Some are from Sydney.Probably all the Qlders that weren’t under stay home orders, so not eligible!
Anyway I’m in, as is daughter. What could go wrong?
Well they will be eligible under the resort closure terms, just not under the personal events terms. And if they picked specific week and didn't ski prior to that then they'll get the whole thing back.for real?
Yeah. Lots of non lockdown states trying to claim. They’ll be ok under resort closure (you can’t claim until October) but as far as I can interpret, the policy covers stay at home orders, not you can go but will have to quarantine when you return or maybe we won’t let you in.for real?
You pick it up in resort. My Breck one didn’t work at Whistler, had to get a new one.From: DSNS
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Subject:Epic Pass or Epic Australia Pass ?
Hi Vail Resorts
I'm an Australian resident and I'm tossing up whether to purchase an Epic Pass or Epic Australia Pass.
Once travel opens up after COVID restrictions are lifted one thing on my 'to do' list is go on a skiing holiday on the BC Powder Highway. I note that the Epic Pass gives a total of seven days of skiing and snowboarding at Resorts of the Canadian Rockies for the 2021/2022 winter season. This pass also gives 2022 access to Perisher/Falls Creek/Hotham in Australia so fits in very nicely with my ski plans.
If I purchase the Epic Pass, do you mail out the pass to Australia so that I could use it for the Canadian Rockies ? If so, great ! if not, could you suggest how I would be able to physically get my hands on an Epic Pass prior to travel from Australia to Canada.
Thanks in advance