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IKON PASS GUIDE

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The Ikon Pass Unpacked

The Full Ikon Pass provides unlimited access to 14 resorts 
Best for
  • 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., AspenSnowmass, Sun Valley, Big Sky, Revelstoke)

  • Season pass for 13 resorts including Steamboat, Copper, Palisades Tahoe, Mammoth, Stratton and Mount Tremblant

New for the 2022-2023 Season
  • New Resorts: Sun Valley, Idaho and Snowbasin, UT are now part of the Ikon Pass; Expanded European access to Chamonix, Mont Blanc

  • The Ikon Base Plus Pass. For a $200 add-on to the Base Pass, receive 5 day access with blackouts to 6 resorts including Jackson Hole, AspenSnowmass, Alta, Deer Valley, Snowbasin and Sun Valley

  • Adventure Assurance: Ability to select All Destinations or choose a Single Destination

  • Ikon partners with Affirm for payment plan, $0 down and choose payment cadence

Overview of Ikon Pass Access By Region​
  • Unlimited access to the14 resorts in North America listed below

  • Includes early booking privileges to CMH Heli-Skiing and Summer Adventures

Ikon Pass Pricing Guide

Full Ikon Pass   

Adult         $1,179      (23+)

Teen               879  (13 -22)

Child             389    (5 - 12)

Toddler          149      (0 - 4)

Military/College/Nurses      $839

Ikon Base Pass/Plus Pass

Adult           $869/ 1,069   

Teen              649/ 849  

Child             349/ 549   

Toddler            99/ 299    

Military / College      $839

California/Sierra

Big Bear, Mammoth, June, Palisades Tahoe

Colorado Rockies

Steamboat, Winter Park, Copper, Eldora

Northeast

Stratton, Sugarbush, Mount Tremblant, Blue Mountain

Southeast

Snowshoe 

Utah Wasatch

Solitude

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Ikon Full vs. Base 

ACCESS TO THE SAME 50 RESORTS, WHAT IS REALLY DIFFERENT?

  • Partner Resort Access: The Full Pass offers 7 days at Partner Resorts, the Base Pass offers 5 days with holiday restrictions

  • AspenSnowmass, Jackson Hole, Deer Valley, Snowbasin, Sun Valley and Alta require a separate $200 upgrade to the Plus Pass for 5 days at these resorts

  • Renewal Discount for the Full Pass is $100 vs. $50 for the Base Pass (deadline April 21)

  • Blackout dates: The Full pass does not have blackout dates (choose the Full Pass if skiing or during peak periods)

  • Unlimited access: The Full has unlimited access to Steamboat. Steamboat is limited to 5 days with blackouts on the Base Pass.

  • Full has unlimited access to Solitude, Palisades Tahoe, 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 5 days with blackouts

  • Blackout dates for the 2022-23 season include -  Northern Hemisphere: Dec. 26 - Dec 31, 2022; Jan.14-15, 2023; Feb. 18-19, 2023 | Thredbo: July 2 - 17 2022, July 1 - 16 2023

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