Aspen teams up with Steamboat and Winter Park to offer Colorado Triple Play lift ticket package

By Troy Hooper
Real AspenNovember 5, 2011
For the first time in memory, the Aspen Skiing Company is partnering with other Colorado ski resorts to give its guests new options as they decide what passes and tickets to purchase for the season.

Called the Colorado Triple Play, adult skiers and snowboarders can spend $299 for two tickets to Aspen/Snowmass, two tickets to Steamboat and two tickets to Winter Park. It works out to about $50 per lift ticket. Children 12 years old and younger are offered the same pass for $249.

A view of the Aspen mall this week.
Jeremy Swanson/Aspen Skiing Company

“Skiing and snowboarding has been a passion and way of life in these three mountain communities for decades and something that has always been shared,” said Christian Knapp, vice president of marketing for Aspen/Snowmass. “The new Colorado Triple Play is our way of sharing the best of these three iconic Colorado resorts at an exceptional value.”

In all, the Colorado Triple Play serves up 10,000 acres, more than 70 lifts, 13 terrain parks, almost 15,000 vertical feet, as well as industry leading family programs across the three resorts. Each mountain town is steeped in tradition, heritage and history, representing the best of the Colorado winter experience.

Passes may only be purchased in person during the Colorado Ski Expo in Denver this weekend, at participating Front Range Christy Sports stores or online at

With natural and manmade snow falling all around Aspen this week, this is a deal for visitors to consider.

Aspen and Snowmass open Nov. 24. Steamboat opens Nov. 23. Winter Park opens Nov. 16.

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This story first appeared on Inspirato.

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