The M.A.X. Pass™ Returns for the 2016-2017 Season at a Special Spring Rate, Adds Alyeska, Solitude and Wachusett Resorts

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Pass Gives Skiers & Snowboarders Access to 25 Premier Mountains
Across North America

  • The New Spring Rate of $599 for an Adult Pass is Available for a
    Limited Time and is $100 Less than 2015 Spring Prices
  • Skiers and Snowboarders Receive 5 Days at Each of the 25 Resorts
    with No Blackout Dates
  • Perfect for Skiing in Your Backyard and Taking Trips to Your
    Favorite Destination Resorts—All on One Pass
  • $49 Down Now to Secure the Lowest Spring Rate for a Limited Time

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The M.A.X. Pass from Intrawest, Powdr and Boyne Resorts is on sale now
with access to 25 resorts for the 2016-17 ski season. New this year, the
M.A.X. Pass now includes Alyeska Resort in Alaska, Solitude Resort in
Utah and Wachusett Mountain in Massachusetts, in addition to the 22
resorts across Intrawest, Boyne, and Powdr. Also new this year, the
M.A.X. Pass is now on sale at an incredible value of just $599 for an
adult pass–$100 lower than last year’s introductory price.


The “Multi-Alpine Experience” pass offers skiers and snowboarders five
days at each of the 25 participating resorts with a total of 125 days on
the slopes and no blackout dates, providing the flexibility to ski where
they want and when they want. From day trips and ski weekends close to
home to ski vacations at destination resorts, the M.A.X. Pass gives
winter sports enthusiasts the ability to dream and travel to mountains
they’ve never gone to before.

Participating resorts by region include:
Northeast/East
Killington,
Vermont
Loon Mountain, New Hampshire
Pico Mountain, Vermont
Snowshoe,
West Virginia
Stratton, Vermont
Sugarloaf, Maine
Sunday
River, Maine
Wachusett, Massachusetts

Rockies
Big Sky, Montana
Brighton, Utah
Copper
Mountain, Colorado
Solitude, Utah
Steamboat, Colorado
Winter
Park, Colorado

Midwest
Boyne Highlands, Michigan
Boyne Mountain,
Michigan

West
Boreal Mountain, California
Crystal Mountain,
Washington
Lee Canyon, Nevada
Mt. Bachelor, Oregon
The
Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington

Alaska
Alyeska, Alaska

Canada
Blue Mountain, Ontario
Cypress Mountain, British
Columbia
Mont Tremblant, Quebec

Skiers and snowboarders can put down $49 now to secure the special
spring rates of $599 for an adult pass, $399 for teens (ages 13–17),
$299 for kids (ages 6-12), and $29 for children (5 and under) and pay
off the balance in mid-September 2016. These introductory prices are
available for a limited time.

“We developed the M.A.X. Pass to provide unprecedented value, access and
flexibility to ski throughout the season both close to home and at
destination resorts across North America,” said Tom Marano, CEO of
Intrawest. “We’re thrilled to not only bring the M.A.X. Pass back for a
second season but also to add a greater benefit with the new lower
spring rate and the addition of the premier mountain resorts Alyeska,
Solitude and Wachusett. We’re also continuing to work to provide our
customer greater value and more enhancements for the 2016­-2017 ski
season.”

No Blackout Dates

The M.A.X. Pass is valid for the entire 2016-2017 ski season at all 25
mountains with no blackout dates, meaning all holidays are included. Days
do not need to be used consecutively and days are not transferrable from
one mountain to another.

Buy Now for Lowest Introductory Price

The M.A.X. Pass is on sale now at theMAXpass.com
and is available at the introductory spring rates through May 2,
2016.

2016-17 Season Pass Holder Add-on Benefit for only $299

Skiers that have purchased a qualifying season pass at their favorite
participating resort are eligible to purchase the M.A.X. Pass Add-on for
only $299 for adults, $249 for teens (ages 13–17), $199 for kids (ages
6-12), and $29 for children (5 and under). The M.A.X. Pass Add-on
provides five days of skiing/riding at each participating resort, except
those accessible with the qualifying season pass. For more information
visit www.theMAXpass.com

Purchase your M.A.X. Pass ONLINE ONLY at theMAXpass.com.
For additional info, please email
info@theMAXpass.com.
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ABOUT INTRAWEST RESORTS HOLDINGS, INC.

Intrawest is a North American mountain resort and adventure company,
delivering distinctive vacation and travel experiences to its customers
for over three decades. The Company owns interests in seven four-season
mountain resorts with more than 11,000 skiable acres and over 1,140
acres of land available for real estate development. Intrawest’s
mountain resorts are geographically diversified across most of North
America’s major ski regions, including the Eastern United States, the
Rocky Mountains, the Pacific Southwest and Canada. The Company also
operates an adventure travel business, the cornerstone of which is
Canadian Mountain Holidays, the leading heli-skiing adventure company in
North America. Additionally, the Company operates a comprehensive real
estate business through which it manages condominium hotel properties
and sells and markets residential real estate. Intrawest Resorts
Holdings, Inc. common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange
(NYSE: SNOW). For more information, visit www.intrawest.com.

ABOUT BOYNE RESORTS

Boyne Resorts is the largest family owned four-season resort
company in North America; founded in 1947 by Everett Kircher. A
Michigan-based corporation, Boyne Resorts owns and/or operates
award-winning mountain and golf resorts and attractions throughout the
United States and Canada including Cypress Mountain near Vancouver,
British Columbia, official freestyle skiing and snowboard venue of the
2010 Olympic Winter Games, Sugarloaf and Sunday River Resort in Maine,
Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, The Inn at Bay Harbor – A Renaissance
Golf Resort and Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark in Michigan, Big Sky
Resort in Montana, Loon Mountain in New Hampshire, Gatlinburg Sky Lift
in Tennessee, Brighton in Utah, Crystal Mountain and The Summit at
Snoqualmie in Washington. For more information on Boyne Resorts, please
visit www.boyneresorts.com.

ABOUT POWDR

Powdr is a mountain sports and active entertainment company,
headquartered in Park City, Utah. Powdr owns and operates eight mountain
resorts (Copper Mountain Resort in Summit County, Colorado; Killington
Resort and Pico Mountain in Killington, Vermont; Mt. Bachelor in Bend,
Oregon; Boreal Resort and Soda Springs Resort in Donner Summit,
California; Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort near Las Vegas, Nevada; and
Gorgoza Park in Park City, Utah); Woodward, world-class action sports
camps and progression centers with four locations (Camp Woodward in
Woodward, Pennsylvania; Woodward West in Tehachapi, California; Woodward
Tahoe at Boreal Resort in California; and Woodward Copper in Summit
County, Colorado); Outside Television, the only national television
network dedicated to the active lifestyle; and Powdr Enterprises,
launched to activate and integrate the Powdr platform and build new,
complementary businesses, partnerships and programming. For additional
information on Powdr, please visit www.powdr.com

Contacts

for M.A.X. Pass
Kate Lessman, 970.333.3395
or
Aubrey
Cornelius, 303.229.4431
or
Sprocket
Communications
, 303.495.2883