Ikon Pass Adds More Bucket List Destinations and Expands Access

Somehow, the Ikon Pass and Ikon Base Pass from the Alterra Mountain Company got even better with snow season right around the corner.


If having access to 36 iconic snow destinations spanning 12 states and three continents weren’t enough, then we’ve got good news for those shopping for a resort pass this winter. The Ikon Pass and Ikon Base Pass from Alterra Mountain Company just got even better, unlocking unmatched access to some of the best mountains for skiing and riding on the planet.

Unparalleled Utah Terrain

Make Utah a must this season. Thanks to its 10,000 acres of available terrain, the Ikon Pass offers the most Utah terrain found on any pass. Ikon Pass holders not only get to enjoy Deer Valley Resort, Alta and Snowbird, but now get Solitude Mountain Resort and Brighton Resort as well.

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Now With Japan’s Premier Pow

Take the trip of a lifetime — including first tracks in waist-deep powder — on Japan’s island of Hokkaido. The addition of Niseko United, home to some of the planet’s most plentiful snow, sees the Ikon Pass reach its third continent.

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“Land of Enchantment” Enhancement

Treat yourself to an eclectic cultural experience that combines alpine adventure and Southwest spirit. Now a part of the Ikon Pass community, New Mexico’s Taos Ski Valley is home to 1,200 exhilarating acres, including expert hike-to terrain.

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Pacific Northwest Extension

The Ikon Pass community now touches every corner of the US with the addition of The Summit at Snoqualmie and unlimited access to Crystal Mountain Resort in Washington, plus Cypress Mountain in British Columbia, unlocking expanded access into the Pacific Northwest.

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The Best of the Midwest

Conquer Midwest mountains with the latest additions to the Ikon Pass community: Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain in Michigan.

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Even More Northeast Days

Triple your access to the best terrain New England has on tap. The Ikon Pass originally offered seven days combined between Loon Mountain, Sugarloaf and Sunday River (five days combined on the Ikon Base Pass). But it now touts seven days at each destination (five at each on the Ikon Base Pass), bringing New England Ikon Pass days to a total of 21 (or 15 total on the Ikon Base Pass).

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*Any Ikon Pass access or benefits at Crystal Mountain Resort are contingent upon the completion of Alterra Mountain Company’s transaction to acquire Crystal Mountain Resort.

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