Park City Access on Vail Resort’s Passes:
Which passes provide skiing and riding at Park City?
There are six season passes that provide skiing and riding to Park City:
Unlimited access to Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Park City, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton, and Arapahoe Basin - No Blackout Dates. Also includes 5 consecutive days at Niseko United in Japan and up to 5 consecutive days at Verbier in Switzerland and 3 Vallees in France when staying in resort lodging. Available for Adult (ages 13+) and Child (aged 5-12.)
A total of 7 unrestricted days valid at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Park City, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, and Arapahoe Basin, plus 7 FREE days at Afton Alps or Mt. Brighton. Available for Adult (ages 13+) and Child (aged 5-12.)
A total of 4 unrestricted days valid at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Park City, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, and Arapahoe Basin, plus 4 FREE days at Afton Alps or Mt. Brighton. Available for Adult (ages 13+) and Child (aged 5-12.)
Unlimited, unrestricted skiing or riding at Breckenridge, Keystone, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton and Arapahoe Basin with limited restrictions at Park City, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar & Kirkwood. Also includes a total of 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek with holiday restrictions. Restriction dates: 11/28/14-11/29/14, 12/26/14-12/31/14, 1/17/15, 2/14/15-2/15/15. Available for Adult (ages 19+), Teen (13-18), Child (aged 5-12) and College (Full Time student during 14/15 school year.)
Utah resident youth and college students only: Unlimited, unrestricted access to Park City and Canyons. NO BLACKOUT DATES. Available for Teen (13-18), Child (aged 5-12) and College (Full Time student during 14/15 school year.)
Utah residents only: A total of 4 restricted days valid at Park City or Canyons. Available for Residents ages 5 and older.
Current season pass prices are only guaranteed through 10/12/14.
What dates do “holiday restrictions” include?
Holiday restricted dates are: 11/28/14-11/29/14, 12/26/14-12/31/14, 1/17/15, 2/14/15-2/15/15
Will the Canyons Youth Pass and Canyons 4 Pack have access to Park City?
Yes, both passes will have access to both resorts and have been renamed Park City Canyons Youth Pass and Park City Canyons 4 Pack.
If I already purchased my Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, Epic 7 Day, Epic 4 Day, Canyons Youth, Canyons 4-Pack do I need to do anything to add Park City?
No, if you have already purchased an Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, Epic 7 Day, Epic 4 Day, Canyons Youth Pass or Canyons 4-Pack you will receive Park City skiing and riding free of charge, including night skiing. There is no additional cost and the pass will automatically be valid at Park City. You do not need a new pass card.
Will night skiing and riding at Park City cost extra?
No, night skiing is included for free on the Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, Epic 7-Day, Epic 4-Day, Park City Canyons Youth Pass, and Park City Canyons 4-Pack.
If I already purchased a Vail Resorts season pass which does not include Park City, can I upgrade in order to receive it?
Yes, you can upgrade your pass at the current advertised price by calling 877-226-5685. Your pass benefits will remain the same. Please note that the Park City season pass office cannot currently sell Epic season passes.
Exchanging or Upgrading Products:
If I purchased a Park City season pass already can I exchange for a pass that has both Canyons and other resorts?
Yes, you can exchange for a season pass that includes all resorts such as the Epic Pass which provides unlimited, unrestricted skiing or riding at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Park City, Canyons, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton, and Arapahoe Basin - No Blackout Dates. Also includes 5 consecutive days at Niseko United in Japan and up to 5 consecutive days at Verbier in Switzerland and 3 Vallees in France when staying in resort lodging. Please call 877-226-5685 and a season pass expert will assist you. Please note that the Park City season pass office cannot currently process this exchange so you must call the number listed above.
How do I exchange my Park City season pass for an Epic season pass product?
Please call a season pass expert at 877-226-5685. Depending on the price difference between the two products you will either be charged the balance or refunded the difference. If applicable, the refund will be provided via check and will be mailed 4-6 weeks after the exchange.
Can I keep my Park City season pass?
Yes, you can keep your Park City season pass with the same benefits for this season only. If you already had 2 comp tickets and 10% off Food & Beverage and retail locations you will retain these benefits. Please see the Season Pass Benefits section below for Wasatch and POWDR pass holder reciprocity benefits as these have changed.
I have purchased both a Park City season pass AND an Epic pass product. Can I get a refund?
Yes. Call our season pass experts at 877-226-5685 and they will refund your Park City season pass purchase. The refund will be provided via check and will be mailed 4-6 weeks you call in.
Can I purchase Fast Tracks and/or Parking for Park City this season?
Yes, you can purchase either Fast Tracks and/or Parking for this season.
If I purchased my Park City season pass in May and I now want to upgrade to an Epic Pass, can I get the same Epic Pass price and benefits from May?
You will receive current benefits and will be charged or refunded the difference in price based on the day of the exchange.
Season Pass Benefits:
If I exchange my Park City pass for an Epic Pass, can I keep my benefits?
If you exchange passes, your benefits will change as well. Should you upgrade to an Epic Pass, instead of 2 comp tickets only valid Park City, you will receive 6 Ski-With-A-Friend (SWAF) tickets and become a member of the Epic Pass Club. SWAF tickets are automatically loaded onto applicable passes and the price varies throughout the season. Pass holders just take their guest to a ticket window, present their pass and receive the discount. These can be used wherever your pass is valid. For more information about SWAF tickets, please visit snow.com/swaf. The Epic Pass Club is an exclusive community that helps you get even more value out of your pass. Email communications hosting exclusive deals, on-mountain discounts, events, and news are delivered on a monthly basis. For more information about the Club, visit epicpassclub.com.
I’m a Park City or Epic pass holder.
Do I get access to POWDR resorts?
Epic season passes do not have access to any POWDR resorts. If you decide to keep your Park City season pass and would like to visit a POWDR resort, please contact the resort to see if you are eligible to receive free ski days.
Do I get access to other Wasatch resorts?
No, Wasatch resort access is not available for the 14/15 season on either the Park City or any Epic passes.
I’m a Deer Valley, Snowbird or Alta pass holder. Will I still get some free days at Park City?
No, the Wasatch Benefit is not available at Park City.
I purchased a season pass from Killington, Las Vegas Resort, Boreal, Mt Bachelor or Copper and was told I would receive 3 days (or unlimited skiing for Teens and Children) at Park City. Do I still get this?
Yes. We will honor the 3 day or unlimited benefit for applicable season passes purchased prior to 9/11/14. This includes some Killington, Las Vegas Resort, Boreal, Mt Bachelor or Copper Adult, Teen and Child passes. However, proof of purchase prior to 9/11/2014 will be required. Proof of purchase includes your season pass and detailed, dated receipt of purchase. It is recommended you call Park City prior to your visit in order to confirm your season pass product is eligible. Restricted dates are December 27 - 31, 2014.
How does summer access work on the Epic Pass?
Spring pass purchasers receive summer sightseeing lift access. If the pass is purchased after the lifts close for the summer, the benefit is no longer available.
Park City Mountain Resort season pass products:
If I have a Park City Mountain Resort pass can I still use it this season?
Yes, your Park City Mountain Resort pass will be honored at Park City this season.
If I keep my Park City pass, do I need a new pass card?
Yes, you will need a new card. One will be mailed to you before opening day.
Will Park City season passes still be sold?
Yes, for the 14/15 season, Park City passes will continue to be available. These can be purchased at the Park City Resort Services office. Current pricing is available through 10/12 only and Park City season passes are available for a limited time only.
Will Park City passes still have the add-ons for Night Skiing, Fast Tracks, and Parking?
Yes, you will still be able to purchase Night Skiing, Fast Tracks and Parking products in addition to your Park City season pass. All Vail Resorts season passes include night skiing for no additional charge.
Epic Passes require the purchase of Pass Insurance for any type of pass refund. Is this now the case for Park City passes as well?
Epic Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable. Pass refunds are available only where a guest purchased Pass Insurance and has a valid claim under the insurance policy. Any refund is based on the cost of the pass minus a daily rate for every day used up to the face value of the Season Pass.
This policy is now applicable for Park City passes sold after 9/22/14. For guests who purchased a Park City Pass before 9/22/2014, pass refunds will follow the policy that was explained at the time of the sale. If you have questions regarding the policy, please visit the Park City Resort Services Office.
Will the age variances between the Park City and Epic Passes become the same?
Park City passes will retain the same age breakouts as currently posted for this season. All existing Epic season pass products will also retain the same age breakouts as currently posted.
Will the 6 and under Free pass continue to be issued?
Yes, the free 6 and under season pass will continue to be sold this year only. It will only have access to Park City.
Last year I purchased a Park City season pass in February. Will I be able to do this again this year?
No. Park City season passes and Epic season passes will only be available for a limited time.
Are Park City passes eligible for Auto Renew?
No. The Park City season pass, along with Park City Canyons Youth Pass and Park City Canyons 4-Pack are not eligible for Auto Renew. Auto Renew is the most convenient way to automatically renew your Season Pass every year, while guaranteeing next season’s lowest price. When you sign-up for Auto Renew you will be charged $49 down in mid-April and the balance in mid-September. For more information on how the process works and which passes qualify, visit the benefits section of epicpass.com.
If I bought a Park City pass, am I entitled to a refund?
Prior to 9/11/14, Park City’s position was to refund passes should the mountain not to open for the 14/15 winter season. Fortunately, that will not be the case. However, we are allowing pass holders who purchased a Park City pass to exchange their pass for another product, should they want to.
EZ Access Fast Tracks 10 Day Pass:
Will the EZ Access Fast Tracks 10 Day Pass continue to be sold?
Yes, for the 2014/15 winter season only, the EZ Access Fast Tracks 10 Day Pass will continue to be sold for a limited time only. The EZ Access Fast Tracks 10 Day Pass will not be sold all winter. Unused ski days will not be rolled over into a credit next season. Rollover credit expires December 2015.
Do I have to use my rollover value on another season pass? Can I just get the money back?
The rollover value is only applicable to a season pass product. Value will not be refunded as a gift card or cash.
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