers, double-black bowls and canyons with jawdropping 488 metre drops and vegas-style nightlife with casino gaming and all-night dance parties. Not to mention the first-class dining and Accommodations options.Learn more about Heavenly
LAUDED AS THE COUNTRY’S BEST RESORT FOR FAMILIES, NORTHSTAR CALIFORNIA RESORT IS LAKE TAHOE’S PREMIER CHOICE FOR THOSE IN SEARCH OF LAID BACK LUXURIOUS ACCOMMODATION, IDEAL FOR CREATING THOSE PRECIOUS FAMILY MEMORIES.
Children's programs are what set this resort apart from the pack, while superb snow conditions, flawlessly groomed trails and a world-class ski and snowboard school set up a fun-filled family day.Learn more about Northstar
KIRKWOOD IS THE SIRENS CALL FOR THOSE WHOSE MIDDLE NAME IS “ADVENTURE,” THOSE WHO LIKE THEIR SNOW DEEP AND THEIR TERRAIN STEEP.
Still an undiscovered gem for many, producing an average fifteen metres of average annual snowfall, locals call it "the K-factor", and after you've skied it once, you'll be a believer for life.Learn more about Kirkwood
STOWE’S HISTORIC VILLAGE COMBINED WITH VERMONT’S MOST SPECTACULAR LANDSCAPE CREATES THE QUINTESSENTIAL NEW ENGLAND GETAWAY.
For an abundance of adventure and fun, Stowe Mountain Resort certainly delivers. Whether you’re interested in perfectly groomed runs, fine wine, rock-climbing challenges, a culinary adventure, or fresh powder, Stowe is the perfect place filled with activities and adventures for every guest young and young-at–heart. Nestled in Vermont’s highest mountain, Mount Mainsfield, Stowe offers a wide range of skiing terrain for every ability level. There are countless ways to have fun, explore the area and get the most out of Stowe, including complimentary ice skating on every day that will win every family over.Learn more about Stowe
LIGHT DEEP POWDER, PERFECT GROOMERS, EXCEPTIONAL VIEWS & A UNIQUE CULTURAL EXPEREINCE!
Located at the base of Japan’s northern alps, within the northern area of Nagano district, Hakuba Valley receives consistent heavy snowfall and is renowned around the world for its deep powder conditions. The nine resorts of Hakuba Valley have something for everyone, the area boasts a combined skiable area in excess of 2200 acres; offering a vast variety of terrain including gentle groomed runs to steep vertical slopes. Off the snow, the region provides a unique Japanese cultural experience combined with a great village vibe and incredible towering alpine scenery. All together Hakuba Valley provides everything needed for a perfect snow holiday.Learn more about Hakuba Valley
IMMACULATE GROOMED RUNS, POWDER BOWLS AND BEAUTIFUL WOODLAND SCENERY
Rusutsu Resort, located in central Hokkaido, receives an average annual snowfall of 45 feet (14 meters) and has some of the best powder and tree skiing found anywhere in the world. The resort, comprised of three separate mountains, offers all levels of ski and snowboard terrain with more than 37 trails, connected by four gondolas and 14 lifts, with two terrain parks and 1,378 acres (42 km) of terrain. Rusutsu’s immaculately groomed trails, powder bowl access and beautiful woodland scenery is ideal for skiers and riders of all levels. Located 90 minutes from Sapporo’s airport, Rusutsu enjoys unbeatable proximity for ski travellers and cultural explorers alike.Learn more about Rusutsu