Heli-ski for free with a limited-time deal from Silverton Mountain


Featured Image: Courtesy Silverton Mountain

Silverton Mountain is a ski purist’s dream, having no lift lines or crowds and pristine backcountry-like terrain. With 1,819 acres of stoke accessible by ski lift, there are plenty of runs and chutes to explore. Throw in a few heli drops and the map exponentially expands.

Since 2002, the independent resort has taken the best parts of backcountry skiing, snowcat trips, and heli tours and rolled them together to create one unique season pass. For the spring 2024 season, Silverton Mountain boasts a second heli day free with a season pass purchase and one heli day add-on. That means you can ride all season and score two heli drops at a fraction of the cost. What’s better than one heli day? TWO. Get your drops secured before the offer expires on 5/31/2023.

PHOTO: Courtesy Silverton Mountain

Unguided Base Pass

For $199, get access to the mountain for the following projected 2024 unguided dates (Wednesday-Sunday). For an additional $39, get one heli run during the 2024 season. And for a very limited time, book before 5/31/23 and receive a second heli run for FREE during the final two weeks of the 2024 unguided season.

  • Weds, March 13 (Passholder-only private mountain day)
  • March 14-17
  • March 20-24
  • March 27-31
  • April 3-7
  • April 10-14

Unguided Premium Pass

Enjoy inbounds runs starting at $298 with additional days at the following partner resorts:

  • 2 Days as Arapahoe Basin, Colorado
  • 2 Days at Monarch Mountain, Colorado
  • 3 Days Mt. Baldy, California
  • 3 Days Red Lodge Mountain, Montana
  • 3 Days at Eaglecrest, Alaska
  • 3 Days at Snow King, Wyoming
  • 3 Days at Red River Ski Area, New Mexico
  • (Additional partners anticipated)
    *see blackout dates (coming soon)
PHOTO: Marc Kloster

Unguided Premium Pass + Powder Upgrade

Starting at $387, receive discounted standby guided tours, an additional discounted heli day and a 5% discount on Alaska heli-skiing with Silverton Mountain Guides during the months of November, December and January.

Get yours at silvertonmountain.com.

This article was originally published by Freeskier.com. Read the original article here.


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