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Indy Pass Adds first SoCal Resort, Expands In Canada, Northeast

Marmot-Basin Canada's Marmot Basin joins the Indy Pass fo the 2021-22 season.

The Indy Pass continues to expand its growing coalition of independent resorts with four more high-profile mountains joining the roster for 2021-22 season.

Now with a total of 72 resorts in 27 states and provinces, the Indy Pass provides up to 144 days of skiing and riding for just $279, $119 for kids, and $379 unrestricted. Three of the four new resorts will have zero blackout days for regular Indy Pass holders.

California - Indy Pass’s first SoCal resort rises to nearly 8000 feet above the Los Angeles Basin in the San Bernardino Mountains. Snow Valley Mountain Resort, in Running Springs California, features 13 lifts including Southern California’s only six-pack, the high-speed Snow Valley Express that accesses over 1000 vertical feet. One of Southern California’s most popular resorts gives Indy Pass a third destination in the Golden State. 

“Indy Pass holders can now ski/snowboard and surf in the same day, achieving the iconic bucket list combo of tasty Pacific Ocean waves and plenty of powder and corduroy runs off Southern California's only six-person chairlift, the Snow Valley Express,” says the resort's Vice President & General Manager, Kevin Somes.

The Canadian Rockies - Majestically perched at the highest base elevation of any major Canadian resort, Ski Marmot Basin offers 3000 vertical feet of breathtaking and heart-pumping terrain in Jasper National Park. Seven lifts, including three express quads, provide access to five mountain faces and 1720 acres of bowls, gladed trees, chutes, and groomers. Just 12 miles down the road is the charming and authentic mountain town of Jasper nestled in a wonderland of towering peaks and scenic beauty.

New York - Titus Mountain is the Northernmost ski area in New York’s Adirondacks and is blessed with cold temperatures, reliable natural snow plus extensive snowmaking, and a sheltered, east-facing trail network. Under new ownership since 2011, the resort has experienced a renaissance of redevelopment and expanding popularity. It’s one of the Northeast’s top-rated family ski centers with three restaurants and private, slopeside, heated Skibanas available for daily rental, along with ski-in ski-out chalets for overnight rental.

Pennsylvania - The East Coast’s second steepest terrain along with 100% snowmaking and night skiing make Montage Mountain one of Pennsylvania’s favorite skiing and riding destinations. Located less than two hours from New York City and Philadelphia the resort features 1000 vertical feet and stunning valley views from its summit. 

“The addition of these incredible mountains is a great bonus for our passholders in all regions,'' said Indy Pass founder Doug Fish. “Snow Valley is an exciting pick-up for us in SoCal and Ski Marmot Basin gives us four Western Canada partners. By pairing Titus with West Mountain in New York and Montage with our Southern New England partners, we are one step closer to offering a high-quality resort within easy reach of every skier and rider in North America.”

Blackouts - Titus Mountain, Ski Marmot Basin, and Snow Valley will have no blackouts for regular Indy Pass holders. Montage will be blackout Christmas, MLK, and President’s weekend holidays. See https://www.indyskipass.com/season-blackout-dates/ for more information.

  • Early-Bird Pricing Ends August 31
  • Indy Pass - Adult $279, Kids 12-and-under $119
  • Indy+ - Adult $379, Kids $169 (no blackouts)
  • Indy AddOn – Adult $189, Kids $89 (for season passholders at partner resorts)
  • Indy+ AddOn – Adult $289, Kids $139

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