The time is upon us once again, Spring skiing has arrived and with that the first 21⁄22 season passes have begun to be introduced. Ikon is the first major pass to announce it’s 21⁄22 benefits and you can buy your pass starting today. Buying your 21⁄22 Ikon pass won’t just help you get on the mountains next year either, with a few participating resorts allowing pass holders access to Spring skiing through the rest of the 20⁄21 season. Let’s dive right into it and explain the different passes that are available, and the benefits that come with each one.
Adult (23+) — $999 with renewal being $899
Young Adult (13−22) — $739
Child (5−12) — $319
4 and Under — $149
The Ikon Pass is the perfect pass for anyone trying to get the full experience of what Ikon has to offer. With no blackout dates and access to 44 destinations worldwide, the flexibility on this pass is like no other. Let’s not forget all the other benefits that come with this pass, like free adventure assurance, 25% off tickets for friends and family, 15% off food, beverage and retail, deals on lodging and a $50 membership to Protect Our Winters. The opportunities are endless with what you can do with a pass like this. Plus for an extra $150 you can add on Jackson Hole and Aspen Snowmass.
Ikon Base Pass
Adult (+23) — $729 with renewal being $649
Young Adult (13−22) — $559
Child (5−12) — $279
4 and Under — $99
The most bang for your buck, the Ikon Base Pass offers 42 destinations worldwide for you skiing endeavors with minimum blackout dates throughout the Winter season. You get all the same benefits as the Ikon Pass, with the expectation of only getting 10% of food, beverage and retail. Overall it’s still a great option for those who know they can’t or won’t be skiing during some of the more busier times of the season. With unlimited access to 13 resorts and up to 5 days each at another 28, this pass will definitely fulfill all your skiing desires for the 21⁄22 season.
Dec 26 2021 — Jan 2, 2022
Jan 15 – 16, 2022
Feb 19 – 20, 2022
Don’t forget that with both the Ikon Pass and Ikon Base pass you also get access to Spring skiing during the 20⁄21 season. Below are the available resorts with the start dates to their Spring season.
Big Bear Mountain Resort — March 11th
Snowshoe — March 11th
Tremblant — April 5th
Solitude — April 5th
Sugarbush — April 5th
Mammoth Mountain — April 12th
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows — April 12th
Winter Park — April 12th
Ikon Session Pass 4‑Day
The perfect pass for those who know they’ll be traveling around this upcoming Winter to multiple resorts for a few days at a time. The 4‑Day pass offers 4 days total at 37 destinations, with the same blackout dates that the Ikon Base Pass has. If you know you won’t be skiing a ton next year this pass is still worth it over buying multiple day passes for whichever resort you are trying to ride and gives you a ton of different options when it comes to destinations.
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