The Ikon Pass has added Solitude Mountain Resort, following Alterra’s closing on this acquisition earlier this month, and added neighboring Brighton Resort as an Ikon partner. This brings Ikon’s five Utah connections as a full unlimited access member, and Deer Valley, Alta/Snowbird and Brighton as limited-access partner areas, with five to seven days of access at each—to nearly 10,000 acres of terrain.
It also further solidifies Boyne Resorts as an Ikon partner: five Boyne areas—Big Sky, Loon, Sunday River, Sugarloaf, and now Brighton—offer varying numbers of days to Ikon and Ikon Base passholders.
“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.
“Brighton Resort is excited to be included in the Ikon Pass and honored to be part of such a premier group of destinations,” said Randy Doyle, Brighton president and GM.
The Ikon Pass launched in January 2018 and is a collaboration of Alterra, Aspen Skiing Company, Boyne Resorts, POWDR, and resorts: Lake Louise, Sunshine, Norquay, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Alta Ski Area, Snowbird, Sugarbush Resort, and Thredbo, Australia.