VIP Passholders Now Ski FREE At All Powder Alliance Resorts

Mountain High has joined forces with resorts across the West to create the Powder Alliance, thirteen signature areas who offer FREE SKIING benefits to anytime pass holders of participating Powder Alliance resorts.  These areas include Crested Butte, Snowbasin Resort, Sierra-at-Tahoe, and now Silver Star, Canada, a 3,000 acre resort in British Columbia.   Click here for a complete listing of resorts at

Purchase a VIP Season Pass to Mountain High this season and receive three (3) FREE days at all other participating areas plus special offers on lodging, rentals, buddy tickets, and more.  Tickets must be used during the 2014/15 season only.  To take advantage of Powder Alliance benefits, simply show your VIP 2014/15 Season Pass at any other Powder Alliance resort season pass office. Visit  for a complete list of holiday dates and resort benefits. 

Click here to purchase your VIP 14/15 Season Pass now. 

Click here to learn more about VIP Season Pass benefits such as discounts at Wrightwood retailers, special offers for family and friends, and early ups on select days.

36 FREE days at some of the best resorts in the West makes the Powder Alliance an incredible value when compared to the Mountain Collective and other expensive group passes. Plus it makes for a great winter road trip. As a Powder Alliance member, you are free to ski about the Western United States and find the best snow conditions & limitless vertical feet at resorts throughout California, Colorado, Utah, Washington and more. Best of all...Powder Alliance benefits are FREE! There are no membership fees, no collective pass prices, no additional charges of any kind.  So, go explore 3,000 acres at Snowbasin Resort, UT, dive deep into 480 inches of fresh snow annually at Stevens Pass, or ski into May at Timberline in Oregon. These benefits are FREE to full, anytime season pass holders at participating Powder Alliance resorts.

To begin planning your winter road trip, visit for details on participating resorts, special offers, and answers to frequently asked questions. Guests can also see who has the snow by following the Powder Alliance at and This is your season to explore. Get out there with help from the Powder Alliance.