Epic Pass Locations : How do I sign up for Epic Coverage?

Epic Pass Locations : How do I sign up for Epic Coverage?

Epic Coverage is included at no charge with all passes and there is no sign up required. Follow the steps below after you purchase your 2021/22 pass to customize your protection. Pass Holders had until December 6, 2021 to make Epic Coverage Elections for the 2021/22 season. 


Please note, these preferences do not change the access of your pass – they are strictly used to determine your refund if a qualifying event occurs.

Step 1: Select your Priority Days

Log into ‘My Account’ on epicpass.com and choose the Priority Days you would like to protect for the upcoming Core Season by December 6th, 2021. You can protect up to seven Priority Days, or the number of days of access on your pass, whichever is less.

Step 2: Choose the Coverage that is Right for You. 

If you want coverage for your Priority Days, no further action is required. They will be visible in the ‘My Account’ section in your profile, after Dec 6, 2021. 


If you wish to change your election from your Priority Days and choose ‘Core Season’ for coverage, update the Epic Coverage section in ‘My Account’ to ‘Core Season’. Then select either ‘Primary Resort’ or ‘All Resorts’ depending on your preferences to ski/ride this season 

Step 3: That’s it. Your pass is now covered for qualifying personal events and qualifying resort closures for the 2020/21 season defined in the Epic Coverage terms and conditions.

If you experience a qualifying personal event or qualifying resort closure, please refer to the “How do I submit a refund request?” section for more information on how to request a refund. 

Epic Pass Locations


1245 hectares of terrain to explore, 47 lifts, seven mountain peaks, four resort areas, Snowsports School, retail stores, hire outlets, Skitube and much, much more.

Perisher is Australia’s most popular snow holiday destination. Located in the picturesque Kosciuszko National Park in NSW, its four resort areas make it the Southern Hemisphere’s largest alpine resort. Perisher’s varied terrain is suitable for all ages and ability levels from first timer’s right up to experts.


The perfect winter playground for families, Falls Creek is Victoria’s largest alpine resort, featuring over 90 trails to explore within 450 hectares of progression perfect terrain!

Falls Creek village transforms into a ski-in, ski-out winter wonderland, with 37 different places to eat and drink! If you’re new to the snow or looking to improve on techniques, our incredible Snowsports School will take you and your child’s skiing or snowboarding abilities to the next level. Come and build memories with your family and friends that will last a lifetime!


With 80% of intermediate and advanced terrain access across 320 hectares, Hotham boasts the highest proportion of black runs in Australia. Gullies, bowls, glades, chutes and ridges are all easily accessible across the resort. The village is uniquely nestled on top of the mountain and beyond the panoramic views, it means you literally walk out onto the snowfields, step into your gear and drop down onto the runs.

Never wait for the first powder run of the day. Along with an outdoor onsen spa retreat, Australia’s highest brewery, toboggan areas and dog sled tours, you will find something for everyone at Hotham.


Japan’s renowned Hakuba Valley has joined the Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass and Epic Australia Pass!  Pass holders will receive 5 consecutive days with no blackout dates at Hakuba Valley’s nine ski resorts

Hakuba Valley stretches along the Japanese Northern Alps 200km (125miles) northwest of Tokyo on the main island of Japan. Offering all levels of ski and snowboard terrain including well-groomed to untouched quality powder. Hakuba Valley has more than 140 trails, 103 lifts and some of the longest vertical skiing in Japan and snowfall averaging 32 feet a season. Off the slopes, Hakuba Valley features an array of dining options and lively après scene including dozens of “izakaya” or traditional Japanese pubs and numerous “onsen” or natural mineral hot springs. Hakuba Valley also has a number of great accommodation options to choose from and rental shops with high quality equipment allowing for a smooth and convenient ski trip to Japan.


Rusutsu Resort is located in Hokkaido, Japan, just 90 minutes from Sapporo and New Chitose Airport.


  • Access to Vail, Breck, Park City, Whistler Blackcomb and more.
  • Limited access to our partner resorts in North America, Europe and Japan.
  • Includes Epic Mountain Rewards – 20% off food, lodging, lessons, rentals and more.
  • Refunds for job loss, injury, illness & more with Epic Coverage.
  • Plus, discounted tickets for you, friends and family.

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