DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fans of the M.A.X. Pass now have even more resort options to explore. The pass originally created by Intrawest, Powdr and Boyne Resorts has six new partner resorts joining for the 2016-2017 ski and snowboard season, in addition to the 10 announced in August. These six resorts offer skiers and snowboarders more than 9,000 acres of skiable terrain and are part of the largest privately owned ski resort company, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies. The resorts span Canada’s major ski regions and are easily accessible from Calgary or Montreal, with Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort and Kimberley Alpine Resort in British Columbia; Nakiska in Alberta; and Mont-Sainte-Anne and Stoneham in Quebec. Now, the total the offering of the M.A.X. Pass includes 38 resorts across North America.
“With the addition of RCR’s 6 resorts, plus resorts added earlier this year, the M.A.X. pass has added a total of 16 new resorts for the upcoming 2016-2017 ski and snowboard season and continues to build on its impressive and diverse pass lineup,” said Tom Marano, CEO of Intrawest. “With access to now 38 resorts across North America, The M.A.X. Pass gives skiers and snowboarders unprecedented value and flexibility to go where they want, when they want, throughout the winter season.”
The “Multi-Alpine Experience” pass offers skiers and snowboarders five days at each of the 38 participating resorts with a total of 190 days on the slopes and no blackout dates. From day trips and ski weekends close to home to ski vacations at destination resorts across North America, the M.A.X. Pass allows winter sports enthusiasts the flexibility to travel to mountains they’ve never gone before. All for the special low rate of $649 for adults available through October 11, 2016.
Participating resorts by North American region include:
|Blue Mountain, Ontario|
|Loon Mountain, New Hampshire|
|Mont Tremblant, Quebec|
|Mount Sunapee, New Hampshire|
|Mountain Creek, New Jersey|
|Pico Mountain, Vermont|
|Snowshoe, West Virginia|
|Sunday River, Maine|
|Big Sky, Montana|
|Copper Mountain, Colorado|
|Crested Butte, Colorado|
|Fernie Alpine Resort, British Columbia|
|Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, British Columbia|
|Kimberley Alpine Resort, British Columbia|
|Winter Park, Colorado|
|Boyne Highlands, Michigan|
|Boyne Mountain, Michigan|
|Buck Hill, Minnesota|
|Boreal Mountain, California|
|Crystal Mountain, Washington|
|Cypress Mountain, British Columbia|
|Lee Canyon, Nevada|
|Mountain High, California|
|Mt. Bachelor, Oregon|
|The Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington|
No Blackout Dates
The M.A.X. Pass is valid for the entire 2016-2017 ski season at all 38 mountains with no blackout dates, meaning all holidays are included. Days do not need to be used consecutively and days are not transferrable from one mountain to another.
Current Rates Available Until October 11, 2016
The M.A.X. Pass is on sale now at theMAXpass.com and is available at $649 for adults, $449 for teens (ages 13-17), $349 for youth (ages 6-12) and $39 for children (5 and under). Current prices available through October 11, 2016, and the price will increase $50 on October 12, 2016.
2016-17 Season Pass Holder Add-on Benefit for only $299
Skiers that have purchased a qualifying season pass at their favorite participating resort are eligible to purchase the M.A.X. Pass Add-on for only $299 for adults, $249 for teens (ages 13–17), $199 for youth (ages 6-12), and $39 for children (5 and under). The M.A.X. Pass Add-on provides five days of skiing/riding at each participating resort, except those accessible with the qualifying season pass. For more information visit www.theMAXpass.com. Current prices available through October 11, 2016, and the add-on pass price will increase $50 on October 12, 2016.
ABOUT INTRAWEST RESORTS HOLDINGS, INC.
Intrawest is a North American mountain resort and adventure company, delivering distinctive vacation and travel experiences to its customers for over three decades. The Company owns interests in seven four-season mountain resorts with more than 11,000 skiable acres and over 1,140 acres of land available for real estate development. Intrawest’s mountain resorts are geographically diversified across most of North America’s major ski regions, including the Eastern United States, the Rocky Mountains, the Pacific Southwest and Canada. The Company also operates an adventure travel business, the cornerstone of which is Canadian Mountain Holidays, the leading heli-skiing adventure company in North America. Additionally, the company operates a comprehensive real estate business through which it manages condominium hotel properties and sells and markets residential real estate. Intrawest Resorts Holdings, Inc. common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: SNOW). For more information on Intrawest please visit www.intrawest.com.
ABOUT RESORTS OF THE CANADIAN ROCKIES INC.
Proudly Canadian, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies Inc. (RCR) is the largest private ski resort owner/operator in Canada, owning six premier ski resorts, spanning the country , including Nakiska Ski Area in Alberta; Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Kimberley Alpine Resort in British Columbia, and Mt Sainte Anne and Stoneham in Quebec. RCR also owns and manages a number of hotels and golf courses, including Trickle Creek in Kimberley, Wintergreen Golf and Country Club in Bragg Creek and ale Grand Vallon in Quebec. RCR aims to provide each and every guest The Ultimate Experience. For more information on RCR, please visit www.skircr.com
ABOUT BOYNE RESORTS
Boyne Resorts is the largest family owned four-season resort company in North America, founded in 1947 by Everett Kircher. A Michigan-based corporation, Boyne Resorts owns and/or operates award-winning mountain and golf resorts and attractions throughout the United States and Canada including Cypress Mountain near Vancouver, British Columbia (the official freestyle skiing and snowboard venue of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games), Sugarloaf and Sunday River Resort in Maine, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, The Inn at Bay Harbor, a Renaissance Golf Resort and Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark in Michigan, Big Sky Resort in Montana, Loon Mountain in New Hampshire, Gatlinburg Sky Lift in Tennessee, Brighton in Utah, Crystal Mountain and The Summit at Snoqualmie in Washington. For more information on Boyne Resorts, please visit www.boyneresorts.com
Powdr is a mountain sports and active entertainment company headquartered in Park City, Utah. Powdr owns and operates eight mountain resorts (Copper Mountain Resort in Summit County, Colorado; Killington Resort and Pico Mountain in Killington, Vermont; Mt. Bachelor in Bend, Oregon; Boreal Resort and Soda Springs Resort in Donner Summit, California; Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort near Las Vegas, Nevada; and Gorgoza Park in Park City, Utah); Woodward, world-class action sports camps and progression centers with four locations (Camp Woodward in Woodward, Pennsylvania; Woodward West in Tehachapi, California; Woodward Tahoe; Boreal Resort in California; and Woodward Copper in Summit County, Colorado); Outside Television, the only national television network dedicated to the active lifestyle; and Powdr Enterprises, launched to activate and integrate the Powdr platform and build new, complementary businesses, partnerships and programming. For additional information on Powdr, please visit www.powdr.com