Denver-based Alterra Mountain Company on Thursday revealed pricing for next season’s Ikon Pass products, along with announcing the addition of three new destinations.
The prestigious Chamonix-Mont Blanc Valley in France, which sits in the shadow of the highest peak in the Alps, along with Sun Valley, Idaho and Snowbasin, Utah, will be new to the Ikon Pass range.
The adult price of an Ikon Pass will be $1,079, up $80 from last year, while the cost of an adult Ikon Base Pass will be $769, an increase of $40. Renewed pass holders will receive a $100 discount for the Ikon Pass and a $50 discount for the Ikon Base Pass. Nurses, military, and students can purchase discounted passes with the Ikon Pass for $769 and the Ikon Base Pass for $569.
Four-day passes will be priced at $419. Ikon is adding two- and three-day “session passes” for next season, priced at $249 and $349, respectively.
Passes go on sale March 10. A payment plan is available.
Ikon will now be good at 50 destinations in 10 countries. In Colorado, the Ikon Pass will be good for unlimited visits to Steamboat, Winter Park, Copper Mountain and Eldora, and for seven days to Arapahoe Basin and Aspen Snowmass. The cheaper Ikon Base Pass is good for unlimited visits to Winter Park, Copper Mountain, and Eldora, and it allows five days at Steamboat and Arapahoe Basin.
More details on Ikon Pass plans and pricing can be found at ikonpass.com/en/shop-passes.
Rival Ikon Epic Pass, a product of Vail Resorts, has not announced its prices for next season. Last year, Epic’s announcement came on March 24, three weeks after Ikon’s announcement.
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