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Stoked for YEWWW

Here’s what’s new for the Ikon Pass this season

With fall in full swing, it’s time to catch the communal stoke that surrounds the coming snow. Soon, crisp mornings will lead to packed duffels and mountain missions full of send. The brand-new 22/23 season is a clean slate—ready to be covered with stoke-filled days, deep adventures, and a deep season of fresh memories for you and the crew.

It all starts with Ikon Pass. When you claim this multidestination pass, you’re dropping into a celebration of snowfall. Whether your season of fun is full of hard-charging road trips or local laps with the crew followed by ample après, there’s always room for you to DO YEWWW across 50+ of the best ski destinations in the world.

Snowboarder having fun and hitting the rails
More rails. More trails. More crew. More YEWWW. (Photo: Ikon Pass)

YEWWW Belong Here

It’s always been this simple—adventure is better together. As your key to the mountain-minded community, an Ikon Pass connects you with adventure seekers and local legends across a rich landscape of towns, destinations, and terrain. Take the crew and tap into this diverse global playground of bowls, glades, scenic vistas, summits, and a never-ending supply of unique mountain experiences. Bonus: Ikon Pass holders get easily shared digital discounts for lift tickets. Treat your team!

Family skiing and celebrating on the top of a mountain.
Families, solo stylists, crew vibes, or new vibes—YEWWW belong where fun lives. (Photo: Ikon Pass)

New Summit Scenes for YEWWW

To help make 22/23 that much sweeter, the Ikon Pass has turned up the fun with five new thrilling destinations.


Claiming its spot under the highest mountain in western Europe, Chamonix is a beloved bucket-list destination that has always written its own introduction. Big-mountain features—the stunning backdrop of Mont Blanc stands at a staggering 15,777 feet high—blend with charming valley villages stuffed with French charm, food, and fun. With the addition of Chamonix, Ikon Pass holders can now enjoy up to 28 days across four European icons.

Chair lifts with skiers heading up the mountain
Explore the storied slopes of the Chamonix Mont–Blanc Valley in France. (Photo: Ikon Pass)


An Idaho treasure steeped in sunshine, ski lore, and legend, Sun Valley was initially made famous by Hollywood’s elite. Today, this premier year-round destination draws visitors from around the world. The second Idaho locale added to Ikon Pass, Sun Valley is nestled among the mountains and ranchlands of south-central Idaho, surrounded by nearly a million acres of alpine beauty.

Skier enjoying a sunny day in Sun Valley
Unlock sun-drenched turns in Sun Valley, Idaho. (Photo: Ikon Pass)


One of the most recent destinations to be announced on the Ikon Pass, this perfectly positioned destination in the foothills of Ookenashi Mountain – only a short proximity from Tokyo – boasts one of the highest snowfalls in all of Japan. We’re talking over 800” annually. So, strap in and get ready for goggle deep powder plunges that ring loud with bucket list bravado. Featuring all the light, dry snow that Japan is known for, Lotte Arai is primed for those that like it deep, and almost 80 percent of its terrain is comprised of off-piste powder pillows. And when the sun begins to drop, it’s time to lift a glass of premium Japanese Sake. With a proper toast to today’s international adventure, settle in and get ready for all the turns that tomorrow will bring.


The sixth Utah addition to Ikon Pass, Snowbasin Resort has long been renowned as one of the most accessible world-class ski resorts in North America. Just 45 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, this globally beloved mountain is regularly top-rated in accessibility, service, food, lifts, and grooming. Throughout these elevated offerings, families and adventure seekers can experience 3,000 skiable acres with a wide variety of beginner, intermediate, and advanced terrain. Consistently recognized as one of the best family resorts in North America, Snowbasin is one of the oldest continuously operating ski resorts in the nation.

Skier soaking up the sun at Snowbasin.
Another Utah favorite joins Ikon Pass—Snowbasin. (Photo: Ikon Pass)


Panorama is another fresh addition to the Ikon Pass destination lineup. A perfect international experience, panorama has long secured a place as pure Canada legend. Featuring one of North America’s Top 10 verticals, a climate built out of deep fun, and an après scene that never quits, British Columbia’s best crew claims another must-visit in the landscape of Canada’s sweet spot. For three must have memories, start with a tour the 1000 Peaks trail. This incredible ridge-top run lives up to its name with soaring peaks in all directions, a massive vertical drop, and regularly groomed snow. Then, move on to the sweetspots found from the top of the Summit Quad, a former heliskiing area that now requires no hiking while delivering all the goods of Taynton Bowl ridge. And when that end of day hunger hits, tuck into the Summit Hut, the only place in the world (UM, PRO TIP) that offers a cheese and chocolate fondue experience where you fly up and back down by helicopter after the ski area is closed for the day.

Fresh Pass Options for YEWWW

In addition to five new mountains, new pass options have been added to the mix. Starting at only $269 for adults, the 2-Day, 3-Day, and 4-Day Ikon Session Passes provide a range of affordable entry points to kickstart your season. These passes offer extra flexibility for riders of all means and styles to experience 50+ of the best destinations worldwide with an Ikon Pass. 

The Pass That Gets YEWWW More

All the fun begins once you have your 22/23 Ikon Pass in hand. As a member of this diverse, mountain-minded community, you’ll be able to take your season further with benefits exclusively for pass holders.

Tailor-make your perfect mountain getaway with Ikon Pass Travel. This planning service allows pass holders to browse airfares, hotels, and activities to create customized travel packages. Book online or have Ikon Pass Travel specialists help you compare destinations and prices.

Once your travel plans are in the bag and your 22/23 trips begin to send, pass holders can unlock untouched powder and crispy corduroy with free Ikon Pass First Tracks. During several designated mornings throughout the 22/23 season, be first to the fun and grab early-morning laps at participating destinations before the lifts open to the public.

Sunrise skiing in the mountains
All alone and all YEWWW, with Ikon Pass First Tracks. (Photo: Ikon Pass)

And once you’re on the hill, turn up the YEWWW and score even more. At participating vendors and destinations, show your pass for up to 15 percent off food, beverage, and retail prices. From goggles to jackets, breakfast burritos to afternoon après, enhance your days on the mountain with pass-holder discounts that keep you grinning while the laps keep spinning.

Friends relax after a fun day of skiing in the mountains
In between Laps, YEWWW never slack. (Photo: Ikon Pass)

Throughout the 22/23 season, every set of first tracks leads to joyous last laughs. Along the way, this winter is dedicated to finding your line and owning the individual style that is 100 percent you. From West Coast to East, Canada to the European Alps, Japan to Australia to Chile, and beyond, as you carve and cut, crush powder and snap printworthy photos, you’re building a season of lifelong memories that showcase the endless ways you play.

Discover the pass option that’s right for you, from only $269, at

It all starts now—Ikon Pass is on sale for the 22/23 season. It’s time to keep the stoke alive, seek a season of fun in the mountains, and DO YEWWW across 50+ of the best ski destinations in the world.