Power Pass

Discover a world of unlimited adventures with Power Pass, your season pass to an exciting collection of ski resorts in Colorado, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, and Chile.

With over 500 trails and 70 lifts across 12 distinct mountains, the Power Pass opens the doors to an unmatched variety of terrains and experiences, ensuring snow fun for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.

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Flagstaff, AZ, USA.

With the new Arizona gondola, unforgettable views of the Grand Canyon and beyond. And the largest beginner terrain in the Southwest.

Brian Head, Utah, USA.

With the Greatest Snow on Earth® and views of red rocks, Brian Head provides more than 360″ of snow each year and the highest base elevation in Utah.

Hesperus, Colorado, USA.

Hesperus offers 60 acres of day and night skiing and multiple lanes for tubing – all located minutes from downtown Durango.

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Located less than an hour from the Strip, Lee Canyon offers 445 acres of ski terrain with lift access and for hiking up.

Eden, Utah, USA.

Home to the state’s largest night skiing operation, Nordic Valley is known for its ski school and rapidly expanding terrain.

Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA.

Boasting an impeccable fall line and a unique history, Pajarito offers incredible mogul runs, abundant views, and no lift lines.

Sandia Park, NM.

Located in the heart of the Sandia Mountains and just 45 minutes from Albuquerque, Sandia Peak offers diverse terrain across 35 trails with 1,700 vertical feet.

Durango, Colorado, USA.

Located in the rugged San Juan Mountains in Southwest Colorado, this destination resort offers skiing among steep trees and wide cruisers.

Taos County, New Mexico, USA.

Known as the first ski area to open in the state each year, Sipapu offers a distinctive and family-friendly atmosphere and the best tree skiing in the area.

Burnet, Texas, USA.

As the first and only year-round chairlift-serviced bike park in the country, Spider Mountain is located on the shores of Lake Buchanan.

Crescent Lake, Oregon, USA.

With its legendary steep slopes and the state’s longest and fastest chairlift, Willamette Pass receives an average of more than 430″ of snow each year.