Whistler and Park City are owned by Vail Resorts, which is also the owner of the Epic lift pass. Built into the Ann Arbor Ski Club Whistler and Park City trips are Epic 5-Day passes that can only be used at each respective resort. The cost for the Whistler pass in the package is $549. The cost for the Park City pass in the package is $766.
But, there are other less expensive options available to those purchasing their pass either before Labor Day or at the Corn Roast.
Vail Resorts owns Epic and is running a special, 20% off, on Epic passes purchased before Labor Day. They can be bought on-line or through travel brokers. You can buy both of the following passes through our travel brokers for an additional 6.5% credit, which will get applied toward your trip cost. Our travel brokers are;
Here are two discounted lift pass options.
This pass can be used for Whistler and Park City, 5 days each, and at other Epic resorts, including Mt. Brighton. There are 7 to 10 blackout dates—typical big holidays-- during the season at some resorts, but Mt. Brighton is unlimited. The Epic Local Pass price until September 6 is $583 or $545 if purchased through one of our brokers. It will be $729 after that. This is a great pass if you are going to ski out west and at Mt. Brighton in Michigan. Once purchased it is non-refundable except as explained in the Cancellation Notes below.
The second option is an Epic 5-Day Restricted Pass. It is a 5-day pass for use at Whistler or Park City. It equates to about $74 per day. Once purchased it is non-refundable except as explained in the Cancellation Notes below.
Either discounted pass can be purchased through our travel brokers for an additional 6.5% discount credited toward the trip.
Buy via Sports America, our Park City broker, at their web site until September 6. Buy through Encompasse Tours for Whistler at the Corn Roast.