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Have you heard of the IndyPass?

ski diva

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Staff member
#1
This is pass that's going to include a group of small- to mid-sized independent ski areas in the US and Canada. It's in the process of evolving and won't even go on sale til September 1, but right now it looks like consumers will pay $199. and get the following:

• Two-day access to 50+ resorts in US and Canada
• Discounted kids’ tickets
• Discounted rentals and lessons
• Inexpensive ski vacations

So far, the following resorts have committed, though there may be others coming on board, too:

IDAHO
Brundage Mountain
Silver Mountain

WASHINGTON
White Pass
Mission Ridge
49 Degrees North

OREGON
Hoodoo

CALIFORNIA
Mt. Shasta

MONTANA
Red Lodge Mountain
Lost Trail Powder Mountain

UTAH
Beaver Mountain

BRITISH COLUMBIA
Apex Mountain Resort

WISCONSIN
Little Switzerland
Nordic Mountain
Trollhaugen
Tyrol Basin

MICHIGAN
Big Powderhorn Resort
Pine Mountain Resort

VERMONT
Bolton Valley

MASSACHUSETTS
Catamount Mountain Resort
Berkshire East Mountain Resort

VIRGINIA
Massanutten Resort
Bryce Resort

NORTH CAROLINA
Cataloochee Ski Area

MINNESOTA
Giants Ridge

There may be season pass add-ons at individual resorts.
 

Tvan

Angel Diva
#2
This seems like a positive development. I’ve been worried about the smaller, independent places since Ikon and Epic set out to conquer the ski world.
 
#4
Interesting, and it certainly seems like a good idea for those ski areas.

That leaves Mt Baker as the one major ski area, and one near many millions of people at that, in Washington that is not affiliated with any pass. Mt Baker does not care if you ski there. They didn't care before these passes started and they don't care now.
 

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