Ikon Pass pricing set to increase Oct. 10
October 8, 2018
STEAMBOAT RESORT — The first snow of the season has dusted Storm Peak, Opening Day is 44 days away, and Ikon Pass pricing increases $50 on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
At a glance
• California: Big Bear Mountain Resort, June Mountain, Mammoth Mountain and Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows
• Colorado: Steamboat and Winter Park
• Utah: Deer Valley and Solitude Mountain Resort
• Vermont: Stratton
• Washington: Crystal Mountain Resort
• West Virginia: Snowshoe Mountain
• Canada: Blue Mountain, Ontario; Canadian Mountain Holidays, British Columbia; and Tremblant, Québec
Ikon Pass partners
• Colorado: Aspen Snowmass, Copper Mountain and Eldora
• Maine: Sugarloaf and Sunday River
• Michigan: Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain
• Montana: Big Sky Resort
• New Hampshire: Loon Mountain
• New Mexico: Taos Ski Valley
• Utah: Alta, Brighton Resort and Snowbird
• Vermont: Killington and Sugarbush
• Washington: The Summit at Snoqualmie
• Wyoming: Jackson Hole
• Australia: Thredbo, New South Wales
• Canada: Cypress Mountain, British Columbia; Revelstoke Mountain Resort, British Columbia; and SkiBig3, Alberta
• Chile: Valle Nevado
• Japan: Niseko United
• New Zealand: Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Mt. Hutt
The Ikon Pass, which was created in January, offers access to 36 resorts across three continents. The pass is a collaboration of Alterra, Aspen Skiing Co., Boyne, POWDR, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Alta Ski Area, Snowbird, SkiBig3, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Sugarbush Resort, Taos Ski Valley and Thredbo.
Steamboat skiers and snowboarders have the option of unlimited Steamboat Resort access on the Ikon Pass for $999 or five restricted days at Steamboat on the Ikon Base Pass for $699. Both prices increase $50 on Wednesday. The Ikon Base Pass is blacked out from Dec. 26 to 31, Jan. 19 and 20 and Feb. 16 and 17. Both pass options include access to additional resorts.
If you’ve already purchased an Ikon Pass, be sure to upload your photo online ahead of ski season. All Ikon Passes will be mailed, so passholders won’t be able to pick up their passes at the Steamboat ticket office.
For more information on access and pricing, go to IkonPass.com.