Ikon Pass Adds 7 More Bucket List Destinations & Expands Access | 36 Mountains, 604 Lifts, 74000 Acres

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Katchina Peak, Taos Ski Valley, NM.

As if 29 iconic destinations spanning nine states, three countries, two continents and 66,000 acres of skiable acres weren’t enough – The Ikon Pass, brought to you by Alterra Mountain Company, just got even gnarlier—unlocking more North American access, plus across the Pacific, for unparalleled access to the most iconic destinations on the planet.

The Ikon Pass is more than a pass—it’s a passport to experience a community of bucket list destinations, making aspirational skiing and riding adventures accessible every day. As the new standard in season passes, both the Ikon Pass and Ikon Base Pass offer exclusive access to the world’s premier mountain destinations, including unique character and, of course, the most extraordinary terrain imaginable.

36 Ikon Pass destinations.

Ikon Pass by the Numbers:

  • Destinations: 36
  • States: 12
  • Canadian Provinces: 4
  • Total Acres: 74,000+
  • Vertical Drop: 88,303 feet
  • Trails: 3,953
  • Lifts: 604
  • Annual snowfall: 11,131 inches

36 Ikon Pass Ski Resorts:

  • Aspen Snowmass, Steamboat, Winter Park Resort, Copper Mountain and Eldora in Colorado
  • Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Mammoth Mountain, JuneMountain and Big Bear Mountain Resort in California
  • Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Wyoming;
  • Big Sky in Montana
  • Stratton, Killington and Sugarbush Resort in Vermont
  • Snowshoe in West Virginia
  • Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain in Michigan
  • Crystal Mountain Resort and The Summit at Snoqualmie in Washington
  • Tremblant in Quebec and Blue Mountain in Ontario, Canada
  • SkiBig3 in Alberta, Canada
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort and Cypress Mountain in British Columbia, Canada
  • Sunday River and Sugarloaf in Maine
  • Loon Mountain in New Hampshire
  • Deer Valley Resort, Solitude Mountain Resort, Brighton Resort, Alta, and Snowbird in Utah
  • Thredbo in Australia
  • Niseko United in Japan


Alta, UT. photo: alta

Make Utah a must this season, thanks to its 10,000 acres of skiable terrain available on the Ikon Pass —the most Utah terrain offered on any pass. Ikon Pass holders now have access to not only Deer Valley Resort, Alta and Snowbird, but also Solitude Mountain Resort and Brighton Resort. Solitude Mountain Resort has some of the most impressive off-piste terrain in the country, while Brighton boasts 100 percent of its terrain accessible by high-speed quads.


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Niseko, Japan. Don’t forget to pack your snorkel.  image:  ikon pass

Make the trip of a lifetime—including first tracks in waist-deep powder on Japan’s northernmost island of Hokkaido. Adding its third continent and fourth country, the Ikon Pass community now includes access to Niseko United, home to some of the planet’s most plentiful, deepest, and lightest snow. Renowned for its consistent 50+ feet of snowfall, Niseko United is regarded as Japan’s premier mountain destination.


Katchina Peak, Taos Ski Valley, NM.  This has a lift up it now…

Treat yourself to an eclectic cultural experience that combines big-mountain adventure and Southwest spirit. Now a part of the Ikon Pass community, New Mexico’s Taos Ski Valley offers 1,200 exhilarating acres, including expert hike-to terrain. Nestled in an intimate valley where Spanish Colonial and Native American history meet European village charm, it’s also in the midst of a $300 million overhaul, heightening its premier vacation and adventure destination status. 


Crystal Mountain, WA. photo: ikon pass

Experience legendary snowfall that spans two countries. By adding The Summit at Snoqualmie in Washington and Cypress Mountain in British Columbia, the Ikon Pass community now touches every corner of our country and expands Canadian access. In the heart of the Cascades, The Summit at Snoqualmie includes the Alpental back bowls and back country, two terrain parks and a superpipe, while Cypress Mountain offers the most terrain and the best snow conditions on the North Shore Mountains’ highest peak.  Alterra is currently finalizing an agreement with Crystal Mountain, WA that will include Crystal Mountain unlimited on both the Ikon Pass and Ikon Base Pass once finalized in October.


Boyne Mountain, MI. image: ikon pass

Conquer the mountains of the Midwest with the latest additions to the Ikon Pass community —Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain in Michigan. The iconic mountain destinations, located 280 miles north of Detroit, offer the most skiable acres in lower Michigan, including the state’s longest ski run.


Sugarloaf, ME. image: ikon pass

Triple your access to some of the best terrain New England has to offer. The Ikon Pass originally offered seven days combined between New Hampshire’s Loon Mountain and Maine’s Sugarloaf and Sunday River (five days combined between the three destinations on the Ikon Base Pass), but it now offers seven days at each destination (five days at each destination on the Ikon Base Pass)—bringing access to 21 days total on the Ikon Pass (15 days total on the Ikon Base Pass).

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