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Mountain Collective Pass

The Mountain Collective returns for the 2023/24 season with the alliance of the world’s best resorts. This unprecedented collaboration represents a powerful opportunity to experience the ultimate winter. Those who join the Mountain Collective receive two free days of skiing or riding, unlimited 50% off single-day lift tickets thereafter, and exclusive lodging deals at each of Mountain Collective’s 25 destinations.

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Passholder Information

If you are a Mountain Collective Passholder and have your single use Mountain Collective Pass, head straight to the lift. 

If you forgot to bring your Mountain Collective Pass with you, please visit the Ticket Booth or Activity Center.

To purchase additional 50% off days at Targhee please visit the Ticket Booth or Activity Center. 

Mountain Collective Reciprocity Resort

Discounted lift tickets must be purchased at the Ticket Booth or Activity Center. Please present photo ID and current season pass.

Please note: Your home resort is responsible for updating the Mountain Collective database with their season passholder information. We search this database to redeem your reciprocity discounts and can only hone the discount if your name is in the database provided to us. Please be check your home mountain resorts season pass benefits to ensure your pass is eligible for the discount. Any discrepancies will need to be discussed with your home mountain. Full price tickets purchased in advance online are not eligible for the 50% discount. 

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As a Mountain Collective pass holder, you’ll receive 15% or 20% off slopeside lodging at Grand Targhee Resort when you book two or three consecutive night stays.

Book Two Nights

Book Three Nights

Uphill access is now open until further notice. Please review our uphill policy and remember that the resort is closed. You are skiing at your own risk. 

The snow access at the base area will be limited due to ongoing construction projects. The recommended uphill route is the Teton Vista Traverse. Active heavy equipment, winch cables and other dangerous equipment will be on the mountain, so please ski with caution at all times.