Join the Mountain Collective and ski for 35 days at 17 dream resort locations including Niseko. For Aussies and Kiwis, the pass is now a crazy cheap $449 AUD!

Affiliated lift pass programs such as the Mountain Collective are making the ultimate global ski trip so much more realistic and affordable. 

Niseko and 16 more of the biggest and best resorts in the world are now a part of the program which offers pass-holders:

  • two days skiing at each resort
  • a bonus third day skiing at a resort of their choice
  • 50% off additional days thereafter. 

Picture a western USA road trip, shredding Jackson Hole, MammothSquaw Valley and Alta. Or a trip through the Canadian Rockies to take on Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise and Revelstoke. What about six ski days in Australia and New Zealand across Thredbo, Mt Buller, Coronet Peak and The Remarkables. For those even more adventurous, imagine a once-in-a-lifetime ski experience at Valle Nevada in the Chilean Andes. 

Better yet, our favourite, two days skiing all four of the interconnected resorts that make up Niseko United

Well, all of this could be yours on just one pass! 

Alex Koens powder turns in the BC

Skier Alex Koens in the Niseko white room. This could be you with the Mountain Collective pass. Photo: Nolan Yoshiaki Isozaki 

And right now, 2019/20 Mountain Collective passes are being offered to Australians and New Zealanders for only $449 AUD for adults and $146 AUD for children 12 and under. 

That is not a typo. For $449 Aussie dollars, you can make your ski dreams come true. 

To help put this in to perspective, we converted this to Japanese yen and did some math:

  • A Niseko United 7-day all-mountain lift pass in regular season without a Mountain Collective Pass will cost ¥48,200 yen next season. 
  • Aussie and Kiwi Mountain Collective pass-holders will be able to ski all-mountain for 7 days in Niseko (including their 3 free days) for ¥48,000.

That means those with the pass will get 7 days of Niseko powder for a price less than what they'd pay without it. And then they will walk away with a ticket to 32 more free skiing days in the best resorts around the world! 

The savings for kids are even better. It will be approximately ¥5,000 cheaper for children with the Mountain Collective pass to ski 7 days in Niseko (...not to mention those other 32 FREE DAYS!). 

Combine this with great yearly deals on kids lessons with GoSnow and on kids rental equipment with YamaSport and a holiday to powder paradise has never been so affordable. 

The offer is available for a limited time only so get it quick here!

Proof of Australian or New Zealand residence is required to obtain the discounted price... mind you, it's still a great deal if you're from anywhere else!