The title is in reference to the fact that all across Europe ski resorts are joining forces and selling multi-day passes for multiple ski resorts, and not just neigboring ski resorts. I know some places in the US are starting to do this but it seems it is more along the lines of resorts under one company are doing this versus several resorts under different owners in a small area doing this. As far as I can tell, only four multi-resort passes are available: The Rocky Mountain Super Pass (covering Winter Park, Mary Jane, Copper Mountain, and 6 days at Steamboat)for an unknown price; the Vail Epic Pass (covering Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Heavenly, Northstar-at-Tahoe, and Sierra-at-Tahoe) for $679; the Summit Pass (covering Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin) for $459; and the Ski Salt Lake Super Pass (covering Alta, Brighton, Solitude, and Snowbird) for $384 for 6 of 7 days (no idea of cost for the season for this or even if it is available).
The Monterosa ski resort charges 391 euros ($522) for 13 days; the Aosta Valley ski pass charges 320 euros ($430)for 13 days after March 27 which covers all the ski resorts in the Aosta Valley (some 22 different resorts), and the International Aosta Valley ski pass charges 450 euros ($601) for thirteen days including three days at Zermatt. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort charges $876 for a thirteen of 18 day ski pass. RIPOFF. I sincerely think the type of multiresort/multiday ski passes so common in Europe will always be a pipe dream here in the US.