Got Your Ikon Pass? Here’s the 2019/20 Opening Dates of All Ikon Resorts

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As the winter season approaches, and the fall season begins to come to an end, many resorts who have joined forces under the IKON pass are getting ready to open to the public. Though some mountains have already opened their doors, including Mammoth, Winter Park, Killington, Sunday River, Eldora, Lake Louise, Sunshine, and Mt. Norquay, many are planning to open within the next couple of weeks. With a chance of a big storm blowing in next week, the stoke is real!

Compiled here is a list of all the projected opening days for the IKON pass:

  • October 11 – Arapahoe Basin
  • November 1 – Eldora, Zermatt Matterhorn, SkiBig3 – Mt. Norquay, SkiBig3 – Lake Louise
  • November 2 – Winter Park Resort
  • November 3 – Killington
  • November 8 – Copper Mountain, SkiBig3 – Banff Sunshine
  • November 9 – Mammoth Mountain, Sunday River
  • November 15 – Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Steamboat, Sugarloaf, Boyne Mountain
  • November 16 – Loon Mountain
  • November 22 – Tremblant, Crystal Mountain, Snowshoe
  • November 23 – Stratton, Solitude Mountain Resort, Sugarbush Resort, Alta, Niseko United
  • November 28 – Aspen Mountain, Big Bear Mountain Resort – Snow Summit, Snowmass, Taos Ski Valley, Big Sky Resort, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Boyne Highlands
  • November 29 – Snowbird, Big Bear Mountain Resort – Bear Mountain
  • November 30 – Revelstoke
  • December 7 – Deer Valley Resort, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, The Summit at Snoqualmie
  • December 21 – June Mountain
*All dates are subject to change.

Destination opening dates to be announced – Blue Mountain, Brighton, Cypress Mountain

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