3 Countries, One Lift Pass - Austria Is Now Officially Epic!

Bringing together some of the best resorts of North America and Europe, the Epic Season Pass is a solid value for money solution for those seeking unlimited access to some of the top ski destinations in Colorado (Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone) and California (Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood), in addition to a 5 day pass to Verbier in Switzerland. With such a fantastic collection to choose from, I can’t help but wonder if the Epic Pass could be ... well, any more epic? The answer to that question is: yes - Arlberg, Austria. [caption id="attachment_5352" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Epic Season Pass Epic skiing on offer in St Anton am Arlberg (image Josef Mallaun)[/caption] A new partnership with the Arlberg region in Austria adds 5 prominent ski resorts to the Epic Pass offering, giving winter 2013-2014 Epic Season pass holders 5 days access to the popular resorts of St. Anton, Lech-Zürs and St. Christoph and Stuben. Known for their picturesque mountain landscapes, high standard of accommodation and lively après-ski scenes, the resorts of the Arlberg are an exciting addition to the already impressive list of resorts available on the Epic Pass. [caption id="attachment_5354" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Epic Season Pass Beaver Creek in February 2013[/caption] Covering 15 resorts and spanning 3 countries, it’s easy to see why the Epic Pass is a popular choice for those seeking variety and flexibility on one single pass. What's more, it pays for itself after 5 days use, allowing huge savings for those who hit the slopes more than once on a regular holiday, as well as for short breaks during the season. Print Book your Epic Season Pass early and save even more. Opening sale prices are available until 27th May so don’t miss out! A variety of other options are available including short and long duration passes. Visit our page Epic Skiing for the Lowest Price! to learn more or call us on 0131 243 8097 to find out how you can benefit from a pass that lives up to its name.