You no doubt know about the three most-talked-about passes — The IKON, Epic and Mountain Collective passes. But there’s another choice you will want to check out before you go for one of the Big Three. It might change your mind. It’s the Indy Pass — described this way: “Discover the spirit of alpine skiing
The Mountain Collective is, well collectively, a group of 24 U.S. and international ski resorts that make up an “A” list of 23 destinations you’ll want to ski or ride — some with several resorts in one general area. This is a less expensive than the Epic or IKON passes, but still very enticing. The
The IKON Pass is back and it’s a stronger option than ever before with the addition of Sun Valley, Snowbasin (its very different low-key sister resort in Utah), and the European giant Chamonix in France. All three are defectors from the Epic Pass for this season. There are several choices and levels that can be
Multi-resort passes like the Epic Pass are a great way to ensure you get your ski days in and diversify where you ski while also saving a considerable amount of money. More good news: All three Epic Passes have been reduced by 20 percent. Numerous pass options allow for a tailored mountain experience with everything
Ski Resorts Diversify Activities With Mountain Coaster Rides Mountain coasters — those rollicking alpine slides on rails — are popping up all around you. This type of attraction has become a popular activity diversifier as ski resorts evolve in the way they cater to non-skiing guests all year long. Mountain travelers who opt out of
Ski resorts push their closing dates into late spring and, some, into summer when snowfall has been bountiful across the country. It wasn’t the deepest snowfall we’ve seen in some past seasons, but nevertheless, it could be a long spring season this time around. So make your plans now for those ideal days ahead when
A ski resort with terrain for all levels and closeby lodging, lots of apres ski activities and a good ski school make for great vacations on snow.