The Ikon pass

Your ski & snowboard pass

The Ikon Pass is a ski pass that gives access to a network of ski resorts around the world. It is offered by Alterra Mountain Company, which operates a number of ski resorts in North America, Europe, and Japan.

There are two versions of the Ikon Pass: the Ikon Pass and the Ikon Base Pass. The Ikon Pass provides unlimited access to all of the resorts in the Ikon Pass network, while the Ikon Base Pass provides limited access to a select number of resorts.

Both versions of the Ikon Pass offer various benefits and discounts, including discounts on lift tickets, rentals, and other activities at participating resorts. The Ikon Pass also includes a number of additional perks, such as free skiing at partner resorts, discounts on lodging and dining, and access to other recreational activities.

To purchase an Ikon Pass, you will need to create an account on the Ikon Pass website and follow the instructions for purchasing a pass. Prices for the Ikon Pass vary depending on the type of pass you choose and when you purchase it. The Ikon Pass is available for both adults and children, and there are also options for families and groups.

Ikon Pass destinations

Some of the destinations that are included on the Ikon Pass are:

North America:

Aspen Snowmass, Colorado
Copper Mountain, Colorado
Crested Butte, Colorado
Eldora, Colorado
Steamboat, Colorado
Winter Park, Colorado
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Big Sky, Montana
Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico
Deer Valley, Utah
Alta and Snowbird, Utah
Stratton, Vermont
Killington, Vermont
Mammoth Mountain, California
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, California
Big Bear Mountain Resort, California
June Mountain, California
Tremblant, Quebec
Blue Mountain, Ontario
Snowshoe, West Virginia


Kitzb├╝hel, Austria
Grandvalira Resorts Andorra, Andorra
Chamonix Mont-Blanc Valley, France
Dolomiti Superski, Italy
Zermatt Matterhorn, Switzerland

South America:

Valle Nevado, Chile


Thredbo, Australia
Mt Buller, Australia
Coronet Peak, New Zealand
The Remarkables, New Zealand
Mt Hutt, New Zealand


Niseko United, Japan
Lotte Arai, Japan

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Ikon Pass partner resorts

Partner resorts are ski resorts that are not included on the Ikon Pass, but which offer discounted lift tickets to Ikon Pass holders. Partner resorts are a way for Ikon Pass holders to access additional ski resorts at a discounted rate.

Partner resorts include:

Banff Sunshine, Alberta
Lake Louise Ski Resort, Alberta
SkiBig3 (Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort, Mt. Norquay), Alberta
Fernie Alpine Resort, British Columbia
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Revelstoke Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Sugarbowl Resort, California
Sunshine Village, Alberta

The specific partner resorts and the benefits offered to Ikon Pass holders may vary depending on the specific pass that you purchase. It is always a good idea to check the Ikon Pass website or contact Ikon Pass customer service to get the most up-to-date information on the partner resorts and the benefits included on the pass.