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Get the most access to endless ski and snowboard adventure across more than 50 destinations worldwide.

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Join the worldwide community of Ikon Pass holders enjoying greater access to a wide range of mountain destinations with this unique pass that gives you access to the Northern and Southern Hemispheres for year-round winter fun.

With over 300,000 skiable acres located on five continents, the Ikon Pass is more than just a lift ticket – it's your passport to the biggest and best ski areas in the world and ski holidays you'll never forget.

What is the Ikon Pass?

The Ikon Pass is your ski & snowboard passport to the world's most iconic mountains and unlocks a range of exclusive on-mountain discounts, offers and access to great experiences.

It grants you entry to a mountain-minded community of ski enthusiasts and tempting benefits including First Tracks opportunities at participating destinations. Keen travellers also get access to Ikon Pass Travel – a service for pass holders that helps you find the best travel options for you. Plus, your pass also includes on-mountain discounts on food, non-alcoholic beverages, and retail purchases.

A growing community of mountain destinations is now available through the Ikon Pass, including top ski resorts in the United States, Canada, the Alps, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, and Chile – giving you year-round wintersports adventure.

Go to for more information. Protip: get your pass before prices go up on October 14th. 

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Why should you use the Ikon Pass?

An Ikon Pass in invaluable for skiers and snowboarders living or taking a ski holiday in North America where a large majority of participating ski resorts are located, including such US favourites as Mammoth Mountain, Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Steamboat, and a fan favourite just across the border in Canada, Tremblant.

But it also covers top Alpine resorts in Europe, including the popular resorts of Kitzbühel, Zermatt, Chamonix and the vast Dolomiti Superski playground. Looking to ski even further afield? The popular Japanese destination of Niseko and newly added Lotte Arai are also covered, as well as resorts in Chile, Australia and New Zealand if you want to tackle the snow in the southern hemisphere.

New with Ikon Pass this winter

Since last season Ikon Pass has added seven brand new mountains, bringing its family of destination experiences to over 50. These new additions include icons like the Chamonix Mont-Blanc Valley in France, Panorama in British Columbia, Canada, Lotte Arai in Japan, and several new additions to its North American offerings.

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How much does the Ikon Pass cost?

Ikon Pass has a portfolio of products, suitable for every skier, rider, and lifestyle, starting from only $269 USD per adult. However, if you’re looking to take a holiday to North America and maybe a few weekend jaunts in your own backyard of Europe, you may want to consider the Ikon Pass. This pass will get you the most access, the most mountains, and no blackout days. With it you get unlimited access at up to 14 top destinations, plus up to seven days each at 39 extra destinations, including seven new resorts added for the 22/23 season. The current cost is $1,179 USD for adults, $389 USD per child, and $149 USD for ages four and under.

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Standout North American resorts covered by the Ikon Pass

Coming to America? Your Ikon Pass will get you superb access at these top North American ski resorts.

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Mammoth Mountain, California, USA

Located on the eastern flank of the Sierra Nevada range, Mammoth Mountain has the highest lift-served skiable terrain in California, with a sky-scraping 3,369m volcanic summit. It boasts an exceptional snowfall record and one of the longest ski seasons in North America, regularly running from November through to July. Throw in iconic mountain vistas, the famous Unbound Terrain Parks, and lively resort town and you've got one of America's finest ski areas.

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Palisades Tahoe, California, USA

Featuring Tahoe’s finest, Palisades Tahoe offers up two mountains loaded into one iconic destination. With a legacy of ski culture and mountain energy dating back to the 1960 Winter Olympics, Palisades' spirit of adventure makes it one of North America’s most renowned ski resorts. The ski area is renowned for its big ungroomed bowls, offering vast expanses of open terrain where pristine powder lines can often be found for many days following fresh snowfalls.

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Deer Valley, Utah, USA

As one of the last skier-only destinations in the US, Deer Valley Resort continues to set the standard for dining and guest service in the ski industry, offering the crème de la crème of on and off-slope service. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, Deer Valley is a stone's throw from the charming historic silver mining town of Park City, which is also well worth a visit. Blanketed with The Greatest Snow On Earth®, the mountain’s six peaks offer a variety of terrain for all skiers, from groomed-to-perfection slopes to steep fall lines.

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Steamboat, Colorado, USA

Dubbed 'Ski Town USA', Steamboat Ski Resort in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado, is one of the USA's classic mountain holiday destinations, renowned for its celebrated Champagne Powder™ snow, superb glade-skiing terrain and its lively authentic Western-style ambiance. Steamboat boasts terrain for both beginner and expert, including steeps, deeps, broad cruisers, and the famous glades of evergreens and aspens. Built on ranching heritage, the resort town of Steamboat Springs maintains its casual charm and genuine western welcome.

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Winter Park, Colorado, USA

Voted #1 Ski Resort in North America by USA Today readers, Winter Park Resort is literally named after the fact that it’s the Winter Park for Denver. It has a lot to offer skiers and snowboarders, and is absolutely perfect for families, plus, train access from Denver runs right to the base, making it very easy to get to. With more than 3,000 acres of skiable terrain and some of the most consistent snow in Colorado, world-class skiing meets laid back living in Winter Park. Colorado unfiltered.

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Tremblant, Québec, Canada

This self-contained, purpose-built resort is based around an attractive pedestrianised village adjacent to a single-peak ski area. Although compact, it has a well-planned layout that makes the best of the available terrain and offers enough to keep all standards of skiers and snowboarders entertained. Blessed with a European flair its arguably the best ski-in/ski-out village in all of North America. The resort is popular with Canadian and American visitors, and the relatively short flying time from the UK makes Tremblant a popular choice for British visitors too.


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