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Cottonwood Heights Journal

Ski & Snowboard News / Deer Valley continues reciprocation with local resorts

Jul 09, 2015 07:54AM ● By Harriet Wallis

photo credit: Deer Valley

When Deer Valley bought Solitude in spring, skiers wondered how it would affect them for the coming ski season. They wondered if the Wasatch Benefit deal they've enjoyed for three years will continue. The answer is: Yes, the deal continues.

Skiers who buy a 2015-16 season pass at Deer Valley will also get three days of skiing at Alta and three at Snowbird.

It's reciprocal. Season passholders at Alta and Snowbird will continue to get three days at the other two resorts.

“Continuing to add value and variety for our Alta skiers is exciting for us,” said Alta Ski Area’s President and General Manager, Onno Wieringa.

“Our guests told us last winter how much they enjoyed the days at the other mountains. We are proud to partner with these two world-class resorts,” said Snowbird President Bob Bonar.

“We are pleased to be able to offer this benefit for the third year to our Deer Valley season passholders. It’s a great way to show our gratitude and continue this partnership with two world-class Utah resorts,” said Deer Valley Resort President and General Manager Bob Wheaton.

Solitude is not in the reciprocal winter mix. However, your 2014 - 2015 Deer Valley season pass allows you to receive two summer lift passes at Solitude.