Vote now! What’s the best season pass for skiing or snowboarding in Utah?

From multi-resort passes to ones offered by individual ski areas with extra perks, the options appear limitless. Which one stands out in the crowd?

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Skiers at Snowbird on Thursday April 4, 2019. Ski areas have begun to unveil their season-pass offerings for 2021-22, including the popular Alta-Bird pass.

A season pass to a ski area is as essential to many Utahns’ lives as fry sauce and soda shops, and the options are nearly as limitless.

Some grant access to dozens of resorts across the state and the country. Others let kids ski free with a paying adult. Some have no blackouts, others restrict visits to weekdays at a reduced cost. Speaking of which, season pass price tags also vary wildly, from less than $400 to more than $2,000.

So, what passes are Utah skiers and snowboarders picking and why? You tell us.

In the poll below, or by clicking here, select the season pass you think stands above the others for the 2021-22 season. Then in the comments you can tell us what makes it the best flavor for you.

We’ll share the results in a story. Maybe you can read it next time you’re sitting in the drive-thru line at Swig.

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