A couple of Australian and New Zealand ski resorts are now connected by one inclusive lift pass in a Southern Hemisphere ski season first.
The four resorts connected through the single pass are Mt Hutt out of Christchurch, The Remarkables in Queenstown, NZSki’s resorts of Coronet Peak, and Thredbo Resort in New South Wales. This collaboration makes NZSki the newest member of The Mountain Collective, which is an exceptional collaboration between the first-class independent ski destinations in various countries of the world including Australia, South America, Europe, USA, Japan, Canada, and now New Zealand.
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The Mountain Collective pass provides the local skiers and riders the best offers in the Southern Hemisphere. The skiers and boarders from New Zealand and Australia will now be able to spend two days at Thredbo and another two days either at Mt Hutt or at The Remarkables, Coronet Peak. If the skiers spend an additional $379US, they will be able to ski two days each at 15 iconic Mountain Collective destinations around the world.
The sale of the Mountain Collective pass for the 16/17 season has already been started from March 2, 2016. The price of early bird pass, which offers a bonus of skiing a day at any resort of choice, for adults is $379US and for kids is $1US. This low price pass for adults is available for only a limited period though the price for kids ski pass will remain the same for the entire season.
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To get all the information about The Mountain Collective passes including every single discounts, benefits, and lodging deals, contact tour operators who sell the passes or visit Mountain Collective website.