The multi-resort pass game in Utah is strong (and growing) these days. They come with flexibility, variety and more ways to chase The Greatest Snow on Earth® through Utah’s mountains. Utah resorts welcome Epic Pass, Ikon Pass, Indy Pass and Mountain Collective resulting in easier and more affordable access to skiing and riding in Utah than ever before. If exclusivity is your thing, get your hands on a limited quantity Ski Utah Gold Pass valid for unlimited days at all 15 of Utah’s resorts meaning you can wake up, check the snow report and decide where to ski that day. We don’t mess around when it comes to powder days.
Below, we hope we’ve distilled the information on all of the multi-resort passes thoroughly enough to help you make a decision on where your pass allegiance will lie for 2022–23 and how you can get the most skiing for your buck!
Utah Resort Access: Park City Mountain
Enjoy unlimited access to Park City Mountain, the largest resort in the U.S. with the Epic Pass. Save a few hundred dollars with the Epic Local Pass, which includes just a handful of holiday blackout restrictions at Park City Mountain. The Epic Pass also provides access to 80 resorts worldwide including unrestricted access to 20 Vail owed resorts.
Utah Resort Access: Alta Ski Area, Brighton, Deer Valley Resort, Snowbasin Resort, Snowbird and Solitude Mountain Resort
Ski/ride all over Utah with the Ikon Pass, offering unlimited access to Solitude, seven days each at Deer Valley and Brighton* and seven days shared between Alta/Snowbird.
*Lift reservations will be required for Brighton for the 22/23 season.
The Ikon Pass provides access to a total of 50 unique destinations worldwide. 14 of those resorts with unlimited skiing/riding.
Ikon Base Pass saves some cash while still offering access to three Utah resorts. Unlimited access to Solitude and five days each at Brighton and Snowbird. On the flipside, with the Ikon Base Plus Pass you add in access to Alta, Deer Valley Resort and Snowbasin Resort with some blackout dates.
The Ikon Base pass provides access to 44 destinations worldwide.
Ikon Base/Base Plus Blackout Dates:
December 26–31, 2022, January 14–15, 2023, and February 18–19, 2023
NEW for 2022–23:
Three new destinations: Snowbasin, UT // Sun Valley, ID // Chamonix in France
Two, three and four days total at select destinations with the Session Passes.
Buy with confidence:
Ikon currently offers Adventure Assurance, Pass Protection and Injury Insurance. It’s all about the options! Adventure Assurance comes free with every Ikon pass and protects against COVID-related closures. Pass Protection is an optional add-on that provides protection if a passholder can no longer use their pass for eligible covered events. And finally, Injury Insurance is an optional add-on at the time of purchase and covers eligible out-of-pocket expenses if an Ikon Passholder is injured while using their Ikon pass. More infomation can be found here.
Utah Resort Access: Beaver Mountain, Eagle Point and Powder Mountain
Visit Utah’s hidden gems with the Indy Pass. Ski/ride two days each at Powder Mountain, Beaver Mountain and Eagle Point in Utah. Indy Pass is valid for two days at a total of 87 independent resorts across North America including some fun resorts in neighboring Idaho, Wyoming and Montana if you’re looking to link up a road trip!
There are no blackout dates with the Indy+ pass, but you can save $100 by purchasing the regular Indy Pass with holiday restrictions.
Indy Pass Blackout dates:
Eagle Point: no blackout restrictions
Powder Mountain and Beaver Mountain: December 25, 2022–January 3, 2023 /January 15–17, 2023 / February 19–21, 2023 and all weekends from January 8–March 13, 2023 and February 22–25, 2023. Reservations are required for Powder Mountain.
Utah Resort Access: Alta Ski Area, Snowbasin Resort and Snowbird
The Mountain Collective offers two days of access each at Alta, Snowbasin and Snowbird in addition to 22 other resorts including some within reasonable striking distance from Utah like Sun Valley, Aspen/Snowmass, Big Sky and Jackson Hole all with no blackout dates. Passholders get to choose a bonus third day at the destination of their choice. Passholders also receive 50% off single-day lift tickets after the two days have been used, making it easy to get in plenty of Utah skiing and riding at a hefty discount.
A Utah Tip: With the Mountain Collective pass you can get five days of Little Cottonwood lift access with no blackouts, for less than the Ikon Base Pass (which doesn't offer access to Alta). The Mountain Collective comes with two days at Alta and Snowbird each, as well as a third bonus day for use at one resort. Voila: 3+2 = 5 days of access at Alta and Snowbird (credit @Peak_Rankings for pointing that out). Please note you don't get access to Solitude with the Mountain Collective Pass.
NEW for 2022–23:
Snowbasin, UT and Sun Valley, ID join the Mountain Collective pass.
Seeking Even More Variety? Get access to all 15 Utah Resorts:
Ski Utah's Gold Passes provide incredible UNLIMITED access to every. single. mountain. in Utah. For $6,150 (early bird rate), the Gold Pass is Utah's only transferable multi-resort pass, valid for unlimited days of skiing at EVERY Utah resort. The Gold Pass has ZERO blackout dates.
If that isn’t enticing enough, there are additional benefits for passholders and summer access at participating resorts.
There are a limited number of Gold Passes sold each season.
Ski Utah’s Yeti Pass provides one day of access to each of Utah’s 15 resorts, allowing you to sample The Greatest Snow on Earth® at every mountain in the state for just $669. This is also a great parent pass to accompany the Ski Utah 5th & 6th Grade Passport. There are a limited number of Yeti Passes sold each season.
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