Take a pass 

... and shred more than Dick Cheney's personal assistant

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Epic college memories are waiting to be had at some of the state's best ski resorts ... but you probably knew that when you decided to go to school here. If you plan to spend a lot of time in the mountains, the best deal, by far, is a season pass.

Here are a few solid choices. Each covers unlimited skiing at the resort(s) listed, unless otherwise noted. Go to the Web site of each resort to find out more.

Monarch Mountain College Pass (college ID required, ages 16-61): $299

Arapahoe Basin Bonus Pass (must be at least 18): $309, includes five valid ski days at Keystone or Breckenridge

Copper Mountain Adult Pass (must be at least 18): $349

Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin Adult Ski 3 Pass (must be at least 18): $419

Telluride College Pass (must be a full-time student, taking 12 credit hours): $499

  • ... and shred more than Dick Cheney's personal assistant


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