The 2021-22 Indy Pass goes on sale today, and has also added three more partner resorts to its roster: Powder Mountain, Utah, Mt. Ashland, Ore., and West Mountain, N.Y. The pass will provide two days of access to 66 North American ski areas next winter.
“The addition of Powder Mountain, Mt. Ashland, and West Mountain will have Indy Pass holders from coast to coast jumping for joy,” said Indy Pass founder Doug Fish. “Each has unique and special qualities that will appeal to a wide range of skiers and riders: Powder Mountain in Utah’s Wasatch range is truly a world-class powder-skier’s mountain; small-but-mighty Mt. Ashland redefines the meaning of undiscovered gem just minutes from the quaint town of Ashland; and West Mountain, with its extensive upgrades over the past decade and commitment to youth racing, will be a huge draw for skiers and riders to New York’s Adirondack foothills.”
Indy Pass pricing is $279 for adults, $119 for kids 12 and under. The Indy+, which has no blackout dates, is $379 for adults and $169 for kids 12 and under. The AddOn Pass for partner-resort season passholders, starting at $189 for adults and $89 for kids, will go on sale July 1 following tech upgrades to enable online sales and pass verification.
In the forthcoming May issue of SAM, Fish reported that Indy Pass redemptions were up 1,100 percent and sales increased 750 percent during the product’s sophomore 2020-21 season. When the pass went on sale Sept. 1, 2020, it was $199 for adults, with access to 55 partner resorts.