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Start Skiing on Next Year’s Ikon Pass As Early As This Spring

Find out which ski areas offer unlimited skiing and riding on Ikon Pass this spring and next season, plus extra perks and additional details.

The Ikon Pass goes on sale for the 2021-’22 ski season on March 11 at the lowest price it’s going to be offered at—and it includes skiing for the rest of the season at eight resorts around the country. If you decided to skip this season due to the pandemic and have been having second thoughts, this could be an option for you.

Alterra Mountain Company, Ikon’s parent company, has thrown in late-season access at select ski areas that tend to stay open later than most to sweeten the deal. Buy the pass and you can make spring turns at Big Bear, Calif. and Snowshoe, W.Va. upon purchase; Solitude, Utah, Sugarbush, Vt., and Tremblant, Que. (if borders open) on April 5; and Mammoth Mountain and Squaw Alpine, Calif., and Winter Park, Colo. on April 12. That’s some quality terrain to take advantage of.

Whether you’re buying a new pass or renewing, here’s everything you need to know about the Ikon Pass, Ikon Base Pass, perks, pass insurance, and more.

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Ikon Pass Updates for 2021-2022

"Enjoying the bumps on Roundhouse, on the Mary Jane side."
Enjoy spring bumps this season with an Ikon Pass purchase. Photo courtesy of Winter Park Resort/Chris Wellhausen

For 2021, the Ikon Pass continues to offer a $100 discount for current pass holders who renew for the 2021-2022 ski season by May 4, 2021.

Additionally, the Ikon Pass is also rolling over its Adventure Assurance program to the 2021-2022 passes, with some important changes. Anyone who hasn’t used their pass by Dec. 10, 2021 can choose to defer it to the 2022-2023 ski season, but they must elect to do this by Dec. 9.

Or, if they have used their passes but there’s an eligible pandemic-related closure at any of Alterra’s North American ski resorts, pass holders will get a credit toward a 2022-2023 Ikon Pass based on the percentage of days closed.

mt Bachelor Resort Guide 2020
Is Mt. Bachelor, Ore. on your trip list for next season? Photo courtesy of Mt. Bachelor

Watch: Ikon Pass – Back to the Good Times

“Skiers and riders have proven they are a passionate, dedicated and loyal community throughout this challenging season,” said Erik Forsell, Chief Marketing Officer, Alterra Mountain Company in a press release. “We want Ikon Pass to continue to inspire and get them stoked for winter 21/22. Winter is full of stories and connections to be made, and the 44 Ikon Pass destinations offer friends and families the good stuff to look forward to next winter.”

As things change quickly, especially these days, we always recommend getting the latest updates regarding these extended deadlines and reading the fine print on the Ikon Pass website.

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Ikon Pass Unlimited Resort Access

United States

Canada

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Ikon Pass Limited Resort Access (7 Days)

In addition to the ski areas listed above, the Ikon Pass has a number of partners that offer a limited number of days at participating resorts. Some North American partners allow for lift access without any other stipulations, while some domestic and international partners require additional purchases or reservations in order to use your Ikon Pass or Ikon Base Pass. Please check out the Ikon Pass website for the most up-to-date info and additional information.

United States

*Ikon Base Pass requires additional purchase for access.

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

skier in Revelstoke
This guy is Revelstoked.Photo Credit: Crystal Sagan
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Ikon Base Pass Unlimited Resort Access

United States

Canada

Ikon Base Pass Unlimited Resort Access with Blackouts

In addition to the ski areas listed above, the Ikon Pass has a number of partners that offer a limited number of days at participating resorts. Some North American partners allow for lift access without any other stipulations, while some domestic and international partners require additional purchases or reservations in order to use your Ikon Pass or Ikon Base Pass. Please check out the Ikon Pass website for the most up-to-date info and additional information.

Unlimited With Blackout Dates

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Ikon Base Pass Limited Resort Access (5 days)

United States

*The Ikon Base Pass does not include access to Aspen Snowmass or Jackson Hole, but you can add 5 days to each for $150.

Canada

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

International

Marcus Caston Carve Valle Nevado
Marcus Caston makes a ruckus in the Chilean snows of Valle Nevado.Photo credit: Keri Bascetta
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Ikon Pass Price Information

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 12-22): $739/$659 renewal
  • Children (Ages 5-12): $319/$219 with Ikon Pass adult purchase
  • Toddlers (ages 0-4): $149

Ikon Base Pass

  • Adult: $779/$739 renewal
  • Teen/Young Adult (ages 12-22): $559/$499 renewal
  • Children (Ages 5-12): $279/$179 with Ikon Pass adult purchase
  • Toddlers (ages 0-4): $99
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Ikon Pass Extra Perks

Ikon Pass

  • 10 friends and family discount lift tickets (25 percent off window rate).
  • 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 Pass

  • 8 friends and family discount lift tickets (excluding Aspen Snowmass and Jackson Hole) at 25 percent-off window rate.
  • Ikon Pass holders receive a complimentary 1-year $50 USD-level Protect Our Winters membership.
  • Discounts on retail, food, and beverage at select locations.

For more information and for details about the Ikon Session 4-Day Pass, click here