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The Best Bargains Are Out There For 2024-2025 Multi-Resort Passes

Indy-Cover The sky's the limit with the mega-passes in the West for 2024-2025 going on sale for the first time. (Image via Indy Pass Facebook)

With the deepest discounts in place, next season's multi-mountain passes across the West have officially gone on sale.

Ranging from totally unlimited skiing-riding to several days free, the industry's seven major multi-destination passes have opened pre-season sales at the lowest prices for the 2024-2025 season. Most permit end-of-season skiing and 'boarding if a pass is purchased before a mountain closes. A few offer payment plans.

Ikon Pass. After a two-year hiatus, Washington's Crystal Mountain comes back aboard with unlimited access. Utah's Brighton Resort has removed reservations that Ikon Pass holders had to make. And, Arapahoe Basin remains as a seven-day partner, despite being bought by Alterra this winter. With 10 in the West and five in western Canada, Ikon continues with Unlimited, Base, Base Plus and Session options.

Indy Pass. The two-day pass at 200 resorts (78 in the West) adds Colorado's Powderhorn, B.C.'s Mt. Washington Alpine (on Vancouver Island), and Alaska's Mt. Eyak that can be reached only by air or water -- and has the oldest single chair the U.S. Plus, pass holders get snowcat tour discounts in B.C., Idaho and Washington.

Mountain Collective. Like Indy, buy a pass and get two days free at 12 in the West and six in western Canada. Despite its recent change in ownership, Arapahoe Basin is expected to stay for next season.

Powder Alliance. Bear Valley joins up next season, making it six California resorts. A season pass at any of 19 resorts in West redeems for three at each of all the others. Some restrictions set by individual mountains.

Cali Pass. The newest multi-mountain pass adds Bear Valley to it California collection of Mountain High, China Peak and Dodge Ridge. All on Powder Alliance, too.

Power Pass. New Mexico's Sandia Peak comes on board after purchase this winter by Power Pass owners. But Hesperus outside Durango will not open next season. Portfolio of 12 covers six states, Chile and a bike park in Texas.

Epic Pass. Now in its 15th season, the Vail-owned pass has a 42-resort portfolio that is much the same -- with Unlimited, Local, Value, Plus, Select, Day and resort-specific options. Pass Includes six resorts in Rockies, three in California, Stevens Pass in Washington, and three on the Powder Highway in western Canada. Crans-Montana is new in Switzerland.





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