To kick off its second season, the Indy Pass announced today that eleven new resorts are joining the alliance along with dozens of independent lodging properties for the 2020-21 season.
New resorts include:
● Snow King Mountain, WY
● Buck Hill Ski Area, MN
● White Pine Ski Area, WY
● Winterplace Ski Resort, WV
● Cannon Mountain, NH
● China Peak, CA
● Crystal Mountain, MI
● Granite Peak, WI
● Lutsen Mountains, MN
● Sasquatch Mountain, BC
● Tamarack Resort, ID
“We are stoked to be joining the Indy Pass this season and look forward to welcoming passholders to ski and ride our Teton powder and experience the welcoming vibe of an authentic ski town,” said Ryan Stanley, GM at Snow King Mountain - Jackson, Wyoming.
Independent Lodging Partner Discounts
A recent survey of Indy Pass holders showed that 80% used their pass for an overnight trip in 2019-20. With this in mind, a new lodging section has launched on the Indy Pass website that features only independently-owned lodging properties that are operated by partner resorts or their affiliates in nearby ski towns. Indy Pass holders will receive at least a 10% discount on stays. Lodging properties who qualify and wish to receive a free listing may contact the Indy Pass at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Providing easy access to independent lodging facilities across the U.S. adds a lot of value for passholders. We look forward to welcoming skiers to enjoy safe and comfortable getaways during this season,” said Wes Kryger, President, Greek Peak Mountain Resort, NY.
"The Get America Skiing Promise"
With COVID-19 creating uncertainty and economic hardship, the "Get America Skiing Promise" has been devised to help people buy with confidence while supporting North America’s independent ski areas.
Receive an automatic credit towards a 2021-22 pass if you use your Indy Pass less than four days - no questions asked.
● Zero days skied = 80% credit
● One day = 60% credit
● Two days = 40% credit
● Three days = 20% credit
"There's no fine print or complicated formulas with the Get America Skiing Promise,” said Geoff Hatheway, owner of Magic Mountain, Vermont. “It is a straightforward, no-BS reassurance for skiers and riders to go Indy this winter!"
- Adult - $199
- Kids 12-and-under - $99
Peak Day Blackouts
- Dec. 26-Jan. 3
- Jan. 16-18, 23-24, 30-31
- Feb. 6-7, 13-15
- Resorts with Blackouts: Granite Peak, Lutsen Mountains, Mission Ridge, Silver Mountain
Indy+ (No Blackouts)
- Adult - $299
- Kids 12-and-under - $199
Indy Add-On Pass - Must be a full season pass holder at any Indy Pass resort
- Indy Adult - $129
- Indy Kid - $69
- Indy+ $199
- Indy+ Kid $149
- Make four payments of $50 if purchased by 9/15
Participating resorts for the 2020-21 season are:
WESTERN REGION - 20
MIDWEST REGION - 17
- MICHIGAN -Big Powderhorn Resort,Caberfae Peaks,Crystal Mountain,Pine Mountain Resort,Shanty Creek,Swiss Valley Ski Area
- MINNESOTA -Lutsen Mountains,Spirit Mountain,Powder Ridge Winter Recreation, Detroit Mountain, Buck Hill
- SOUTH DAKOTA -Terry Peak Ski Area
- WISCONSIN -Granite Peak,Little Switzerland,Nordic Mountain,Trollhaugen,Tyrol Basin
EASTERN REGION - 18
*Catamount straddles NY/MA border