Aspen’s $25,000 ultimate Ski Pass is for a philanthropic cause

Andrea Divirgilio / November 1, 2011

Aspen Ski Passes

Skiing on snowy slopes, and one switches to the Swiss slopes, but it seems the Americans have quite the gift for this sport. The slopes of Aspen are such arena where the very best compete with one another in various competitions such as the Winternational World Cup. For the upcoming version of this tournament, Aspen Skiing Corporation is offering limited edition passes for selected groups of holders, who would get multiple benefits like meeting the U.S. Women’s Ski team, for a price of $25,000 a pass.

These limited edition passes for the current year have only 18 editions, and a couple of them have already been sold. Each of these passes will give the holders exclusive privileges like behind-the-scenes tour of the skiing slopes before they are open to the public, various dining options at the restaurants of the venue, private tour of various arenas with a member of the Skiing Corporation’s management team, apart from the exclusive breakfast with the President of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association, Mr. Bill Merolt. Also, if the holders opt for, they can change between various venues which include Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Snowmass and Buttermilk and bring along 3 other companions to join in on the fun they could be having. Also, the money which would get collected from the sale of these passes, will go towards philanthropic causes, such as local community and education development for children. So, if you have some extra cash to spare this Christmas, this is one experience you might want to give a try.

Also do check out our coverage of the Aspen One watch & ski glove, created by the same sports company.

Via: Fox News/ Huffington Post

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