The fastest-growing multi-resort pass in the country is expanding by two more ski areas, one of which gives the Indy Pass a presence in a new region, the Southwestern Rockies.
Eagle Point Resort in Beaver, Utah is an independently owned ski area whose 650 acres and 1,500 feet of vertical are balanced by a lofty summit elevation of 10,600 feet and 350 annual inches of dry powder. Lift lines are nil and the incredibly scenic drive through the red rock canyons of southern Utah is almost as enjoyable as schussing through the light powder on Eagle Point’s slopes. Almost. This is the type of resort for which the Indy Pass was conceived.
“We are proud to be a part of the Indy Pass and its amazing collection of resorts,” says Eagle Point owner Shane Gadbah. “[We] look forward to introducing Indy Pass holders to our little corner of undiscovered Rocky Mountain heaven.”
Over in Iowa, Sundown Mountain Resort’s 21 trails, two terrain parks, and two mountain top lodges attract skiers from Chicago and St. Louis to its slopes, which benefit from 100-percent snowmaking coverage. It’s not the biggest nor the steepest, but Sundown’s homegrown culture and independent spirit have made it a gathering point for passionate Midwestern skiers—and a great fit for Indy Pass inclusion.
“Sundown Mountain is thrilled to join Indy Pass as a resort partner this season,” says Mark Gordon, the resort’s general manager. “We look forward to sharing our mountain with pass holders who want to experience some of the best skiing in the Midwest.”
The Indy Pass is on sale now for $279, which includes two days at each resort, with blackout dates. The Indy+ Pass is $379, and gets you two days at each resort, no blackout dates. If your home resort is an Indy Pass resort, you should consider the $189 Indy AddOn pass for two days at all of the other Indy Pass resorts, or the Indy+ AddOn if you’re gunning for no blackout dates. The AddOn passes go on sale on July 1.
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