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Multi-resort passes for 2022-23: Ikon, Epic, Indy etc.

Tennessee

Angel Diva
Hi @skibum4ever, I was wondering the same thing. Are Epic pass prices going up after the end of May or do you just lose the “buddy pass” (or whatever they call it) perks? I might have a trip to Telluride so am thinking of getting the 6 day Epic option. What do you experts think????
 

marzNC

Angel Diva
Ikon reservations will be required for more Partner resorts than last season. For 2021-22, Jackson Hole and Taos required reservations. For 2022-23, Aspen Ski Co and Boyne Resorts decided to take that route to Aspen/Snowmass, Big Sky, Brighton, Snowqualmie, and Loon will require reservations. People planning on a winter break ski vacation can make a reservation as early as August.

The process was straightforward last season for Taos if done early. However, Saturdays do fill up. New slots can open up so it can be worth checking in the week or two before a given date. That's what Bill had to do for the Ski Week last season because he waited too long to make a reservation. He also had the MCP, so wasn't that concerned. In the end he got an Ikon reservation.

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marzNC

Angel Diva
The Indy Pass continues to add both full Partners and Allied locations.

Indy Pass Adds Seven New Resorts Across All Regions Plus Japan
New England, The Upper Midwest, the Rocky Mountains, and Japan expand

PORTLAND, Ore. (July 19, 2022) – The Indy Pass announced today that seven new resorts have been added to the 22/23 season roster bringing to 104 the number of resorts offering two free days. An additional three Allied resorts have also been added that will provide 25-50% lift ticket discounts to Indy Pass holders. None of these new resorts will have blackout days.

New Alpine Resorts - Two free days:
  • Black Mountain of Maine
  • Meadowlark Ski Resort, Wyoming
  • Aomori Spring, Japan
New Cross Country Resort - Two free days
  • Black Mountain of Maine Nordic Center
New Allied Resorts - 25 to 50% off lift tickets
  • Paul Bunyan, Wisconsin
  • King Pine, New Hampshire
  • Cherry Peak, Utah
“The off-season is an exciting time for new resorts at Indy Pass, and this summer is proving to be a doozy! We are stoked to welcome seven fantastic new resorts to the coalition in all regions West of the Cascades and Sierras, said Doug Fish, President of Indy Pass. Next week, however, we have an exciting addition for our West Coast passholders, so stay tuned!"
 

Lmk92

Angel Diva
Every time they make an announcement, my fingers cross for Elk and/or Blue. Neither are likely to sign on, though, sadly.
 

TheGreenOne

Certified Ski Diva
I got Indy and Epic Local this upcoming season.. somehow itching to buy Copper also.

Might have to do away with skiing at all this winter check your tatas!
 

marzNC

Angel Diva
The $559 price for the Mountain Collective Pass will be gone next week. Here's the line up for 2022-23 as of late July. Unlike a few years ago, the list of MCP resorts includes a few that are not also on Ikon. Grand Targhee used to be the only one.

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marzNC

Angel Diva
The Mountain Collective Pass prices went up $20 as of August 2. $579 for an adult.

Most likely the MCP price will go up again mid-Sept.
 

MissySki

Angel Diva
The Indy Pass continues to add both full Partners and Allied locations.

Indy Pass Adds Seven New Resorts Across All Regions Plus Japan
New England, The Upper Midwest, the Rocky Mountains, and Japan expand

PORTLAND, Ore. (July 19, 2022) – The Indy Pass announced today that seven new resorts have been added to the 22/23 season roster bringing to 104 the number of resorts offering two free days. An additional three Allied resorts have also been added that will provide 25-50% lift ticket discounts to Indy Pass holders. None of these new resorts will have blackout days.

New Alpine Resorts - Two free days:
  • Black Mountain of Maine
  • Meadowlark Ski Resort, Wyoming
  • Aomori Spring, Japan
New Cross Country Resort - Two free days
  • Black Mountain of Maine Nordic Center
New Allied Resorts - 25 to 50% off lift tickets
  • Paul Bunyan, Wisconsin
  • King Pine, New Hampshire
  • Cherry Peak, Utah
“The off-season is an exciting time for new resorts at Indy Pass, and this summer is proving to be a doozy! We are stoked to welcome seven fantastic new resorts to the coalition in all regions West of the Cascades and Sierras, said Doug Fish, President of Indy Pass. Next week, however, we have an exciting addition for our West Coast passholders, so stay tuned!"

Hmm interesting that Black Mountain of Maine was added. I’ve wanted to check them out for awhile now.
 

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