How would I spend my winter if I had an Epic Pass???
December Powder Days At Kirkwood
The journey would begin at my home mountain with some early season pow days … December usually delivers – 4 out of the last 5 seasons, we’ve received over 100” in December – and nothing gets you back in winter shape better than back-to-back powder days!
Whirlwind Tour of Colorado!
I’ve never been to Colorado so next on the agenda would be a road trip to go and check out all the Colorado resorts – of course my epic imaginary boss is more than happy to approve all this time off!
Of course I would have to spend a day at Vail – arguably the most famous of our resorts. Next stop would be Breckenridge, sounds a lot more laid back, I think I would like it there and maybe spend another day. Onwards to Keystone next to check out Colorado’s largest night skiing operation and finally Beaver Creek for a touch of luxury (I’ve heard that you don’t even have to buckle your own ski boots there!).
Best of Tahoe
Ahhh, home sweet home! The best thing about Tahoe is having three world class resorts within such close proximity – each different and special in their own way, and each that I can ride limitlessly on my Epic Pass! While waiting for the next storm, I might cruise over to Northstar and spend a day riding the superpipe in the sunshine and then mix things up with a day of skiing at Heavenly, but as soon as that next storm hits I’m back on my snowboard and waiting for Chair 10 to open at Kirkwood!
Ha, just when you thought I was done … remember those 5 days at Verbier that came with the pass, and just in time to go and support my friends on the Freeride World Tour and get in a few more powder days for the season!
8 resorts down and I think I’ve more than paid off my pass! And that is how my season would look with an Epic Pass!
Well, enough day dreaming, better get back to work!
See you on the hill
Find out about all of the 13/14 Passes, including the Tahoe Local and Kirkwood Only at epicpass.com