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The Intrawest Colorado resorts of Steamboat, Copper Mountain and Winter Park have just unveiled the new ski passes for 2007. The new passes include the Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus and the Rocky Mountain Ultimate Pass which will provide ease and accessibility for pass holders wanting to visit all three resorts.
Gary Rodgers, senior vice president, Intrawest Colorado said, "We are very excited to offer these new pass products...We are in the business of creating exceptional memories and each of our three Colorado resorts strives to do just that, with their own unique style and flavour. Now, with a single pass, our guests can easily access three very special, very different locations to connect with our mountains and thus, create some very special memories of their own."
Multiple pass products offering flexibility and variety for skiers and snowboarders will be available for purchase this spring. The Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus will provide unlimited access to Copper Mountain and Winter Park, and an additional six full days at Steamboat (no blackouts), as well as free skiing or riding at Steamboat every Friday afternoon after 12:30p.m.
For those seeking unlimited access to all three resorts, it is available with the Rocky Mountain Ultimate Pass - all the access they want, whatever resort they choose, all season long. And, as an additional benefit, for every adult "Ultimate Pass” purchased, families will be allowed to receive one child’s (12 and under) Ultimate Pass free. Individual resort passes for all three resorts will also be available for purchase.
Pass holders will have access to 433 trails, 8,510 acres and over 9,300 vertical feet of terrain.