The IKON Pass is back for its sixth season offering access to 55 top resorts across the globe plus several brand new perks for pass holders during the 2023-24 season.
There are several choices and levels that can be a bit confusing, but you will most certainly find the pass that fits the skiing needs of you and your family. If you can’t find a combination among the Ikon Pass destinations that doesn’t meet your needs, you’re not looking hard enough.
The IKON pass is owned and operated by the Alterra Mountain Company, a group of 15 very unique, non-cookie cutter resorts, combined with partners such as Henry Crown and Company, owners of Aspen Snowmass and KSL Capital Partners. Each resort is different in terms of character and independence to offer rewarding experiences to their guests. You won’t be lacking for ski and ride trails this winter that accept some form of the IKON Pass. Note: IKON Passes are on sale now and you’ll get the best pricing by purchasing them early. Once the season starts, sales end.
There are primarily three choices to make with the IKON Pass — the “full monty” — which is the king of Ikon Passes. You’ll never worry about restrictions, those annoying blackout dates or anything else at all 55 resorts. Other choices are more limited in the number of resorts accessed with selected blackout dates, but still very good deals.
All IKON Pass Destinations:
Aspen Snowmass, Steamboat Winter Park Resort, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin, Eldora Mountain Resort, Palisades Tahoe, Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, Big Bear Mountain Resort, Snow Valley, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Big Sky Resort, Sun Valley, Stratton, Sugarbush Resort, Killington – Pico, Windham Mountain, Snowshoe, The Highlands, Boyne Mountain, Crystal Mountain, The Summit at Snoqualmie, Mt. Bachelor, Schweitzer, Tremblant, Blue Mountain, Ski Big 3, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, RED Mountain,Cypress Mountain, Panorama Mountain Resort, Sun Peaks Resort, Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Loon Mountain, Taos Ski Valley, Deer Valley Resort, Solitude Mountain Resort, Brighton Resort, Alta Ski Area, Snowbird, Snowbasin, Chamonix Mont Blanc Valley, Dolomiti Superski, Grandvalira Resorts Andorra, Kitzbuhel, Zermatt, Thredbo, Mt. Buller, Coronet Paek, The Remarkable, Mt. Hutt, Niseko United, Lotte Arai Resort, Valley Nevado.
Access and pricing:
IKON Pass — Adult: $1,159 ($1,539 CAD)/ – $1,059 renewal; Teen/Young Adult (ages 13-22) $859; Children (ages 5-12) $369 (4 and under) $149.
IKON Base Pass — Adult: $829/$779 renewal; Teen/Young Adult (ages 13-22): $599; Children (ages 5-12): $299 (ages 0-4): $99
IKON Session Pass (4 days)– Adult: $439; Teen/Young Adult (13-22): $369; Children (0-12): $269
For complete access and all pass details and restriction details click here: IKON Pass.
Ikon Pass Perks and Discounts
Purchase your pass early and new pass holders can ski out the current season 13 regional destination resorts. Enjoy “First Tracks” one designated morning per month in January, February and March on untracked powder and corduroy. First Tracks access to select destinations once a month from January through March; a complimentary 1-year $20 value level to Protect Our Winters membership; 15 percent discount off food, beverage and retail at participating locations; one-stop shopping to browse and compare hotels, activities at IKON resorts; access to preferred pricing at select destinations; CMH heli-skiing booking. You can grab early morning laps before the lifts open to the public.
Get discount for any pair of Smith sunglasses or prescription sunglasses plus any product on Smith.com. Save 20 percent on The North Face best gear when purchasing $100 ($200 CAD) or more on TheNorthFace.com. Note: Both are limited time offers. Get free Outside+ membership with unlimited access to all of its media.
There are no holiday blackout dates on the full IKON Pass. However, the IKON Base Pass and IKON Session Pass have blackout dates.
Ikon Pass Changes for 2023-2024
Taos Ski Valley will no longer require lift reservations and has been added to the Base Plus offerings. Base Plus pass holders (additional $200 (200 CAD) with five ski days at Taos. Access to Taos will not be available on the Base or Session Pass. Deer Valley Resort will require reservations.
What is the difference between the Ikon Pass and the Ikon Base?
The main difference between Ikon Pass and IKON Base Pass pass is the Ikon Pass gets you everything at 55 resorts — the whole banana. The IKON Base Bass includes select blackout dates, but gets you unlimited five-day and five-day combined skiing at 48 destinations.
What is the difference between the Ikon Base Pass and the Ikon Base Plus Pass for 23/24?
The main difference between Ikon Base Pass and the Ikon Base Plus Pass is the Plus Pass adds in more top destinations resorts for a $200 difference.
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