The Indy Pass continues to add resorts with the most recent additions of Powder Mountain in Utah, Mt Ashland in Oregon and West Mountain in New York. And, 100% of its partner resorts from this past season will return for the 21-22 season for a total of 66 resorts in the US and Canada. That total is likely to grow. Indy Pass costs $279 for adults, $119 for kids, and $379 for the Indy+ (no blackouts). Those costs are higher than last year but still a good value for what you get compared to other multi-mountain pass on the market. The AddOn Pass for partner-resort season pass holders goes on sale July 1 for $189 following upgrades to enable online sales and pass verification.
According to Indy Pass founder Doug Fish, each resort “has unique and special qualifies that will appeal to a wide range of skiers and riders. Powder Mountain in Utah’s Wasatch range is truly a world-class powder skier’s mountain; small-but-mighty Mt. Ashland redefines the meaning of undiscovered gem just minutes from the quaint town of Ashland, and West Mountain with its extensive upgrades over the past decade and commitment to youth racing will be a huge draw for skiers and riders to New York’s Adirondack foothills”.
Powder is the largest ski area in the US with 8,464 acres and a lift-served vertical drop of 2,519’. The resort receives over 500” of what Ski Utah calls “The Greatest Snow on Earth”. Powder limits daily visits and season pass sales to help ensure that guests can find fresh tracks for several days after the storm.
Indy Pass Complete 21-22 Pricing (On Sale Now)
Indy Pass – Adult $279, Kids 12-and-under $119
Indy+ – Adult $379, Kids $169
Indy AddOn – Adult $189, Kids $89 (On Sale July 1)
Indy+ AddOn – Adult $289, Kids $139 (On Sale July 1)
About Indy Pass –
Indy Pass offers 66 resorts across the US and Canada, each providing two days of skiing or riding for an affordable price. Indy Pass resorts are independent and uniquely authentic. Many are owned and operated by multi-generational families who are passionate about snow sports.
About Powder Mountain
Powder Mountain Resort markets itself on the “skier experience, adventure, and an unprecedented mountain modern village development”. Known locally as Pow Mow, management works to keep the mountain uncrowded by capping day passes at 1,500 daily and season passes at 3,000 yearly, which allows for an average of three acres per skier. Powder Mountain is known for its unconventional way of accessing all its terrain; from lift to bus to snowcat, fresh snow always awaits.
About Mt. Ashland –
Mt. Ashland is a 240-acre ski area located just 20 miles from Ashland and its famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The community-owned ski area offers equipment rentals, lessons for anyone age 3½ and up, a café, bar, and ski trails ranging from beginner to expert. Don’t miss the world-class “Bowl!”
About West Mountain –
West Mountain is a year-round community located at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains just off I-87, West Mountain offers a quick drive to downhill satisfaction. It is family-owned and operated and has been since its inception.
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