Experience More with EpicMix.
The official App of 17 US and Canadian ski resorts on the Epic Pass. New for the 20/21 season, navigate the mountain with new interactive trail maps, plan your day with in-depth resort information and stay in the loop with up-to-the-minute resort notifications.
Resorts included on EpicMix: Vail, Beaver Creek, Breck, Keystone, Crested Butte, Whistler Blackcomb, Park City, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Stevens Pass, Stowe, Afton Alps, Wilmot, Mount Sunapee, Okemo, and Mt. Brighton
• Find your location on every resort trail map
• Filter your trail map by lift and trail status, including up-to-the-minute grooming information
• Track the vertical feet you have skied over a day, season or your lifetime
• Check mountain conditions through on mountain web cams
• Get up to date weather and snowfall information for every resort
• View lift status and wait time to plan your ski route
This latest version includes bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Where did all of the best features go?
The new app update definitely looks sleeker and cleaner, but I don’t understand why epic got rid of some of the old features. You can no longer see real time updates of your day with which lifts you took (which also means you can’t add in a lift that gets missed, which happens occasionally), the ability to add friends is gone, no more badges, and there is no online website equivalent - all of which were major draws to using the app, especially if you ski with friends and are the least bit competitive. The new features are great, but they seem to cater more to tourists. If you’re someone who skis a lot each season, those features definitely don’t make up for the features that were done away with. Such a bummer. I’ll probably rely more on the slopes app this season.
This is a great tool
I have been using this app for the last two seasons, and it has worked great for me. The challenges and the social connectivity are definitely my favorite parts. There is a challenge to ride every lift at a given resort in a single day, and I've completed it at both Keystone and Park City. Very fun. If you are a season pass holder, then you should absolutely use this app!
I've noticed that a lot of the complaints on these reviews are about the app not tracking them consistently. In my experience, it will only do that if I carry my Epic Pass in my pant pocket or in my backpack where it's hard for the scanners on each lift to pick it up. Once I started putting my pass in my breast pocket, I never had any issues.
As far as customer service goes, the one and only time I did have an issue, I emailed them and was responded to within just a few hours. So great job there too.
1. Someone thinks is a good idea to have the “Epic Pass” button redirect you to the Northstar website to buy another pass? Why not convert that feature to pull up a stored image of your current pass?
2. Northstar’s website refers to features that we cannot find.
3. Why is it when you select the “Dine” button, you get redirected to a generic list of restaurants? Maybe, you can create a link for each restaurants phone number & profile on Open Table? This would allow for someone to quickly engage the restaurant and assess their availability.
In conclusion, I think this app needs attention and significant modifications.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.