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Nearly Every Indy Pass Partner Returning For The 2023-24 Season


Last week, the Indy Pass released an updated list of ski resorts that are confirmed partners for the 2023-24 season. So far, 102 of the 105 partners have confirmed that they will be returning for the 2023-24 season.

The only holdouts are Snow Valley, Mt. Ashland, and Mt. Hood Meadows. Snow Valley was acquired by the Alterra Mountain Company this year, so they’re heading to the Ikon Pass. Mt. Ashland confirmed to the Storm Skiing Journal that they’ll be returning to the Indy Pass this season. Mt. Hood Meadows remains unconfirmed, but they’re expected to return.

The Indy Pass is expected to bring on at least a dozen more partners for next season. With the addition of a physical pass and the elimination of service fees, this is the time to buy an Indy Pass.

The official press release from the Indy Pass is below.

Grand County, CO. (March 29, 2023) – The Indy Pass released today an updated list of resorts that have committed for the 23/24 season. As of this date, 102 out of 105 Indy Alpine resorts participating in 22/23 will return for next season. Snow Valley, Mt. Hood Meadows, and Mt. Ashland are the three uncommitted resorts. Alterra acquired Snow Valley, Mt. Hood Meadows, and Mt. Ashland are expected to renew.

Allied and Cross Country resort lists will be published after the Indy season ends on April 30. Indy Pass Founder Doug Fish said, “97 percent of Indy Partner Resorts returning sends a clear message that the Indy Revolution is alive and well. In fact, more than a dozen new resorts are already in the cue to join the coalition.”

Continued Growth Expected – Indy Passholders can expect significant growth in partner options for the 23/24 season in both the domestic and international markets.  Fish continued, “Our efforts will now shift from confirming renewals to expansion opportunities in markets where the Indy Pass has room for more partners.”

Waitlist Pass Sales Will End March 30th – 23/24 passes are only on sale for people who signed up for the waitlist before March 23rd. The Adult Base Pass is $299, and the Adult Indy+ Pass is $399 for zero blackout days (see complete waitlist pass pricing below). Sales to General Public Begin on April 1st.

102 Renewing Resorts for 23/24

West – 15
Arctic Valley Ski Area AK
Eaglecrest Mountain AK
Apex Mountain BC
Manning Park Resort BC
Sasquatch Mountain BC
China Peak CA
Dodge Ridge CA
Mountain High CA
Mt. Shasta Snow Park CA
Hoodoo Mountain Resort OR
49 Degrees North WA
Hurricane Ridge WA
Mission Ridge WA
Ski Bluewood WA
White Pass Resort WA

Rockies – 22
Castle Mountain AB
Sunrise Park AZ
Bluebird Backcountry CO
Echo Mountain CO
Granby Ranch CO
Sunlight Mountain CO
Brundage Mountain ID
Kelly Canyon ID
Pomerelle Mountain Resort ID
Silver Mountain ID
Soldier Mountain ID
Tamarack Resort ID
Blacktail Mountain MT
Lost Trail Powder Mountain MT
Red Lodge MT
Beaver Mountain UT
Eagle Point Resort UT
Powder Mountain UT
Antelope Butte WY
Meadowlark Mountain Resort WY
Snow King Mountain WY
White Pine Ski Resort WY

Midwest – 28
Chestnut IL
Mt. Crescent IA
Seven Oaks IA
Sundown Mountain IA
Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort MI
Caberfae Peaks MI
Crystal Mountain Resort MI
Marquette Mountain MI
Nub’s Nob MI
Pine Mountain Resort MI
Schuss Mountain at Shanty Creek MI
Snowriver Mountain Resort MI
Swiss Valley Ski Area MI
Treetops Ski Resort MI
Buck Hill Ski Area, MN
Detroit Mountain MN
Lutsen Mountains MN
Mount Kato MN
Powder Ridge MN
Spirit Mountain MN
Loch Lomond Ski Area ON
Terry Peak SD
Granite Peak WI
Little Switzerland WI
Nordic Mountain WI
The Rock Snowpark WI
Trollhaugen WI
Tyrol Basin WI

East – 21
Mohawk Mountain CT
Big Rock Mountain ME
Black Mountain of Maine ME
Saddleback Mountain ME
Berkshire East MA
Black Mountain Ski Area NH
Cannon Mountain NH
Pats Peak NH
Waterville Valley NH
Catamount Mountain Resort NY
Greek Peak Mountain Resort NY
Peek ‘n Peak Resort NY
Snow Ridge NY
Swain Resort NY
Titus Mountain NY
West Mountain NY
Calabogie Peaks Resort ON
Bolton Valley VT
Jay Peak VT
Magic Mountain VT
Saskadena Six VT

Mid-Atlantic – 11
Cataloochee Ski Area NC
Blue Knob Resort PA
Montage Mountain PA
Ski Sawmill PA
Shawnee Mountain Ski Area PA
Tussey Mountain PA
Ober Gatlinburg TN
Bryce Resort VA
Massanutten VA
Canaan Valley Resort WV
Winterplace Ski Resort WV

Japan – 5
Aomori Spring Resort
Geto Kogen
Okunakayama Kogen

New Refund Policy
Any passholder who purchases during our early-bird pricing period will be eligible for the Indy Pass Partner Participation Promise. Pass holders are entitled to a full refund if the resorts they plan to visit are not participating in the program.  Refund requests must be submitted by September 1, 2023.

Payment Plan – Adult Pass As Low As $37 per Month
Pass buyers can pay for their passes in up to eight installments with no interest, meaning an adult base pass would cost less than $37 per month. Buyers should note that the Indy pass payment plan is underwritten and delivered by Indy Pass, meaning there are no outside approvals, credit checks, and bankers like some mega passes.

No More Service Charge – Commemorative RFID Passes to be Issued
The 3% service fee typically charged on all Indy Passes at checkout will be eliminated for the 23/24 season. In exchange, all pass holders will be mailed a custom-designed 23/24 commemorative, RFID-enabled Indy Pass with a photo for a $10 fee. The physical Indy Pass will include benefits such as direct-to-lift access at select Indy resorts, expedited lift ticket pick-up at all Indy resorts, and discounts on products and services from Indy Pass partners.

23/24 Pricing Starting April 1:

Indy Base Pass & Indy+ Pass Pricing
Adult Indy Base Pass $319
Adult Indy+ Pass $419 (no blackouts)
Kids Indy Base Pass $189
Kids Indy+ Pass $229
XC Pass – Adults $69, Kids $29

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For Season Passholders at Partner and Allied Resorts Only
Adult Indy AddOn Pass $239
Adult Indy+ AddOn Pass $339
Kids Indy AddOn Pass $139
Kids Indy+ AddOn Pass $189

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Image Credits: Indy Pass

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