Welcome to a new level of Pass Bro obsessiveness
Over the top work. Thank you!
One thing that I find interesting is the few Unlimited partnerships outside of the typical megapasses (Epic, Ikon, Power, White Mt, New England, Ski3). Some that I found are:
Red Lodge and Homewood (JMA)
Wisp, Ragged, Powderhorn, and sometimes Wintergreen (Pacific Groups)
Berkshire East, Bousquet, Catamount (Schaefer)
Wisconsin Resorts (only one of which is in Wisconsin)
Spirit Mt and Chester Bowl
Labrador and Song
Snow Ridge, Hunt Hollow, and Swain
Little Switz, the Rock, Nordic Mt (Rick Schmitz)
Mont du Lac, Coffee Mill, Mt. Itasca, Chester Bowl
Mt. High and Dodge Ridge
Blacktail, Mission Ridge, and sometimes Loup Loup
Also the Mont du Lac pass baffles me. A season pass to Coffee Mill, Mt Itasca, and Chester Bowl are $325, $175, and $75 respectively, but for $99 you get a pass to all three plus Mont du Lac?
Wow! This is incredible. Well done! My love of skiing finally intersects with my love of being a nerd!
You're a madman Stuart! This is absolutely amazing, and I can only imagine how many hours it took to complete this.
This is a completely random question, but I wonder, does any Mountain Collective add-on exist at all? We have the Indy Add On Pass (which I got for next season) and some Ikon Base Pass add-ons (such as the Schweitzer Voyager Pass), but I feel like the Mountain Collective would serve as an excellent optional add-on to any high-tier ski resort's season pass, especially since it's a megapass geared almost entirely for the traveler, not like the Ikon or Epic Pass which for many people suffices as a regular home season pass as well. The Mountain Collective is a lot like the Indy Pass in that way, not really being a viable home resort season pass for most people, but is made for the vacations and weekend getaways.
I haven't been able to find anything about a Mountain Collective add-on, but maybe I'm wrong!
This is an amazing spreadsheet. Thank you for the time and dedication. And I hope you are going to be out and about soon!
Thank you for putting this together. Do you happen to have plans to add the Ski Cooper pass?
Wow. I can only imagine how long this took. You must be part mad scientist...
I noticed you included Bluebird Backcountry in this spreadsheet, even though you didn't include the Indy Nordic centers. Is this your way of saying Bluebird is close-enough (ish) to a traditional downhill ski area you'd consider going/having them on the podcast? :-)