May 2nd 2023
LAS VEGAS (MAY 2, 2023)— Today, Lee Canyon launches a completely revamped 2023/24 winter season pass program that makes skiing and boarding more accessible to Clark County residents. The resort’s new season pass products, pricing structure, and benefits result from Mountain Capital Partners’ recent acquisition of Lee Canyon. Early bird pricing runs today through June 2, with passes starting at $99.
Products include Power Kids, a complimentary pass for children aged 12 and under. Other Power Passes offer visits to mountains like nearby Brian Head Resort in southern Utah and Flagstaff’s Arizona Snowbowl; guests can customize midweek pass products according to work or school schedules. More information is available at www.thepowerpass.ski.
“For 60 years, Lee Canyon has been Las Vegas’ backyard escape. Now, as one of MCP’s Power Pass mountains, we can empower more residents than ever to discover skiing and boarding,” says Jim Seely, Lee Canyon’s director of marketing. “As a parent, I know the value of getting kids outdoors early. Our Power Kids will inspire an entirely new generation of outdoor enthusiasts in Las Vegas.”
Lee Canyon now offers purchase flexibility with options like Buy Now, Ski Now, where 2023/24 passes are honored during this year’s extended spring skiing other Power Pass mountains. Also, there’s a no-interest payment plan option and guests can have their season passes delivered at no charge.
2023/24 Winter Season Pass Products
Guests receive unlimited access to Lee Canyon and eight other ski areas along with Spider Mountain, the nation’s only year-round, lift-served bike park in Burnett, Tex. The Power Pass includes six discounted tickets at 30 percent off the online variable rate. In addition to Spider Mountain, passes purchased before June 2 receive three bonus days at Lee Canyon, Purgatory, Brian Head, and Pajarito bike parks. Pricing details are here.
12-Day Power Pass
Guests receive 12 total days shared between Lee Canyon, Purgatory, and Snowbowl, with holiday blackout dates. However, the pass offers unlimited access to seven Power Pass mountains, including Brian Head, with no holiday restrictions. Passholders can purchase additional daily tickets for 30 percent off the online rate. Pricing details are here.
4-Day Power Pass
The most affordable Power Pass product offers four total days shared between Lee Canyon, Purgatory, Snowbowl, Brian Head, and Spider Mountain with holiday blackout dates. Guests enjoy unlimited access at New Mexico resorts and Hesperus in Colo., along with restricted access to Nordic Valley and Willamette Pass. Four Day Power Pass holders can purchase additional daily tickets for 30 percent off the online rate.
Power Kids is a free season pass for kids ages 12 and younger. It includes unlimited skiing for the 2023/2024 winter season, unlimited mountain bike uplift access for the 2023 bike park season, and, year-round, unlimited access at Spider Mountain Bike Park through April 30, 2024. No blackout dates and no other purchases are required.
About Mountain Capital Partners
Headquartered in Durango, Colo., with offices in Phoenix, Ariz., Mountain Capital Partners (MCP) owns and manages 12 ski resorts and bike parks: Purgatory Resort (CO), Arizona Snowbowl (AZ), Brian Head Resort (UT), Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort (NM), Nordic Valley Ski Resort (UT), Pajarito Mountain (NM), Hesperus Ski Area (CO), Willamette Pass Resort (OR), Valle Nevado (Chile), Lee Canyon (NV), Spider Mountain Bike Park (TX) and Colorado’s largest snowcat skiing operation, Purgatory Snowcat Adventures. In spring 2023, MCP announced its purchase of Silver Creek Golf Course (AZ), which includes the oversight of neighboring Bison Golf Club (AZ). In total, the ski and resorts feature nearly 8,000 acres of terrain, almost 500 trails, 71 lifts, 21 terrain parks and over 35,000 acres of backcountry snowcat skiing. Since 2015, MCP has invested more than $75 million at its resorts, including new chairlifts, snowmaking and other capital improvements. For more information, visit mcp.ski.