Utah's Multi-Mountain Passes

By Tele Tony Nov 1, 2021
Epic, Ikon, Mountain Collective or Indy Pass. Which multi-mountain season pass is right for you?
Utah's Multi-Mountain Passes

Once upon a time buying a season pass required enormous commitment. The pass was a de facto marker of ski and snowboard identity, staking your claim to a single mountain for an entire winter come powder or high pressure. These days, however, season passes are synonymous with flexibility and variety giving us more ways to chase The Greatest Snow on Earth® in all its distinct varieties throughout Utah. With a host of multi-mountain pass options available—including the Epic Pass, the Ikon Pass, the Mountain Collective and the Indy Pass— it’s never been easier and more affordable to sample the slopes. Read on to find out which one is right for you.


Epic Pass

Utah Resort Access: Park City Mountain and Snowbasin Resort

Enjoy unlimited access to Park City Mountain, the largest resort in the U.S. and seven days of skiing and riding at Snowbasin with the Epic Pass. Save a few hundred dollars with the Epic Local Pass, which still includes two days at Snowbasin and just a handful of holiday blackout restrictions at Park City. Everyone knows The Greatest Snow on Earth® is in Utah, but the Epic Pass provides access to 37 resorts owned and operated by Vail Resorts and 46 partner resorts for those who like to travel.

Epic Local Pass Blackout Dates: November 26–27, 2021 / December 26-31,2021 / January 15, 2022 / February 19-20, 2022

Buy with confidence: 
Epic Coverage pass insurance will be included for all pass holders and will provide a refund if you have an eligible injury, job loss, or experience other personal events that prevent you from using your pass and provides a refund for certain resort closures, including for events like COVID-19, giving you a refund for any portion of the season that is lost.

Ikon Pass

Utah Resort Access: Deer Valley Resort, Solitude Mountain Resort, Alta Ski Area, Brighton and Snowbird

Shred all over Utah with the Ikon Pass, offering unlimited access to Solitude, seven days each at Deer Valley and Brighton and seven days shared at Alta and Snowbird. If you don’t mind a few holiday blackout restrictions—and five days instead at the non-Solitude Utah resorts—the Ikon Base Pass saves some cash while still offering incredible access. Throw in access to 43 other Ikon Pass destinations around the world, and you won’t have any shortage of options to ski and snowboard.

Ikon Base Pass Blackout Dates: December 26, 2021-January 2, 2022 / January 15-16, 2022 /  February 19-20, 2022

Buy with confidence: Adventure Assurance offers peace of mind to ski and ride this winter. 21/22 Ikon Passholders can apply the price of unused Ikon passes to a 22/23 Ikon Pass product for any reason through December 9, 2021. COVID-19 closure protections are also available.

Mountain Collective Pass

Utah Resort Access: Snowbird and Alta Ski Area

The Mountain Collective offers two days of access each at Alta and Snowbird in addition to 21 other resorts including some within reasonable striking distance from Utah like Aspen/Snowmass, Big Sky and Jackson Hole all with no blackout dates. Passholders get 50% off single-day lift tickets after the two days have been used, making it easy to get in plenty of Little Cottonwood skiing and riding this winter.

Indy Pass

Utah Resort Access: Beaver Mountain, Eagle Point and Powder Mountain

Ski and ride Utah’s hidden gems with the Indy Pass. Get two days each at every Indy Pass resort, including Powder Mountain, Beaver Mountain and Eagle Point in Utah and a huge variety of regional resorts including three mountains in Wyoming and five in Idaho. There are no blackout dates with the Indy+ pass, but you can save $100 by purchasing the regular Indy Pass with holiday restrictions. The Indy Pass is a great value and a great opportunity skip the lift lines and shred powder at Utah’s independent resorts.

Indy Pass Blackout dates:
Eagle Point: no blackout restrictions
Powder Mountain and Beaver Mountain: December 25, 2021–January 2, 2022 / January 15–17, 2022 / February 19–25, 2022 and all weekends from January 8–March 13, 2022. Capacity restrictions at Powder Mountain require reservations.

Need Even More Variety? Get access to all 15 Utah Resorts

Ski Utah Silver and Gold Pass

Ski Utah's Silver and Gold Passes provide incredible access to every single mountain in Utah. For $3,500 (early bird rate) the Silver Pass allows individuals to ski unlimited days at EACH Utah resort. And the Gold Pass, Utah's only transferable multi-resort pass, valid for unlimited days of skiing at EACH Utah resort is $5,300. Both the Gold and Silver passes have ZERO blackout dates. 

BONUS: Since you can ski them all, wake up and look at the Ski Utah snow report and let the resort with the most snow win! Also, both the Silver and Gold passes grant summer access at participating resorts.

Ski Utah Yeti Pass

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 $649 (early bird pricing). This is also a great parent pass to accompany the Ski Utah 5th & 6th Grade Passport program.

BONUS: With roughly five months of prime skiing and access to 15 resorts, you could pick a new resort to explore each weekend.