It all starts now – the 22/23 Ikon Pass is on sale. It’s time to keep the stoke alive, seek a season of fun in the mountains, and DO YEWWW across 50 of the best ski destinations in the world.
When you claim this multi-destination pass, you’re dropping into a celebration of snowfall. Whether it’s the immediate spring access, hooting and hollering down your favorite runs next season, or connecting with the crew for an afternoon brew, there’s always an adventure for how you ride.
If it’s fun, you’re doing it right.
As part of the mountain-minded community, the world becomes your own personal snow globe when you have an Ikon Pass in your pocket. Unlock a global playground of bowls, glades, scenic vistas, summits, and non-stop unique mountain experiences.
To help make these memories that much sweeter, the Ikon Pass has turned up the fun with the addition of 3 new legendary destinations to its family of mountains. Get ready to explore the storied slopes of Chamonix in France, the sun-drenched scenes of Sun Valley in Idaho, and the powder-pillow deep history of Snowbasin in Utah.
Additionally, new pass options have been added to the mix. Starting at only $249 adult, the 2-Day and 3-Day Ikon Session Passes offer a range of affordable entry points to kickstart your season. This access furthers the flexibility and availability for riders of all means and styles to experience this family of unique worldwide destinations.
As always, this spring is the time to buy. For a limited time, not only can you claim the best prices on winter 22/23, but you can score all the best early-season goods.
Across this landscape, every set of first turns leads to joyous last laughs. Along the way, the 22/23 season is dedicated to finding your line and owning the individual style that is 100% you. From west coast to east, Canada to the European Alps, Japan to Australia to Chile, and beyond, as you carve and cut, crush powder and snap iconic photos, you’re building a season of lifelong memories that showcase the endless ways you play.
SEEK SPRING YEWWW
Spring joy starts now. Starting March 10, new pass holders can Buy Now, Ride Now with immediate sun-drenched access to 5 destinations upon purchase. As the days grow longer, spring access will grow to include a total of 10 destinations by April 11. Learn more about spring on the slopes here.
YEWWW & THE CREW
It’s always been this simple – adventure is better together. With that in mind, families that shred can save up to $200 in child passes when purchasing an adult pass. Then, when next season rolls around, treat the crew to discounted friends and family lift tickets, easily shared digitally straight from MyAccount.
GET MORE YEWWW TIME
For returning pass holders, claim up to $100 in renewal discounts while you look forward to another season packed full of fun. It’s time to call the crew, pull out the calendar, and start picking dates for both mountain reunions and bucket list missions.
THE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY & YEWWW
Once you have your 22/23 Ikon Pass in hand, the fun begins. As a member of a diverse, mountain-minded community, you’ll be able to take your season further with benefits exclusively for pass holders.
Customize your perfect mountain getaway with Ikon Pass Travel, a planning service that allows you to browse airfare options, hotels, and activities to create your customized travel package. Book online or utilize Ikon Pass Travel specialists to help compare destinations and prices.
This year, whether you’re hunting bluebird days, scoring après scenes, or tearing through cold smoke, however your ride, there are endless ways to play across 50 destinations worldwide.
From only $249, discover the pass option that’s right for you at ikonpass.com
Once your travel plans are in the bag and your 22/23 trips begin to send, pass holders can unlock untouched powder and crispy corduroy with free Ikon Pass First Tracks. During several designated mornings throughout the 22/23 season, be first to the fun and grab early morning laps at participating destinations before the lifts open to the public.
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