5 Resorts, 10K Acres, Unparalleled Access to Utah Powder

5 Resorts, 10K Acres, Unparalleled Access to Utah Powder

By Snow Travelista \ September 6 2018

And boom! Just like that the Ikon Pass went from a sweet pass for skiers with long bucket-lists, to one of the best local deals going with the addition of unlimited access to Solitude Mountain Resort. Additionally, Brighton Resort has been added to the line up. Ikon Pass holders now have access to nearly 10,000 acres of terrain in Utah between Deer Valley Resort, Alta Ski Area, Snowbird, and now Solitude Mountain Resort and Brighton.

“The Ikon Pass is expanding, and with the addition of Solitude Mountain Resort and Brighton Resort, we are excited to offer unparalleled access to Utah, a state known around the world for its snow quality, variety of terrain, and accessibility,” said Erik Forsell, Chief Marketing Officer of Alterra Mountain Company. 

If you’ve ever dropped into Honeycomb Canyon on a powder day, you know this is great news. Piles of white, fluffy, powder nestled between trees on varied terrain. And with an unlimited season pass, you can slip away to Solitude Mountain for just a few turns, or stay all day. The addition of Brighton to the Ikon Pass means pass holders now have up to 21 days to mix things up in Utah.

Existing Solitude Mountain season pass holders are automatically upgraded to the Ikon Pass which means they now get unlimited year-round access to Solitude, seven days at each Brighton Resort and Deer Valley Resort, plus another seven days to split between Alta and Snowbird as they please. All this with ZERO blackout dates. But…just like a cheesy late-night commercial…there’s more!

Want to explore? In addition to the five Utah resorts, Ikon Pass holders also have access to 30 ADDITIONAL destinations, plus special privileges and discounts with CMH Heli-Skiing. 

Combined the 35 Ikon Pass destinations give holders access to 66,000 skiable acres, that’s a lot of powder! 

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All of this is a bit overwhelming, so here is the bullet-point version:

The Ikon Pass

Thirty-four destinations including unlimited access to 14 destinations, and 7-days at 21 destinations, with zero blackout dates.

UNLIMITED ACCESS TO 14 RESORTS, NO BLACKOUTS: 

NEW Solitude Mountain Resort, UT

NEW Crystal Mountain Resort, WA

Steamboat, CO

Winter Park, CO

Copper Mountain, CO

Eldora, CO

Big Bear Mountain Resort, CA

Mammoth Mountain, CA

June Mountain, CA

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA

Snowshoe, WV

Stratton, VT

Tremblant, QC

Blue Mountain, ON 

7 DAYS EACH AT 21 RESORTS, NO BLACKOUTS:

West: The Summit at Snoqualmie (WA)

Rockies: Deer Valley (UT), Brighton (UT) AltaSnowbird (UT)*, Jackson Hole (WY), Big Sky Resort (MT), Aspen Snowmass (CO), Taos (NM)

Midwest: Boyne Highlands (MI), Boyne Mountain (MI)

East: Killington (VT), Sugarbush (VT), Loon Mountain (NH), Sunday River (ME), Sugarloaf (ME)

Canada: SkiBig3, (AB), Revelstoke, (BC), Cypress (BC

Australia: Thredbo (NSW)

Japan: Niseko United (Hokkaido) 

*AltaSnowbird 7 days total shared between the two

CHILD PASS

Discounted Child Passes (12 and under) with the purchase of an Adult Ikon Pass.

DISCOUNTS

Military and College discounts available

Early winter booking privileges and 10% off summer reservations at CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures.

MORE BENEFITS

10 Friends & Family lift tickets offering 25% off window rates at any Ikon Pass destination (excluding CMH), with no blackout dates.

 

With all of these options, it’s a good time to start working a bucket-list. Perhaps a start would be to ski all 77 runs, three bowls, and 1200 acres available at Solitude Mountain Resort. 

With easy access to Salt Lake International Airport, stunning off-piste terrain, a lovely base village, ski-in/ski-out lodging, and year-round activities, unlimited access to Solitude Mountain Resort is a pretty exciting addition to the Ikon Pass!

For pricing and information on varied pass options, including the Ikon Base Pass, visit the Solitude Mountain Resort Website.

 

This post was sponsored by Solitude Mountain Resort. 

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