New Mexico Power Pass Plus and New Mexico Power Pass include Passholder Perks: 3 FREE days of skiing at partner ski areas, and discounted lift tickets at many partner mountains. All lift tickets at partner mountains are good everyday during the 2015-2016 season, unless otherwise noted.
Below is a current list of our 2015-2016 partners. We work year-round to grow our partnerships in order to offer you even more Passholder Perks. Questions? Call us at (800) 587-2240.
Please Note: The Power Pass includes 3 FREE days of skiing at different partner ski areas. View Power Pass Perks and partner mountains.
Purgatory (CO): Located in the rugged San Juan Mountains, Purgatory is renown for consistent, dry powder and sunny, bluebird days. New Mexico Power Pass PLUS passholders receive 3 FREE lift tickets with no blackout dates. Both New Mexico Power Pass PLUS and New Mexico Power Pass holders receive unlimited $50 lift tickets. The $50 lift tickets are 1 per day, and have the following blackout dates: 12/27/15-1/01/16, 1/16-1/17 2016, 2/13-2/14 2016, and 3/14 - 3/18 2016.
Arizona Snowbowl (AZ): Located just north of Flagstaff on the majestic San Francisco Peaks, the Arizona Snowbowl offers 777 skiable acres adn summits at 11,500 feet. Both New Mexico Power Pass PLUS and New Mexico Power Pass holders receive 3 FREE lift tickets with no blackout dates.
Monarch Mountain (CO): Located in the Sawatch Range along the Continental Divide, Monarch boasts 800 skiable acres, including 130 acres of challenging hike-to terrain. Eight lifts service 53 trails of diverse terrain, from beginner to extreme.
Devil's Thumb Ranch (CO): The 6,000 acre Devil's Thumb Ranch has provided an array of winter wilderness recreation activities since 1938. Located 60 miles west of Denver, passholders will receive up to 3 FREE passes to the resort's cross country trails.
Kendall Mountain (CO): Located in Silverton, Kendall Mountain offers four lift-served trails, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, ice skating and sledding on 35 acres. It's a small hill that is a big win for young families.
Powderhorn Mountain Resort (CO): Perched on the edge of the Grand Mesa near Grand Junction, Powderhorn offers 1,600 acres of mountain terrain. The ski area boasts the best tree-skiing in the Rocky Mountains.
Ski Cooper (CO): Located near historic Leadville, Ski Cooper is known for its short lift lines, relaxed atmosphere and affordable skiing and riding for everyone.
Brian Head Resort (UT): With Utah’s highest base elevation, Brian Head Resort enjoys a reputation for the driest snow in North America throughout its nearly 665 acres of terrain. Eight lifts service 71 trails, including three terrain parks.
Eagle Point Ski Resort (UT): Offering a dynamic mix of beginner and expert terrain, a newly-expanded terrain park and significant backcountry opportunities, Eagle Point's five lifts service over 600 skiable acres. Eagle Point boasts an average of 450 inches of annual snowfall.
Grand Targhee Resort (WY): Tucked in the western slope of the Tetons in Alta, Grand Targhee is known for its over 500 inches of light powder snow every year. The 3 FREE lift tickets are available with lodging purchase.
Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort (NV): Located just 60 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, LVSSR offers 195 acres of lift-served terrain, plus an additional 250 acrs of hike-to terrain. The ski area boasts over 300 bluebird days annually.