Skiing or snowboarding more than 7 days this season, especially over the holidays and seeking variety at premier destinations, many of which are part of a multi-resort network for the first time
Northeasterners who want to take long weekends to top resorts in the region (e.g., Tremblant, Sugarbush, Killington) and a couple of trips out West
Jetsetters in the West looking to visit several of the most luxurious destinations and enjoy extreme terrain (e.g., Aspen Snowmass, Deer Valley, Big Sky, Revelstoke)
Season pass for 14 resorts including Steamboat, Copper, Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows, Mammouth, Stratton and Tremblant
RESORT ACCESS BY REGION
Unlimited access to 16 resorts in North America
ACCESS TO 40 RESORTS, NO BLACKOUTS
Passes go on Sale: Mar-5
7 days combined at Aspen, Snowmass, Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands
7 days combined at AltaSnowbird
7 days combined at Big 3 Resorts - Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise and Mt. Norquay
7 days combined at Killington / Pico
7 days combined at these three resorts
Utah Wasatch Mountains
Rockies (NM, MT, WY)
Taos, Big Sky, Jackson Hole
The Summit at Snoqualmie
SkiBig3, Revelstoke, Cypress
Sunday River, Sugarloaf
Boyne Highlands, Boyne Mountain
Thredbo, Mt. Buller
Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Mt Hutt
New for 2020-21 season
Jackson Hole and AspenSnowmass are no longer part of the Base Pass. However, Base Pass Holders can purchase 5 days at each for an extra $150
Sugarbush and Stratton are now unlimited for all pass holders (base pass holders have 12 blackout dates at these resorts)
Pass prices for the early spring deadline have increased by $50 relative to last year's pricing
Ikon is offering a Session Pass for the first time, purchase 4 days at 30 different resorts for $399
Anyone planning to ski or snowboard for more than 8 days at any combination of these resorts this season will do well with this Pass…SnowmassAspen, Jackson Hole, SnowbirdAlta, Killington, SkiBig 3, just to name a few, all on one pass with no holiday restrictions - almost too good to be true. Just be careful if you plan to spend more than 7 days at partner resorts.
Example - Ski during peak periods and try somewhere new
The Ikon Pass provides access to many of the most sought after destinations in North America. Spend Christmas or New Years or both at AspenSnowmass, Steamboat, or Deer Valley. From the Northeast, watch the forecast and plan to enjoy a long weekend at Stratton, Killington or Sugarbush with fresh snow and maybe even some warmer temperatures. In the Midwest, enjoy up to a week at Boyne Highlands or Boyne Mountain. Consider heading up to Tremblant and enjoying the charming scene in Montreal. Or contemplate a last minute President's Weekend get away to wherever the snow looks best. For spring break, consider visiting somewhere new - perhaps Taos or Revelstoke - keep exploring all season long and over the summer too in Thredbo, Australia and Valle Nevado, Chile.
Limited access (up to 7 days) with no blackouts to 24 partner resorts
Also includes early booking privileges to CMH Heli-Skiing and Summer Adventures
Ikon Full vs. Base
ACCESS TO THE SAME 41 RESORTS, WHAT IS REALLY DIFFERENT?
AspenSnowmass and Jackson Hole require a separate $150 purchase for 5 days at these resorts
No blackout dates for the Full pass (choose the Full Pass if skiing or during peak periods)
Full has unlimited access to Steamboat. Steamboat is limited to 5 days with blackouts on the Base Pass.
Full has unlimited access to Solitude, Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows, Mammoth, June, Sugarbush and Stratton. The Base Pass has unlimited days at these resorts, but they are subject to blackouts.
Full has up to 7 days each at partner resorts, no blackouts
Base Pass has up to 5 days each at partner resorts, with blackouts
Blackout dates for the 2020-21 season include - Northern Hemisphere: Dec. 26 - Jan2, 2019; Jan.16-17, 2020; Feb. 13-14, 2020 | Thredbo: June 26-July 11, 2021