Introducing the new Ikon Pass
A brand new season pass is arriving for the 18/19 ski season that provides access to 26 ski resorts across North America.
The pass is being launched by the Alterra Mountain Company which own and operates twelve of the resorts covered by the new season pass. At its launch the Chief Marketing Officer of Alterra, Erik Fossel, stated “The new pass unites North America’s premier mountain destinations. We believe that this new pass offers tremendous opportunity and appeal to mountain enthusiasts who have a passion for outdoor adventure”
Ikon Pass Destinations
The Ikon Pass currently brings together 26 iconic ski destinations in 9 US states and 4 Canadian provinces:
- Colorado: Steamboat, Winter Park Resort, Aspen Snowmass, Copper Mountain Resort
- California: Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, Big Bear Mountain Resort
- Eastern USA: Killington Resort, Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Loon Mountain Resort, Snowshoe, Stratton
- Wyoming: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
- Montana: Big Sky Resort
- Utah: Deer Valley Resort, Snowbird, Alta Ski Area
Canada: Tremblant, Blue Mountain, Ski Big 3 (Banff, Lake Louise), Revelstoke
The new Ikon pass will be available for the 18/19 winter season and will offer two types of season pass, as follows:
The Ikon Base Pass
In addition, the pass provides you with a maximum of 5 days skiing at each of the following resorts in our North American collection; Steamboat, Mammoth Mountain, Jackson Hole, Big Sky, Killington, Revelstoke, Deer Valley, Aspen/Snowmass, Snowbird, Lake Louise and Banff.
Blackout dates will apply to the base pass and you will not be able to ski during peak US holiday dates as follows Dec 26 -31, Jan 19-20, Feb 16-17 2019. 5 days means total combined days at Banff/Lake Louise 5 days combined at Aspen/Snowmass.
The Ikon Pass
In addition, the pass provides you with a maximum of 7 days skiing at each of the following resorts in our North American collection; Jackson Hole, Big Sky, Killington, Revelstoke, Deer Valley, Aspen/Snowmass, Snowbird, Lake Louise and Banff.
There are no blackout dates on this pass. 7 days means total combined days at Banff/Lake Louise and 7 days combined at Aspen/Snowmass.
The Ikon pass is the perfect pass if you’re thinking about going on a multi-resort snow safari or twin centre holiday to North America and opens up a number fantastic holiday ideas, such as:
- A multi-resort road trip through Colorado staying at Aspen/Snowmass, Steamboat Steamboat and Winter Park
- A twin centre holiday at Jackson Hole and Big Sky
- A twin Centre holiday at Banff and Revelstoke
The Ikon pass now makes it even easier to explore some of the top ski destinations in North America.