Tree skiing at its finest | Photo Credit (+Cover): Barclay Idsal

Steamboat Resort is getting creative with its lift ticket offerings by debuting a “dual season pass” that includes 7 days of skiing or riding over the course of the next two winter seasons. Titled, The 7 Heavenly Daze Dual Season Pass, pass holders will be offered 7 days of unprecedented flexibility for anywhere between $349-599, depending on age.

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The 7 Heavenly Daze Dual Season Pass allows skiers and riders access to the mountain during the 2020/2021 season, as well as ability to defer unused days to the following winter. The pass is also void of blackout dates so you can book that holiday ski vacation with a Refundable Ski Vacation Package and go because you want to and back out if you need to.


  • Adult: $599
  • Young Adult: $499
  • Child: $349


  • No pass holder benefits.
  • Non-transferable and non-refundable.
  • Valid use dates: Nov. 21, 2020 thru Apr. 10, 2022 with no blackout restrictions

About Steamboat Resort

From its celebrated Champagne Powder to its deep Western heritage and Winter Olympic history to its renown as one of the most memorable ski towns in North America, you can bet that you’re getting the full package on a Steamboat Springs ski resort vacation. Steamboat packs a punch for just about every on- and off-mountain interest: a nice mix of terrain, a casual, yet, high-quality dining scene, amenities and lodging for every preference and budget—including some of the most affordable ski in, ski out condos and hotels available. There’s a reason skiers of all ages having been calling Steamboat Springs one of their favorite ski resorts for the last 50 years.

Ready to go? A Mountain Travel Expert is standing by and ready to help you get your Heavenly Daze pass and make sure you book the best Steamboat Resort ski vacation possible. Get a free quote today and we’ll match you with your very own expert.