The Ikon Pass and Epic Pass are both killer values that can get you on the hill just about anywhere in the country. So which one should you get? It’s a tough choice.
Why not just get both! For $1898 you could have access to over 90 mountains around the world. That’s incredible considering you can pay upwards of $1500 for a single mountain season pass at some resorts.
Here’s what you get:
IKON PASS -$999
The Ikon Pass will get you on the lift at 35 destinations, plus discounts on retail and tickets for your friends.
Unlimited Access: Mammoth (CA), Steamboat (CO), Stratton (VT), Squaw/Alpine (CA), Tremblant (QC), Winter Park (CO), Big Bear (CA), Copper (CO), Snowshoe (WV), June (CA), Eldora (CO), Blue Mountain (PA), and Solitude (UT).
Limited Access, No Blackouts: The Summit at Snoqualmie (WA), Taos Ski Valley (NM), Deer Valley (UT), Brighton (UT), Alta/Snowbird (UT), Jackson Hole (WY), Big Sky Resort (MT), Aspen/Snowmass (CO), Boyne Highlands (MI), Boyne Mountain (MI), SkiBig3 (AB), Revelstoke (BC), Cypress (BC), Killington (VT), Sugarbush (VT), Loon Mountain (NH), Sunday River (ME), Sugarloaf (ME), Thredbo (Australia) and Niseko United (Japan)
EPIC PASS – $899
The Epic Pass gets you access to an incredible 65 resorts around the world. Plus you get free tickets for your friends and discounts on lodging.
Unlimited Access: Vail (CO), Beaver Creek (CO), Whistler Blackcomb (BC), Breckenridge (CO), Park City (UT), Keystone (CO), Heavenly (CA), Northstar (CA), Kirkwood (CA), Stowe (VT), Wilmot (WI), Afton Alps (MN), Mt. Brighton (MI), Perisher Australia (2019), A-Basin (CO), Okemo (VT), Sunapee (NH), Crested Butte (CO), and Stevens Pass (WA).
Plus: 7 Days at Telluride (CO), 7 combined days at Fernie (BC), Kicking Horse (BC), Kimberley (BC), Nakiska (AB), Mont Sainte Anne (QC), and Stoneham (QC), 5 Days in the Hakuba Valley, Japan, and access to 30 European Resorts.
Winter is coming, get ready.