Mountain Collective


25 dream destinations

Bromont is now part of the Mountain Collective multi-resort pass. A portal to the world’s best skiing and snowboarding resorts in the world.

2 days at each ski resort
50% discount on additional days
No date restrictions

With the Mountain Collective pass, it’s your powder trip to Western Canada and your weekend getaways to the Eastern Townships, Maine or Charlevoix that will become a reality.

Ski days

Ski the world

Alta Ski Area
Arapahoe Basin
Aspen Snowmass
Big Sky Resort
Grand Targhee Resort
Jackson Hole
Station De Montagne Snowbasin
Sugar Bowl
Sun Valley
Taos Ski Valley

Mt Buller

Nouvelle- Zélande
Coronet Peak + The Remarkables

Banff Sunshine
Lake Louise
Le Massif De Charlevoix
Marmot Basin
Panorama Mountain Resort
Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Sun Peaks Resort

Niseko United


Valle Nevado

On sale from March 5

2024-25 rates

Mountain collective Pass

SPRING PRESALE BONUS: Buy during the spring sale and get an additional day at the resort of your choice.

Limited quantities
Regular rate
Adult (18 & up)
Young Adult (13-17)
Child (6-12)
Child (5 & less)


Answers to your questions about the Mountain Collective pass.

How can I use my Mountain Collective pass?

All pass holders will receive their card by mail. It allows you to bypass the lines and access the lifts directly at most of our resorts. After purchasing a Mountain Collective pass, send a photo and sign the waiver to receive your card by mail.

Can I purchase an additional card to have one for each jacket?

No, we allow only one card per person.

What is the age limit for Young Adult and Child passes?

Young adult passes are for skiers and snowboarders aged 13 to 18 at the time of purchase. Child passes are for skiers and snowboarders aged 6-12 at the time of purchase. For ages 5 and under, it’s free; you need to select this type of pass at the time of purchase.

Do I need to keep my pass for next year?

Absolutely! You can reuse your card with Mountain Collective for future seasons. We encourage you to keep it for future use as it will remain valid each year. It’s also important to note that there’s a cost associated with replacing the card.

What happens if I forget my pass when visiting?

You’ll be able to obtain a day pass at any of our resorts upon presenting proof of purchase and identification.

Can I transfer my pass to another skier?

No, the Mountain Collective pass is non-transferable. Using someone else’s pass constitutes fraud.

Can I cancel my Mountain Collective pass?

The Mountain Collective pass is non-cancelable and non-refundable.

Do I need to make reservations in advance for my visits to the resorts?

Some resorts require reservations for ski days (and/or parking spaces) for specific times. Please check the resort reservations page before your visit for all the details.

Can I make modifications to my reservations at resorts that require them?

Yes, you can make changes to your reservations at the following Mountain Collective resort locations:

Aspen Réservations
Big Sky Réservations
Jackson Hole Réservations

For more information on updating your reservations at certain hotels, visit the Mountain Collective Hotel Reservations page.

Didn’t find an answer to your question? Check out the Mountain Collective FAQ.

Lodging offer

Hôtel Chateau-Bromont
4 stars
to 0.8 km of the mountain

20 % discount on regular rates for Mountain Collective passholders


*Proof of Mountain Collective membership may be required by Château Bromont upon check-in.

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Dream itinerary with your pass

Powder skiing trip and weekend getaways

The Mountain Collective multi-resort pass can take you to the ends of the earth and to some of the best ski destinations in the country. But did you know that it can also take you to 3 destinations within easy driving distance? Imagine your 2024-2025 ski season…

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Mountain collective benefits

Benefits for our AnyTime Passholders

Anytime Pass holders for 2024-25 at Bromont will enjoy a 50% discount on daily tickets at the other 24 Mountain Collective destinations for the season 2024-25.

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