Indy Ski Pass Signs 12 New Partners – Now on Sale to the Public on a First-Come, First-Served Basis Until Sold out

Powderhorn, Wisp, and Wintergreen Lead the Class of 24/25

Five cat skiing operators added + OpenSnow Membership

Adult Base Pass $349 Kids $199


New Alpine Resorts Include:

  • Big Moose Mountain, Maine
  • Mt. Eyak, Alaska
  • Mt. Washington Alpine Resort, British Columbia
  • Powderhorn Mountain Resort, Colorado
  • Steeplechase, Minnesota
  • Wintergreen Resort, Virginia
  • Wisp Resort, Maryland

New discounted cat skiing operations Include:

  • Big Red Cats, British Columbia
  • Selkirk Powder, Idaho
  • Brundage Mountain Snowcat Adventures, Idaho
  • Soldier Mountain Cat Skiing, Idaho
  • Cascade Powder Guides, Washington

Cat skiing is a new addition to the Indy Pass. Alpine passholders will receive a 10% discount when they book day seats or packaged visits.

Indy Pass expects nearly all current resorts to return, including 100% of its New England partners, such as Jay Peak, Waterville Valley, Cannon, Pats Peak, Bolton Valley, Catamount, Berkshire East, and Saddleback.

“These 12 new partners are just the beginning of our additions for next season; we are nowhere close to done,” said Indy Pass director Erik Mogensen. “We will work hard over the off-season to enlist more independent resorts from all ski regions globally.”

24/25 Pricing

Indy Base Pass $349 Adult / $199 Kids (12-and-under)

Indy+ Pass $469 Adult / $259 Kids (no blackouts)

Indy AddOn Base $269 Adult / $149 Kids

Indy AddOn+ Pass $469 Adult / $259 Kids (no blackouts)

XC Pass – $99 Adult / $49 Kids

“While the corporate passes and resorts are raising prices on everything from lift tickets to parking and concessions, Indy Pass guarantees access to more than 200 resorts next season for a ridiculously low price,” said Indy Pass Founder Doug Fish.

AddOn Pass Returns

Season passholders at any Indy Partner Resort will again receive 25% off all pass products by purchasing the Indy AddOn Pass. The Indy AddOn Pass aims to support season pass sales for all of Indy’s Partners while providing a unique opportunity to sample other independent resorts.

200 Resort Guarantee

Passholders may request a refund for an unused pass before December 1, 2024, if the number of Indy Pass resort partners is less than 200 by November 15, 2024. A passholder can also request a refund for an unused pass by December 1, 2024, if their favorite resort from the 23/24 season does not renew for 24/25.

OpenSnow Trial Membership

All 24/25 passholders will receive a free trial to OpenSnow All-Access, your trusted source for the most accurate weather forecast, snow report, high-resolution weather maps, and ski conditions information.

About the Indy Pass

The Indy Pass is the fastest-growing multi-mountain pass in the world. It will provide two-day access to 200+ Alpine and Nordic resorts across the US, Canada, Europe, and Japan. Most Indy resorts are independently owned and operated by multi-generational families, providing a uniquely authentic and affordable skiing experience.

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Doug Fish


Written by SerieAUKWire

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