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Epic Australia Pass 20/21 - A$859 Adult / Student A$489


Dreaming of the day you can get back to winter to explore Perisher’s four resort areas, chase your family through the snow-covered village in Falls Creek, or hit Heavenly Valley first tracks at Hotham? With the 2021 Epic Australia Pass, you can explore them all and more for just $859, and with the peace of mind provided by free Epic Coverage.

Epic Coverage is free with every Epic Australia Pass and gives you refunds for job loss, injury, certain resort closures (including Covid-related closures) and more. Plan your next season with confidence and lock in your pass for the lowest price before 29 September for only $49 upfront.

  • Access to Perisher, Falls Creek and Hotham for the 2021 season.
  • Five consecutive days with no blackout dates at both Hakuba Valley and Rusutsu, Japan for the 2021/22 season.
  • 10 days combined at Whistler Blackcomb, Vail and Beaver Creek in the 2021/22 season (holiday restrictions apply; days do not have to be consecutive).
    Breckenridge and Keystone in Colorado; Park City in Utah; Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood in Lake Tahoe, California and Stowe in Vermont in the 2021/22 season (holiday restrictions apply).
  • Access to Okemo, Mount Sunapee, Crested Butte and Stevens Pass in the 2021/22 season.
  • The 17 Peak Resorts ski areas; Mount Snow, Attitash Mountain Resort, Wildcat Mountain, Hunter Mountain, Crotched Mountain, Roundtop Mountain, Liberty Mountain, Big Boulder, Whitetail Resort, Boston Mills, Jack Frost, Mad River Mountain, Alpine Valley, Paoli Peaks, Brandywine, Hidden Valley, Snow Creek in the 2021/22 season.

2021 Epic Australia Pass access starts with the 2021 Australian snow season and concludes with the 2021/22 snow season in the Northern Hemisphere. In the event that the resorts need to manage capacity to allow for physical distancing, Vail Resorts may manage access through a reservation system that prioritises pass holders.

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  • So is this like health insurance while you're at the resort in Japan. If you break a leg then you'll get your booking fee back?

    • Its not health insurance, its the actual lift pass for the mentioned resorts. It doesn't come with free insurance which did cover covid this year.

      Also, not sure why this is posted as a bargain? Its just the initial launch price for EAP.

      • Isn’t Epic coverage the insurance?

        Might not be the same as this year - but there is some cover at least

        • Sorry, should say does** come with insurance (included in the 849). Silly phone must have corrected it.

          Its the same coverage as this years.

  • +3 votes

    What is the bargain here? Is it hidden in the vast amount of texts?

  • Isn't it more expensive than it was in previous years? Also, what's with the multiple tiers now?

    It seems they made the whole pass shittier and more expensive.

    • Do you think it is worth it, or that Mountain Collective is better?

      • It depends how many days you go for a slide. If you absolutely know you're going to go more than 5 or 6 days in the year, then yes, it's definitely worth it.
        If you have any interest in trying other resorts listed on the pass (in Australia and overseas), then yes it's a absolutely worth it.
        Personally I'm not a fan of Thredbo, so the value isn't there for me for the Mtn Collective pass.

    • What tiers are you referring to? It's basically the same as previous years as far as I can tell.

  • Tough sell if international ski holidays are off the agenda. If you were planning to ski in NSW then head over in Feb for a couple of weeks at Breck this would be an awesome deal.