It seems like the Indy Pass has no intention to stop growing, and we’re completely fine with that. It just means that the best deal in skiing will continue to get better.
The Indy Pass has added four ski areas in the northeast today, 10/29/22.
They’re as follows: Peek’n Peak Resort, NY, Tussey Mountain, PA, Catamount Outdoor Family Center, VT, Rangeley Lakes Trail Center, ME.
All of these new resorts will offer unrestricted access for Indy Base Pass holders (meaning no blackout dates!).
These additions bring Indy’s total downhill partner resorts to a whopping 105 across all regions of the United States, Canada, and Japan. Passholders get 2 days of skiing and riding at each of these 105 resorts/areas.
There are now also 20 cross-country ski areas on the pass.
Keep reading for more details about each of the new additions to the Indy Pass. They’re all fantastic options for local skiers throughout the Northeast to enjoy time sliding on snow.
Located in the scenic foothills of the Allegheny Plateau, Peek’n Peak Resort features 27 trails of varying difficulty, three terrain parks, and a one-of-a-kind tubing experience. All are conveniently located within a two-hour drive from Buffalo, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh. With an average snowfall of 180 inches, mountainside lodging, and fine dining, “The Peak” is a perfect destination for your winter getaway.
Annual Snowfall: 180″
Vertical Rise: 400′
Skiable Acres: 130
Under brand-new ownership, Tussey Mountain is just minutes from Penn State University and has skiing on 50 acres with three lifts plus a tubing lift. Snowmaking and night skiing cover 90% of the skiable terrain, and instruction is offered through their PSIA member Snowsports School. The resort features rental ski and board gear, plus a fully stocked ski shop for accessories and equipment. The resort is less than two hours from Indy resorts Sawmill Mountain and Blue Knob, also in central Pennsylvania.
Snowmaking Coverage: 90%
Vertical Rise: 520′
Skiable Acres: 38
Catamount Outdoor Family Center is Vermont’s centrally located, most extensive, professionally maintained multi-use trail network with year-round fun for active outdoor people of all ages. Founded in 1978, the trail network has grown to about 35k, offering XC skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking. Since 2005, the resort has been operating as a 501(c)3 non-profit.
Trails: 35 kilometers
Grooming: Classical and skate
Terrain: Flat, hilly, wooded, and open
Nestled at the base of Saddleback Mountain and flanked by Saddleback Lake, the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center offers 45 kilometers of groomed nordic and single-track trails for all abilities. Come enjoy the gorgeous views of the Saddleback range, clean mountain air, and over 200” of annual snow.
Trails: 56 trails covering 45 kilometers
Grooming and trail types: Nordic, single-track, fat bikes, snowshoeing
Terrain: Varied with up to 2300′ vertical rise