Ikon Passes are on sale for next season, giving skiers and riders access to some of North America's most popular resorts. Here’s our shopping guide to sort out what Ikon Pass will work best for you. 

Ikon Pass

The Ikon Pass gives skiers and riders access to 36 resorts across North America, Japan and Australia, with unlimited access to 13 resorts. Ski whenever you please, this pass has no blackout dates. 

Cost

Adult 18+: $999

Teen 13-17: $819

Child 5-12: $549

4 and under: $29

Access

Unlimited access: Mammoth, Steamboat, Stratton, Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows, Tremblant, Winter Park, Big Bear, Copper, Snowshoe, June, Eldora, Blue Mountain, Solitude.

Limited access, no blackouts: Summit at Snoqualmie, Taos, Deer Valley, Brighton, Alta, Snowbird, Jackson Hole, Big Sky Resort, Aspen Snowmass, Boyne Highlands, Boyne Mountain, Cypress, Revelstoke, SkiBig3, Killington, Sugarbush, Loon Mountain, Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Thredbo, Niseko United.

Ikon Base Pass

The Ikon Base Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at seven resorts with no blackouts. However, Ikon Base Pass holders will have to negotiate 10 blackout dates around the holiday period for the remaining resorts. 

Cost

Adult 18+: $699

Teen 13-17: $579

Child 5-12: $399

4 and under: $29

Access

Unlimited access, no blackouts: Tremblant, Winter Park, Copper Mountain, Big Bear, Blue Mountain, Snowshoe, Eldora. 

Unlimited access with blackouts: Mammoth, June, Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows, Solitude.

Limited access with blackouts: Summit at Snoqualmie, Steamboat, Taos, Deer Valley Resort, Brighton, Alta, Snowbird, Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Big Sky Resort, Boyne Highlands, Boyne Mountain, Cypress, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, SkiBig3, Stratton, Killington Resort, Sugarbush Resort, Loon Mountain, Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Thredbo, Niseko United.

Blackout dates: Dec. 26-31, 2018; Jan. 19-20, 2019; Feb. 16-17, 2019