Epic Passholders Will Be Required To Make Reservations
To Have Epic Days On Snow, You’ll Need Epic Planning Skills
Earlier this week, Vail Resorts announced that its Epic Passholders will have to make reservations to ski and snowboard at its mountains this winter season. This is one the many new policies in place due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“For your safety, we will be managing how many people are on our mountains this season and implementing a pass holder reservation system. Reservations will be required to access our mountains.”
The pioneers of the mega-pass believe that for the majority of days, all 34 of its North American mountains will be able to accommodate everyone who wants to ski or ride. Vail Resorts explains that this reservation system will give its guests peace of mind, knowing they’ll have the space needed to feel safe and physically distance.
What Do I Need To Know?
- Passholders will receive early season access through December 7th
- Vail Resorts will not sell lift tickets until December 8th
- Epic Passholders can book reservations up to a week in advance
- Passholders can make as many week-of reservations during the season as pass type and availability allows
- Between Nov. 6 and Dec. 7th, passholders may reserve up to 7 Priority Reservation Days for a “big trip” during core season (Dec 8 – April 4)
- Week-of reservations are in addition to Priority Reservation Days
- Priority Reservation Days can be re-booked as you use them
- Passholders will be able to view real-time availability and make reservations on EpicPass.com
- Reservations will activate the guest’s pass for the selected days
Are you an Epic Passholder? How do you feel about Val Resorts’ new policy? Shoot us an email with your thoughts. And for a complete rundown on the new Epic Passholders reservations policy, you can visit EpicPass.com