It’s that time once again. With the 21⁄22 Ikon Pass recently being available for purchase it was only a matter of time before Vail Resorts would be revealing their 21⁄22 Epic Pass. The Epic Pass has always been the most convenient way to get the most for your money during the Winter. With the amount of mountains you’ll have access to, it’s ideal for those people who want to get the most out of their season and hit as many mountains as possible. Vail Resorts have gone even further this year with their Epic Pass by reducing the price by 20%. Making the pass even more attractive to people who might be on the fence about spending the money. If you’re one of those people, or you’re just trying to find a bit more information about what the pass has to offer, you’re in the right place.
Adult (Ages 13+) — $783 (previously $979)
Child (Ages 5 — 12) — $399 (previously $499)
With the reduced price, the 21⁄22 Epic Pass is insane for the amount of resorts they offer through it. Not only do you get unlimited access to 37 different resorts across the globe, but a handful of them are resorts that we have shops at, making it even more convenient. These include Whistler, Breckenridge, Vail, Keystone, Beaver Creek, Park City, Heavenly and Northstar. You could travel throughout Colorado, Utah, California, and British Columbia and always get that legendary service that Ski Butlers provides.
These aren’t even all the mountains you’ll have access to, or all the ones that we service. The Epic Pass also includes seven days at Telluride, Sun Valley, and Snowbasin, with tickets being 50% off after those seven days. With shops in both Sun Valley and Telluride it’s definitely worth it to check out these resorts and rent some skis.
It doesn’t stop there, the pass also includes seven days at six resorts in the Canadian Rockies, five days at Hakuba Valley’s ten ski resorts and Rusutsu, Japan, and access to 26 resorts through Vail’s European partners. With all there is to offer, it might finally be time to plan that European or Japan ski trip you’ve been dreaming about.
Vail Resort’s have also announced that they are not planning on keeping the reservation system that was in place for the 20⁄21 season. There is a chance this may change based on how COVID-19 is being handled in the future, but for now you can look forward to not having to worry about making reservations weeks in advance for your vacation.
Epic Local Pass
Adult (Ages 19+) — $583 (Previously $729)
Teen (Ages 13 — 18) — $471 (Previously $589)
Child (Ages 5 — 12) — $303 (Previously $379)
The Epic Local Pass is great for skiers and riders who know they won’t be traveling during those busy holiday weeks but still want access to the dozens of resorts that Vail has to offer. With this pass you’ll get unlimited access to 26 resorts across the U.S. with two of them being Ski Butlers locations, Breckenridge and Keystone. You’ll also get access to Park City, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Stowe, with the exception of holiday blackout dates. On top of that you’ll have ten days total to use across Vail, Beaver Creek and Whistler and another two days each at Sun Valley and Snowbasin. There’s also five consecutive days in Hakuba Valley and Rusutsu, Japan.
11/26/2021 — 11/27/2021
12/26/2021 — 12/31/2021
02/19/2022 — 02/20/2022
Don’t worry if you end up finding yourself at one of these resorts during these blackout dates. The Epic Local also includes 50% discounts on tickets for all the resorts that are blacked out.
Planning on getting an Epic Pass next season? Make sure you let Ski Butlers take care of your ski rentals. Want to hear what other people have to say about Ski Butlers? Check out some reviews. We can’t wait to see you out on the slopes!