Variety is the spice of life, but when you live in a town with so many ski and snowboarding options, how do you choose? Don’t worry, we can help! The crisp fresh air, powder perfect snow and old school ski and snowboarding adventures are just waiting for you at 13 incredible ski resorts. There’s no need to limit yourself to just one, as a selection of resorts offers multi-pass options…

If your goal is to hit the Utah Resorts hard, opt for the Ski Utah Silver or Gold Pass valid at 13 of Utah’s resorts (Alta, Beaver Mountain, Brian Head, Brighton, Deer Valley Resort, Eagle Point, Nordic Valley, Park City Mountain, Powder Mountain, Snowbasin Resort, Snowbird, Solitude Mountain Resort, and Sundance Mountain Resort… phew!). The Gold Pass is the only fully transferable Utah season pass. It offers 50 days of skiing at every resort, except Park City Mountain, which offers 100. The Silver Pass offers 30 days of skiing at every resort, except Park City Mountain, which offers 60. Both passes include exclusive parking privileges at select locations and summer access to participating resorts. The number of passes granted each season is limited and requires a pass request form be filled out online.

To ski Park City Mountain, you’ll need some version of the Epic Pass, which, regardless of which one you choose, is valid at multiple resorts and offers an impressively grand array of options and benefits. The Epic Season Pass allows you to ski at 65 different resorts around the world with no restrictions and mountains of benefits, including: discount day passes, food, lodging and rental equipment discounts and enrollment in the Epic Pass Club which aims to help you get the most of your pass through exclusive deals, events and news. If time is limited, opt for the 4 or 7 day Epic pass with unrestricted access to 25 different resorts. For more information on pricing and a complete list of resorts, visit

If your Utah ski plans include Brighton, Solitude, Snowbird, Alta or Deer Valley Resort, the Ikon Pass might be the best bet. There are few restrictions, no blackout dates and over 30 other resorts to choose from in the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan. The Ikon Pass offers two options: Ikon Pass and Ikon Base Pass. Every Ikon Pass includes benefits such as discounted friends and family lift tickets, and 10% off retail food and beverages at select locations and destinations. Ikon Pass also off rs special pricing for college students, military and teens.

The Wasatch Benefit Program is a collaboration among Alta Ski Area, Deer Valley Resort, Snowbird and Solitude Mountain Resort. Qualifying season ticket holders to any of these resorts receives complimentary day tickets to the other three resorts. Eligibility requirements and additional benefits vary by resort. Some blackout dates may apply. For more information about the Wasatch Benefi t Program, visit

Selfies with the beautiful, majestic, snow capped mountains of Utah in the background are guaranteed to garner tons of thumbs up on every social media feed. However, picture perfect though it may be, Utah isn’t just good for photo ops and likes. Check out these multi-resort ski passes!

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