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The 2022-’23 Ikon Pass Adds Three New Resorts, Including Two Epic Pass Destinations

Next season's pass features three new resorts, spring access at 10 destinations, and more Session Pass options, and it goes on sale March 10.

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Welcome to March—it’s time to think about next season’s pass while enjoying this season’s best month of skiing. We hope you’re good at multitasking, because there’s a lot of changes heading your way, starting with the 2022-’23 Ikon Pass, which goes on sale on March 10.

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The big news: Sun Valley and Snowbasin are defecting from the Epic Pass and joining Ikon for next season. Full Ikon Pass holders will get seven days at each, but the resorts will be part of the Ikon Base Pass Plus, which costs $200 more than the Base Pass, and gets pass holders five blackout-restricted days at each. Deer Valley and Alta are also moving to the Base Pass Plus, joining Aspen Snowmass and Jackson Hole. The third new destination is Chamonix, with five days on the Base Pass and seven on the full pass. Finally, Wash.’s Crystal Mountain is going from unlimited to restricted access, offering seven days on the full pass and five days on the Base Pass.

Sun Valley Overall Satisfaction
Sun Valley joins the Ikon Pass next season after three seasons on the Epic Pass. Photo: Sarah Mansfield

Prices are going up for next season, as expected. The full pass is going from $999 to $1,079 ($979 with renewal discount), and the Base Pass to $769 ($719 renewal). There’s also a new pass option for those who just want to lock in a few days: The Session Pass, previously only available as a four-day option, is now sold in two- and three-day versions, as well. The days can be split between different resorts.

If you didn’t buy a pass this season and have been waiting to remedy the situation, you’re in luck. Spring access is back, with skiing and riding at five resorts starting on March 10, the day the 2022-23 pass goes on sale, and five more on April 4.

Phew. That was a lot. We break it down below. Pass prices will rise over the next several months, so check the website to stay updated on current rates.

Everything You Need to Know About the 2022-’23 Ikon Pass

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Full Ikon Pass

Chamonix
(Photo: Getty Images)

Unlimited access at 14 resorts, seven days each at another 35 destinations.

Unlimited Resort Access

United States

Canada

Limited Access, No Blackouts (7 Days)

Full Ikon Pass holders get seven days at these resorts.

United States

Canada

  • Cypress Mountain, B.C.
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort, B.C.
  • SkiBig3, Alta. (Lake Louise, Banff Sunshine, and Mt. Norquay—7 days combined)
  • RED Mountain Resort

International

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Ikon Base Pass and Base Pass Plus

Snowbasin
Snowbasin is one of the new Ikon Pass additions for next season. Photo: Ryan Thompson

Unlimited access at 13 resorts, five days at another 30 destination, some with blackouts.

Unlimited Resort Access, No Blackouts

United States

Canada

Unlimited Resort Access with Blackouts

Limited Access, With Blackouts

Ikon Base Pass holders get five days, with blackouts, at these resorts.

United States

*The Ikon Base Pass does not include access to Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Deer Valley, Alta, Sun Valley, or Snowbasin, but you can purchase the Ikon Base Pass Plus for another $200 to get five days at each.

Canada

  • Cypress Mountain, B.C.
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort, B.C.
  • SkiBig3, Alb. (Lake Louise, Banff Sunshine, and Mt. Norquay—5 days combined)
  • RED Mountain Resort, B.C.

International

  • Chamonix
  • Dolomiti Superski, Italy
  • Kitzbühel, Austria
  • Mont Blanc
  • Niseko United, Japan (5 days combined)
  • Thredbo, Australia
  • Valle Nevado, Chile
  • Mr. Buller, Australia
  • Zermatt, Switzerland
  • Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Mt. Hutt (5 days combined)
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Ikon Pass Prices

Note: Many of these prices, restrictions, and perks will change. For the most current information, visit the Ikon Pass website.

Ikon Pass

  • Adult: $1,049/$999 renewal
  • Teen/Young Adult (ages 13-22): $739/$659 renewal
  • Children (Ages 5-12): $319/$219 with Ikon Pass adult purchase
  • Toddlers (ages 0-4): $149

Ikon Base Pass

  • Adult: $769/$739 renewal
  • Teen/Young Adult (ages 13-22): $579/$499 renewal
  • Children (Ages 5-12): $299/$199 with Ikon Pass adult purchase
  • Toddlers (ages 0-4): $99

Ikon Base Plus Pass

  • Adult: $969
  • Teen/Young Adult (13-22): $779
  • Children (5-12): $499/$399 with Ikon Pass adult purchase
  • Toddlers (ages 0-4): $299
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Ikon Pass Perks

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Ikon Pass

  • 10 friends and family discount lift tickets (25 percent off window rate).
  • First Tracks access to select destinations once a month from January through March.
  • Ikon Pass holders receive a complimentary 1-year $50 USD-level Protect Our Winters membership.
  • Discounts on retail, food, and beverage at select locations.

Ikon Base and Base Plus Pass

  • 8 friends and family discount lift tickets (excluding Aspen Snowmass and Jackson Hole) at 25 percent-off window rate.
  • First Tracks access to select destinations once a month from January through March.
  • Ikon Pass holders receive a complimentary 1-year $50 USD-level Protect Our Winters membership.
  • Discounts on retail, food, and beverage at select locations.
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Ikon Session Passes

New for 2022-’23, skiers can now purchase the Session Pass in a two- or three-day option in addition to the original four-day pass. You can split your days between 37 destinations. For more information, prices, and resorts on the Session Passes, click here.

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Ikon Pass Spring Access

Copper Mountain grooming
First Tracks is a perk that debuted last season, and gets pass holders free early access at select resorts once a month from January through March. Photo: Courtesy of Copper Mountain

Your 2022-’23 Ikon Pass gets you access to five resorts starting on March 10, and five more on April 4.

Access on March 10

  • Big Bear, Calif.
  • Blue Mountain, Ont.
  • Snowshoe, W.Va.
  • Stratton, Vt.
  • Sugarbush, Vt.

Access on April 4

  • Tremblant, Que.
  • Solitude, Utah

Access on April 11

  • Mammoth Mountain, Calif.
  • Palisades Tahoe, Calif.
  • Winter Park, Colo.

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