Aspen Skiing Co. announced pricing for 2019-20 chamber season passes on Friday.
Passes for members of the chamber of commerce will go on sale Monday, Aug. 12, according to a press release from SkiCo. The passes are divided into three tiers the same way they have been in the past.
The Premier Pass, which will cost $1,470 for chamber members through Sept. 13, allows for unlimited skiing and riding on all four Aspen/Snowmass Mountains.
Ikon Base passes will also be included with any Premier pass this year, which was announced in early April. Ikon passes include unlimited access to 12 destinations as well as five days at select destinations including Steamboat, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin, Jackson Hole and others.
The other two passes have a similar pricing model when purchased by Sept. 13. The Double Flex Pass, which will cost $1,299 for chamber members, and the Flex Pass, which will cost $939 for chamber members, allow for two days a week and one day a week on the mountain respectively.
After the Sept.13 deadline, prices raise for all passes and they raise again after Nov. 15. The passes are all eligible for early- and late-season openings and include a variety of perks in addition to their role as lift passes. They can be added to Aspen Cards, which are used to speed up lift lines, and cost $5 for a new one.
According to the SkiCo release, the planned operating dates for the four mountains are: Snowmass: Nov. 28, 2019-April 19, 2020, Aspen Mountain: Nov. 28, 2019-April 19, 2020, Aspen Highlands: Dec. 7, 2019-April 12, 2020 and Buttermilk: Dec. 7, 2019-April 5, 2020
For more information about passes, visit aspensnowmass.com.