December 8 Is the Last Day to Purchase a 22/23 Ikon Pass

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Ikon Pass Offers More Ways to Play Around the Globe

Thursday, December 8, 2022, is the last day to purchase 22/23 Ikon Pass products – Ikon Pass, Ikon Base Pass, and Ikon Session Pass. For current Ikon Pass pricing, please click here. The Ikon Pass will not be available for purchase starting December 9, 2022, and will go on sale for winter 23/24 in spring 2023.

Members of the Ikon Pass community can explore more than 50 destinations this winter, including seven new destinations for the 22/23 season: Sun Valley in Idaho, Snowbasin in Utah, Chamonix Mont-Blanc Valley in France, Grandvalira Resorts Andorra, Lotte Arai Resort in Japan, Panorama and Sun Peaks Resort in British Columbia, Canada. Ikon Pass now offers nine destinations in Canada and five in Europe. Exclusive member benefits include Ikon Pass First Tracks, Ikon Pass Travel, Ikon Pass app, and Adventure Assurance.

Thanks to recent storms, cold temperatures, and the hard work of mountain operations and snowmaking teams, most Ikon Pass destinations throughout North America are open, with more than a dozen opening early, offering skiers and riders bonus days on the slopes. Check out all opening dates here.

The Ikon Pass unlocks adventure with access to 54 iconic winter destinations across the Americas, Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand and is a collaboration of industry leaders Alterra Mountain Company, Aspen Skiing Company, Boyne Resorts, POWDR, and numerous independent ski destinations. Each demonstrates integrity, character, and independence that is reflected in their mountains and guests.

Ikon Pass by the Numbers

  • Destinations: 54
  • Continents: 5
  • Countries: 11
  • States: 15
  • Canadian Provinces: 4
  • Total Acres: 177,010*
  • Trails: 7,078
  • Lifts: 1,519
  • *Does not include CMH stats

The Ikon Pass is available until December 8 at www.ikonpass.com. To maximize the Ikon Pass this winter, download the Ikon Pass app found in most app stores, now also available in Canada.


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2 thoughts on “December 8 Is the Last Day to Purchase a 22/23 Ikon Pass

  1. Well if it wasnt for snowboarding skiing wouldnt even exist. Get a clue, if it wasnt for skis and ski areas being developed snowboarding and angry cockroches like yourself wouldn’t even exist so save it.
    There are many many way radder sponsored snowboarders than you that I know that are superior in friendliness and kindness too, so mbe you should adapt a better ‘tude toward others. We all are pretty fortunate to ride whatever and share the mountain experience called snowsliding. Sheesh people sheesh.

  2. Skiers would still be doing Backscratchers & Spread Eagles if it weren’t for Snowboarding. I wish skiing would following rollerblading and just fade away, kooks.

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