Snowbasin Resort, located just one-hour north of Park City, has partnered with the industry-leading Epic Pass. We are excited to become the second Epic Pass Utah resort and form this alliance to provide additional benefits for our pass holders. We're thrilled to introduce Utah Epic Pass holders and those around the world to our renowned resort. Snowbasin is and will continue to be, 100% independently-owned and operated.
|Valid Passes||Days at Snowbasin|
|Epic Local Pass||2|
|Epic 7 Day Pass||7|
|Epic 6 Day Pass||6|
|Epic 5 Day Pass||5|
|Epic 4 Day Pass||4|
For questions about eligibility, call Vail Resorts Customer Service: (970)-754-0008, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. MT Daily
Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass and Epic 4-7 Day Pass Holders receive 50% off one-day window lift ticket prices after their respective days have been redeemed.
Any pass not listed above will not be accepted at Snowbasin Resort. This includes:
Snowbasin Premier Pass Holders receive 50% off the one-day ticket rate at any Vail owned and operated resorts. This benefit is non-transferable and only the Snowbasin named pass holder can use this benefit. Vail Resorts owned and operated destinations include:
The following season pass products that provide access to Sun Valley and Snowbasin:
For Epic Day Pass products with holiday restrictions, blackout dates apply across all resorts. Epic 1-Day Pass, Epic 2-Day Pass and Epic 3-Day Pass holders will not receive access to Sun Valley or Snowbasin as part of their pass.
If you are skiing or snowboarding at either Sun Valley or Snowbasin, you can go direct-to-lift with your Epic Pass.
Yes, the following products also offer the same Sun Valley and Snowbasin access as the Epic Pass: All Vail Resorts Club Passes, Lifetime Pass, Adaptive Full Pass, Employee Lifetime Pass and the Epic Merchant Pass.
No, Military Pass Products will not offer access to Sun Valley or Snowbasin or any other partner resorts.
Sun Valley Challenger season pass holders & Snowbasin Premier season pass holders will receive 50 percent off of one-day lift ticket prices at all Vail Resorts owned and operated mountain resorts. This discount is not valid at Telluride, Hakuba Valley or Rusutsu in Japan, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, Les 3 Vallées in France; 4 Vallées in Switzerland; and Skirama Dolomiti in Italy; Arlberg in Austria, or any other partner resort.
Please visit www.epicpass.com to see the current season pass offerings and prices.
For first-time Epic Season Pass holders, your pass will be mailed to you 7-10 business days from the time your photo upload is accepted. You may also have your photo taken and pass printed in person at a season pass office at any Vail Resorts owned and operated resort. The release of liability must be completed for your Season Pass to be active.
No, passes can only be printed at a Vail Resorts owned and operated resort.
Yes, bring your Epic Pass confirmation and photo ID to any Sun Valley or Snowbasin ticket office to redeem a day pass. The release of liability must have been completed for your Season Pass to be active. If you have questions about your Epic Pass please call Customer Service at +1-970-754-0005.
Sun Valley Challenger pass holders, Young Adult Challenger pass holders or Snowbasin Premier pass holders with full winter benefits visiting a Vail Resorts owned and operate resort must bring their respective pass and a photo ID to a Vail Resorts Pass Office to purchase a discounted lift ticket.
No, the Epic Pass discounts are only valid at Vail Resorts owned and operated resorts.
No, the discounts for Sun Valley Challenger season passes, Young Adult Challenger season passes or Snowbasin Premier season passes are only valid at those respective resorts.
No, Epic Pass holder summer benefits are only valid at Vail Resorts owned and operated resorts.
No, summer benefits for Sun Valley or Snowbasin season passes with summer benefits are only valid at those respective resorts.
All Vail Resorts season passes are non-transferrable and non-refundable.
All season passes are non-transferrable and non-refundable. Season pass refunds are available only when a guest purchased season pass insurance and has a valid claim under the insurance policy. Any refund is based on the cost of the season pass minus a daily rate for every day used up to the face value of the season pass. For more information please visit snow.com/pass insurance.
Auto Renew is the most convenient way to automatically renew your season pass every year, while guaranteeing next season’s lowest price and the best benefits. When you sign-up for Auto Renew you will be charged $49 up front in mid-April and the balance in mid-September. If you sign up for the auto-renew program this season, your pass will automatically renew next March for the following season unless you withdraw from the program before the initial charge. For more information on how the process works and which passes qualify, visit the benefits section of epicpass.com.
No, Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, and Epic Day Pass resort charge is only available at Vail Resorts owned and operated resorts.
No. Buddy Tickets will not be valid for use at Sun Valley or Snowbasin Ski Resorts. Buddy Tickets are only valid at Vail Resorts owned and operated resorts.
No, Ski With A Friend tickets will not be valid for use at Sun Valley or Snowbasin Ski Resorts. Epic Pass Ski With A Friend tickets are only valid at all Vail Resorts owned and operated resorts.
No. EpicMix is only available at resorts owned and operated by Vail Resorts. For a full list of resorts with EpicMix, please visit www.epicmix.com.
No. Military pass products do not have access at partner resorts. Snowbasin provides its own Military Premier season pass.
Yes, if you decide to upgrade your Epic Season Pass product, while passes are still on sale, you can. You will pay the current Epic Pass price at the time of upgrade. To upgrade, please call Customer Service at +1-970-754-0005
Visit www.epicpass.com for additional pass and lift ticket details or contact a Vail Resorts Season Pass expert at (970) 754-0008.
Two renowned resorts join the industry - leading Epic Pass for a multi-year alliance starting with the 2019-20 winter season
Sun Valley, Idaho – Feb. 6, 2019 - Sun Valley and Snowbasin announced today that they are joining the industry-leading Epic Pass in a multi-year alliance beginning with 2019-20 winter season. Both Sun Valley and Snowbasin remain independently-owned and operated and are pleased to participate in the Epic Pass. This new season pass alliance offers broad appeal for many pass holders. Sun Valley, Snowbasin, and Epic season passes go on sale in early-March.
“Snowbasin and Sun Valley are crown jewels of our family-owned businesses and we are always looking for new ways to provide outstanding service to our guests,” noted Carol Holding, whose husband, Earl, bought Sun Valley in 1977. “As we remain committed to investing in and operating our properties for many years to come, this multi-year alliance with the Epic Pass will bring value to our pass holders and introduce more guests to our unique traditions.
“Sun Valley is excited to participate in the Epic Pass starting next season,” stated Tim Silva, Sun Valley’s Vice President and General Manager. “Sun Valley is one of the premier ski destinations in the country, and we welcome Epic Pass holders to our resort. This will offer a significant benefit to Epic Pass holders, Sun Valley and Snowbasin season pass holders, and our resort communities.”
“As one of the most accessible and historic ski areas in North America, Snowbasin is pleased to offer Epic Pass holders another option in Utah,” said Davy Ratchford, Snowbasin’s General Manager. “This will also greatly benefit Snowbasin’s longtime clientele with expanded access to resorts across the globe.”
Sun Valley has invested in significant improvements over the past several years to optimize the overall guest experience. The Sun Valley Lodge and Spa had a complete renovation in 2015, and more recently, the remodel of the historic Sun Valley Inn, the rebuild of the Warm Springs Day Lodge, and new employee housing strengthens Sun Valley’s commitment to excellence.
Snowbasin has also been busy enhancing on-mountain skiing and riding with the improved Mt. Ogden Bowl Road, which has been widened and graded to provide a better skiing and riding experience down from John Paul Lodge. Additional snowmaking and the implementation of multiple highly-efficient snowmaking guns also highlight Snowbasin’s commitment to the environment and provide guests with the best early season conditions. The day lodges will undergo renovations that will be ready for the 2019-20 season.
“Sun Valley is a four-season renowned mountain resort and provides visitors from around the world with diverse mountain experiences and world-class dining and shopping. Together with nearby Park City Mountain Resort, Snowbasin has an incredibly rich winter sports history and this expanded access provides two great options for Epic Pass holders in Utah,” said Kirsten Lynch, chief marketing officer of Vail Resorts.”
In the 2019-20 ski season, Epic Pass holders will have direct-to-lift access to Sun Valley and Snowbasin. Following are the benefits available to guests commencing with the 2019-20 season:
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Sun Valley Resort was founded in 1936 as America’s first destination ski resort. Located in the Idaho mountains, it is truly a four-season resort with a wide array of activities. Outdoor adventure enthusiasts enjoy world-class skiing, snowboarding, skating, hiking, biking, golfing, fishing, shooting, concerts, shopping, restaurants, and conference and special event space. Sun Valley is a member of The Grand America Hotels and Resorts family. Sister properties include Snowbasin Ski Resort, The Grand America Hotel, Little America Hotel (all Salt Lake City, Utah); The Westgate Hotel, San Diego, Calif.; Little America Flagstaff, Ariz.; Little America, Wyo., and Little America, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Sun Valley is served by Hailey’s Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN). The airport is located 14 miles from the resort and is easily accessed from six major cities: San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), Los Angeles (LAX), Salt Lake City (SLC), Denver (DEN), and Chicago (ORD). All Sun Valley Resort guests receive complimentary roundtrip airport transportation.
www.sunvalley.com | 800.786.8259 | @sunvalley | #sunvalley
Snowbasin Resort is located in Huntsville, Utah, less than 40 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport and only 50 minutes from Park City. Snowbasin Resort is regularly top rated by Ski Magazine in the categories of Accessibility, Service, On-Mountain Food, Lifts and Grooming. Snowbasin Resort offers families and outdoor enthusiasts a variety of activities and features championship-level skiing and riding, with nearly 3,000 skiable acres, an average snowfall of 300 inches, and 3,000 vertical feet. Consistently recognized as one of the best family resorts in North America, Snowbasin Resort is one of the oldest continuously operating ski resorts in the nation. Snowbasin Resort is a member of the Grand America Hotels and Resorts family. Sister properties include Sun Valley Resort, The Grand America Hotel, Little America Hotel (all Salt Lake City, Utah); The Westgate Hotel, San Diego, Calif.; Little America Flagstaff, Ariz.; Little America, Wyo., and Little America, Cheyenne, Wyo.
www.snowbasin.com | 801.620.1000 | @snowbasinresort | #snowbasinresort
Vail Resorts, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is the leading global mountain resort operator. Vail Resorts’ subsidiaries operate 15 world-class mountain resorts and three urban ski areas, including Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Crested Butte in Colorado; Park City in Utah; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in the Lake Tahoe area of California and Nevada; Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia, Canada; Perisher in Australia; Stowe and Okemo in Vermont; Mt. Sunapee in New Hampshire; Stevens Pass in Washington; Wilmot Mountain in Wisconsin; Afton Alps in Minnesota and Mt. Brighton in Michigan. Vail Resorts owns and/or manages a collection of casually elegant hotels under the RockResorts brand, as well as the Grand Teton Lodge Company in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Vail Resorts Development Company is the real estate planning and development subsidiary of Vail Resorts, Inc. Vail Resorts is a publicly held company traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: MTN). The Vail Resorts company website is www.vailresorts.com and consumer website is www.snow.com.