2020-21 Ikon Pass on sale next week | SkyHiNews.com

2020-21 Ikon Pass on sale next week

A skier at Winter Park Resort on Saturday hits a powder stash. Season passes for the resort and Ikon passes go on sale March 5.
Courtesy Carl Frey

There may still be two months left in the ski season, but skiers and riders who are already thinking about the next season can soon snag their Winter Park Resort and Ikon passes for 2020-2021.

Ikon passes and Winter Park Resort season passes go on sale March 5 at the lowest prices offered. This year, there’s also a special four day session pass available for both Winter Park and Ikon.

Ikon’s four day session pass allows visitors to lock-in four days across 30 of Ikon’s available destinations with select blackout days for $399.

Or, for $299, the Flex 4 offering allows visitors to ski or ride any four of six days next season at Winter Park Resort, which is less than $75 a day.

“Flex 4 is a great option for people who know they want to ski or ride at Winter Park next season, but aren’t sure when,” said Jen Miller, public relations and communications manager for the resort, in a news release.

The 2020-2021 Ikon pass features 41 ski destinations over five continents, with Alterra’s recently acquired Sugarbush and Stratton resorts in Vermont offering unlimited day access under the Ikon Pass and unlimited access with select blackout dates under the Ikon Base Pass.

Next year, the Ikon Base Pass will have extended access options with up to five days at Jackson Hole or Aspen Snowmass with select blackout dates for an additional $150.

For more information visit IkonPass.com or WinterParkResort.com.

Ikon Pass vs. Ikon Base Pass

Ikon Pass: Offering unlimited, 7-day and 7-day combined access at 40 destinations, with no blackout dates for $999 for adults, $739 for young adults (13-22) and $309 for children.

Ikon Base Pass: Offering unlimited, 5-day and 5-day combined access at 38 destinations, with select blackout dates for $699 for adults, $539 for young adults and $269 for children.


California: Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, Big Bear Mountain Resort (Bear Mountain, Snow Summit)
Colorado: Aspen Snowmass, Steamboat, Winter Park Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Eldora Mountain Resort
Maine: Sugarloaf, Sunday River
Michigan: Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands
Montana: Big Sky Resort
New Hampshire: Loon Mountain
New Mexico: Taos Ski Valley
Utah: Deer Valley Resort, Solitude Mountain Resort, Alta Ski Area, Snowbird, Brighton Resort
Vermont: Stratton, Sugarbush Resort, Killington – Pico
Washington: Crystal Mountain, The Summit at Snoqualmie
West Virginia: Snowshoe
Wyoming: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Alberta, Canada: SkiBig3 (Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise, Mt. Norquay)
Ontario, Canada: Blue Mountain
Quebec, Canada: Tremblant
British Columbia, Canada: Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Cypress Mountain, CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures
Switzerland: Zermatt Matterhorn
Australia: Thredbo, Mt Buller
New Zealand: Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Mt Hutt
Japan: Niseko United
Chile: Valle Nevado

*Each pass has different access to the available destinations.

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