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Here's some news: The Indy Pass will be adding four more ski area partners on Tuesday, September 28, taking them to 80 total. Wonder who it'll be.......
 

Iwannaski

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I am really hoping that they add the place we have our passes. I would 100% get the add on. Granite ALONE would almost pay for it in WI, and there are at least 3-5 other places we could add to our rotation.

ETA - @diymom … this would fit the guess, because newly, this year, our hill added a collaboration with some others, including one in Canada. And all the places are upper Midwest. FINGERS CROSSED for it to be Alpine (WI)/etc.

@Jenny … do you know if Pine Knob/Mt. Holly/Bittersweet would join Indy?
AAAAAAHHHHHHH 4 days will feel like forever.
 
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marzNC

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There are two new locations on the Indy Pass for the midwest, but they aren't one many people have heard of unless they live in Des Moines or Milwaukee.

Indy Pass Reaches 80-Resort Milestone Two Years After Launch

Canadian resorts Manning Park and Sovereign Lake join Midwest areas Seven Oaks and The Rock Snowpark for 21-22

PORTLAND, Ore. (September 28, 2021) – Two years after its launch, the Indy Pass has added four new resorts bringing its worldwide total to 80. Manning Park and Sovereign Lake in British Columbia, Seven Oaks in Iowa, and The Rock Snow Park in Wisconsin round out the coalition that has been steadily growing since the Pass was first announced in September of 2019.

Manning Park Resort, Manning Park, British Columbia - With an average of 74 days of powder and some of the best snow in British Columbia, Manning Park is conveniently located 2.5 hrs east of Vancouver. Featuring 1417’ of vertical, onsite lodging and a charming, laid-back atmosphere, Manning Park is the quintessential Indy resort. https://www.manningpark.com/

Sovereign Lake Nordic Club, Vernon, British Columbia - The first all-nordic resort to join the Indy Pass is a not-for-profit ski club with nearly 3200 members operating within Silver Star Provincial Park. In conjunction with neighboring Silver Star Resort, the resort features 158km of groomed trails plus backcountry and snowshoe terrain making it the largest in North America. https://www.sovereignlake.com/

Seven Oaks Recreation, Boone, Iowa - Seven Oaks Recreation is family-owned and operated and offers year-round outdoor recreation less than one hour from Des Moines, Iowa. Skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing take place on 11 ski runs and complement an extensive rental and learning program that includes free beginner mini-lessons every day. https://sevenoaksrec.com/

The Rock Snowpark, Franklin, Wisconsin - The Rock Snowpark is a classic, Midwest urban ski area catering to beginners and snow park enthusiasts. Located 15 minutes from downtown Milwaukee The Rock is one of several small but busy hills that provide easy access to winter recreation and learning opportunities for skiers and riders. https://www.rocksnowpark.com/

“We are very pleased to welcome this outstanding group of new resorts to the Indy coalition,'' said Indy Pass president Doug Fish. “It’s exciting to offer our first nordic resort in Sovereign Lake and along with Manning Park, we now have six great mountains in Western Canada. Seven Oaks and The Rock are also key pickups for us in Iowa and Wisconsin and we look forward to welcoming their passholders to our Great Lakes and Western resorts as they explore beyond their home mountains.”
 

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