Indy Pass Adds 6 More Resorts With an ‘Allied Resorts’ Tier for Discounted Lift Tickets

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Indy Allied Resorts will offer up to 50% off daily lift tickets for Indy Passholders

The Indy Pass announced today that a new category of resorts, called Indy Allied Resorts, will offer discounted lift tickets to Indy Pass holders. The following resorts are the first to sign up for this new program.

  • Bousquet Mountain, MA
  • Burke Mountain, VT
  • Dartmouth Skiway, NH
  • McIntyre Ski Area, NH
  • Middlebury College Snow Bowl, VT
  • Whaleback Mountain, NH

Lift tickets will be discounted by 25% on holidays and weekends from December 24 through March 12, 2023, and by 50% on all other days. Pass holders must show ID at the ticket window to purchase their lift tickets. There is a limit of one non-transferable lift ticket per day per Indy Pass holder.

“The Indy Pass coalition is striving to be as inclusive as possible so that all independent resorts can benefit from this alliance. Because we’ve reached “peak density” in some regions, the Allied Resort program allows us to expand without affecting the economics of our model.”

– Indy Pass founder Doug Fish

“Whaleback Mountain is stoked to be at the forefront of the new Indy Allied Resorts program. The Indy Pass family of resorts aligns with our mission and demonstrates a mutual commitment to celebrating the soul of skiing.”

– Jon Hunt, Whaleback Mountain GM

Allied Resorts’ unrestricted season passholders are eligible to purchase Indy AddOn Passes which are discounted up to 30%. Season passholders can purchase the AddOn Pass at and upload a photo of their season pass or season pass receipt for verification. A season pass upload verification is not required at the time of purchase.

Any resort in the US and Canada not aligned with the Epic, Ikon, or Mountain Collective passes is welcome to apply to become a Partner Resort or an Allied Resort member by emailing

Indy Pass 22-23 Early Bird Prices through May 17th

  • Indy Base Pass – Adult $279, Kids (12-and-under) $119
  • Indy+ Pass – Adult $379, Kids $169 (no blackouts)
  • Indy Base AddOn Pass – Adult $189, Kids $89 (partner and allied resort season passholders only)
  • Indy+ AddOn Pass – Adult $289, Kids $139
  • Indy Base Switch Pass – Adult $259, Kids $109 (Mega Passholders only)
  • Indy+ Switch Pass – Adult+ $359, Kids+ $159
  • Indy Cross Country (XC) Pass – Adult $69, Kids $29 (no blackouts)

Interest-Free, No-Credit Payment Plan

Indy Pass offers an innovative, interest-free payment plan that allows purchasers to make equal monthly payments through December 15th. If purchased by May 17, payments are less than $35/month for an adult pass and $99/month for a family of four with two kids under 13. No credit check or credit app is needed and no lenders/banks are involved.

About the Indy Pass

After three seasons, the Indy Pass is the fastest-growing multi-mountain pass in North America. It offers 92 Alpine and Nordic resorts across the US, Canada, and Japan, each providing two days of skiing or riding for an affordable price. An additional six resorts provide discounted lift tickets for Indy Pass holders. Indy resorts are independent and uniquely authentic, and many are owned and operated by multi-generational families.




ALASKA — Eaglecrest Ski Area

BRITISH COLUMBIA — Apex Mountain Resort, Manning Park, Sasquatch Mountain

CALIFORNIA — China Peak, Mt. Shasta Ski Park, Snow Valley

OREGON – Hoodoo, Mt. Ashland

WASHINGTON — 49 Degrees North, Ski Bluewood, Hurricane Ridge, Mission Ridge, White Pass


ALBERTA — Castle Mountain Resort

ARIZONA — Sunrise Park Ski Area

COLORADO — Sunlight Mountain Resort

IDAHO — Brundage Mountain, Kelly Canyon, Silver Mountain, Tamarack Resort, Pomerelle, Soldier Mountain

MONTANA — Blacktail Mountain, Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Red Lodge Mountain

UTAH — Beaver Mountain, Eagle Point, Powder Mountain

WYOMING — Snow King Mountain, White Pine Ski Area, Antelope Butte


IOWA — Seven Oaks, Sundown Mountain

MICHIGAN — Big Powderhorn Resort, Caberfae Peaks, Crystal Mountain, Pine Mountain Resort, Shanty Creek, Swiss Valley Ski Area

MINNESOTA — Lutsen Mountains, Spirit Mountain, Powder Ridge Winter Recreation, Detroit Mountain, Buck Hill

SOUTH DAKOTA — Terry Peak Ski Area

WISCONSIN — Granite Peak, Little Switzerland, Nordic Mountain, Trollhaugen, Tyrol Basin, The Rock Snowpark


CONNECTICUT — Mohawk Mountain Ski Area

MASSACHUSETTS — Berkshire East Mountain Resort, Catamount Mountain Resort*

MAINE — Saddleback Mountain

NEW HAMPSHIRE — Cannon Mountain, Pats Peak, Black Mountain, Waterville Valley

NEW YORK — Catamount Mountain Resort*, Greek Peak Mountain Resort, Swain Resort, Snow Ridge Ski Resort, Titus Mountain, West Mountain

VERMONT — Bolton Valley Resort, Magic Mountain, Suicide Six, Jay Peak Resort

*Catamount straddles NY/MA border


NORTH CAROLINA — Cataloochee Ski Area

PENNSYLVANIA — Blue Knob Resort, Montage Mountain, Ski Sawmill, Shawnee Mountain

TENNESSEE — Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area

VIRGINIA — Bryce Resort, Massanutten Resort

WEST VIRGINIA — Canaan Valley Ski Resort, Winterplace Ski Resort


Okunakayama Kogen – Ninohe District, Iwate

Geto Kogen – Kitakami, Iwate

Shimokura/Pandora – Hachimantai, Iwate

Tazawako – Semboku, Akita


BRITISH COLUMBIA – Sovereign Lakes Nordic Club

MINNESOTA — Mapelap Resort

NEW HAMPSHIRE (2) — Waterville Valley Resort, JacksonXC

NEW JERSEY — High Point Cross Country Ski Center

NEW MEXICO — Enchanted Forest XC

VERMONT — Woodstock Nordic Center, Rikert Nordic Center

WEST VIRGINIA — White Grass Touring Center


MASSACHUSETTES — Bousquet Mountain

NEW HAMPSHIRE — Dartmouth Skiway, McIntyre Ski Area, Whaleback Mountain

VERMONT — Burke Mountain, Middlebury College Snow Bowl

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