The choice is simple for those that want to ski and ride all season both locally in the Midwest and out West.
The Epic pass, which is currently 9 for an adult and 9 for children (5-12), allows you unlimited access all season to Afton Alps, Mt.
Brighton, The Epic Local Pass, 9 adult, 9 teen, and 9 for a child (5-12), offers unlimited access to the Midwest areas, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe; limited restrictions at Park City, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood. There are also Epic seven-day and four-day passes for those that plan on skiing just a limited number of days.
It’s same with the four-day pass, four out West, four locally.
If you have no western trip plans and want to ski only at Afton Alps or Mr.
Brighton for the season there’s the local passes that are $419 for an adult and $289 for a senior.
For a family of three at Afton Alps, it’s $899 and for a family of four, $1149.
Lindsey Vonn may be on the mend, but several other U. Olympic medal contenders are among the skiers in action at (mostly) speed events the next two weeks.
The men’s and women’s World Cup tours make their only North American stops this weekend and again from Dec.
6-8 at Beaver Creek, Colo., and Lake Louise, Alberta.
The women race at Beaver Creek this weekend (downhill Friday, super-G Saturday, giant slalom Sunday) and the men at Lake Louise (downhill Saturday, super-G Sunday).
They flip next weekend, the men at Beaver Creek and the women at Lake Louise. ET, NBC They will also be streamed on NBC Live Extra.