Passport Club Benefits

2019-2020 Benefits

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Two Season Passes – $5,500

Estimated Tax-Deductible Amount: $2,438

  • Two Steamboat Season Passes
  • Personalized locker in members-only club located in Gondola Square
  • Two parking permits per day (space available basis – one per pass)
  • Four days of skiing or riding at Copper Mountain
  • Four days of skiing or riding at Winter Park
  • 10 friends & family discounted tickets (5 for each pass). 25% off the window rate of a 1 day ticket, does not apply to tickets purchased in advance.
  • Five First Tracks passes per pass (upgrade to Unlimited First Tracks Pass available-contact emily@yvcf.org for details prior to June 3rd)
  • Summer Gondola use
  • Unlimited Night Skiing
  • Save 15% on resort dining (excluding alcohol and gratuity) and resort retail purchases
  • Ski Your Pass Off
  • Community Foundation events

Transferable Silver Medallion – $5,500

Estimated Tax-Deductible Amount:  $737

  • The exclusive Silver Medallion program offers a transferable season pass valid for one person per pass per day with no “blackout” dates
  • Personalized locker in the members only club
    located in Gondola Square
  • One parking permit per day (space available basis)
  • Four days of skiing or riding at Copper Mountain
  • Four days of skiing or riding at Winter Park
  • Unlimited First Tracks access
  • Summer Gondola use
  • Unlimited Night Skiing
  • Save 15% on resort retail purchases and 20% on rentals
  • Community Foundation events

Both Memberships:

  • Kids Ski Free does not apply
  • No senior pass discount available
  • The Passport Club is a package deal and cannot be offered separately

Waivers and Forms

Ready to join the passport club or renew your membership? The passport club is a great way to enjoy the steamboat ski area and know you are giving back directly to the Yampa valley through our community grants cycle.

Stories from the Club

Being a part of the Passport Club goes beyond enjoying the benefits of the Steamboat Ski Area, it goes to the vitality of the Yampa Valley.