The Mountain Collective pass announced the addition of Big Sky Resort in Montana and Niseko United Resort in Japan, both of which are new to the pass for the 2018-19 season.

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"The team is eager to kick off the upcoming season with the additions of Big Sky Resort and Niseko United as full partners, making the 2018-19 Mountain Collective pass the strongest roundup of resorts and skiable days since the pass's inception," says Christian Knapp, the Chief Marketing Officer of Aspen Ski Company in Mountain Collective's press release. "We're thrilled to continue offering our passholders access to a stellar lineup of resorts around the world at an affordable price."

According to the press release, Niseko United was previously a global affiliate, but "will join the Mountain Collective as a full partner for the 2018-19 season, expanding the breadth of the Collective with full partner destinations in five countries, and affiliates in two more."

With the inclusion of Big Sky and Niseko, skiers can now visit 17 different destinations with their Mountain Collective pass.

Ranging from Revelstoke Mountain Resort in British Columbia, to Snowbird in Utah, and Coronet Peak and The Remarkables in New Zealand, skiers can travel the globe with the Mountain Collective pass, receiving two days of skiing at each of the 17 locations.

Passes are now on sale for a limited-time price of $449.