We are very excited to pass along Vail Resorts’ latest announcement that for the 2021/2022 ski season, resort officials are planning for mountain reservations to no longer be required at all Vail Resorts. This means your Epic Pass will likely go back to having unlimited, drop-of-a-hat access to the mountains.

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In addition to that great news, Vail CEO, Rob Katz also celebrated “extended operations” at up to twelve of their resorts, with even more spring skiing for Epic Pass holders. Those resort destinations include Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, and others yet to be announced. At Ski.com, we expect those announcements to be made in conjunction with the Epic Pass sales release, which is scheduled for March 23, 2021. In addition to this breaking news, Katz also took a second to stop and thank everyone from staff to guests for adhering to COVID-19 protocols throughout the pandemic subsequently, saving the ski season.

 


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