The 2015 to 2016 Route 40 four pack ski pass includes access to two resorts, Winter Park and Steamboat, as well as two ski or ride days at each resort and retail discount benefits. The Winter Park four pass offers four days of skiing at only Winter Park Resort, as well as discounts on ski lift tickets and retail outlets at the resort.
The Route 40 four pack has no blackout dates. It also extends discounts of 20 to 30 percent on various services and retail outlets at Winter Park, including ski or snowboarding equipment and tuning. However, there are no lift ticket discounts available with this pass. All Ski Colorado pass purchasers also receive a free one-year subscription to SKI magazine.
The 2015 to 2016 season four pack at Copper Mountain provides four days of skiing and riding at the resort, no blackout dates and four ski lift tickets. The Copper Mountain four pack also includes 50 percent off any available tubing session, 33 percent off lodging of three nights or longer, and free scenic lift rides in summer. People can buy the Copper Mountain four pack either through Ski Colorado or Copper Mountain itself. First-time purchasers must buy their passes in person, although they may renew the passes online in the following season.