The Ikon Pass continues to grow this week adding 7 new resorts around North America and extending the days at a few eastern resorts. Earlier this week they announced that Taos, Solitude, and Brighton would be joining them for the 2018/19 ski season. Each mountain proudly posted that they would be joining this growing pass:
Just this morning Ikon welcomed 4 more resorts. Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, The Summit at Snoqualmie, and Cypress Mountain. These 4 resorts are all owned and operated by Boyne Resorts.
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New Access: Ikon Pass holders can now access all corners of the US, from the Pacific Northwest to the Midwest to the Northeast. We are excited to welcome @boyne.mountain, @boyne.highlands, @summitatsnoqualmie and @cypressmtn to the #IkonPass community. More Access: Now East Coast skiers and riders get up to 7 days at EACH mountain, for a total of 21 days, across @sugarloafmountain, @sundayriver, and @loonpov. #WeAreTheMTNS STILL not done…
This morning they also announced that Sugarloaf, Sunday River, and Loon would now get up to 7 days at each mountain, instead of the original 7 days between the three resorts. Each mountain posted something similar to this:
@ikonpass is “not done yet” as said in their Instagram story just about an hour ago. Tomorrow they will be announcing one more resort that is joining their pass.
This pass just keeps growing and getting better. 34 destinations becoming 35 tomorrow, it doesn’t get much better than this. And while this pass is starting at only $699 for adults, it beats the season pass price at many of the ski areas around the country.