The Indy Pass will now offer two free days of skiing, riding, and cross-country skiing at 100 resorts for winter 2022-23 with the addition of eight new partners—five alpine and three cross country—in the Upper Midwest, New England, and the Pacific Northwest.
Alpine ski areas joining the coalition include Marquette Mountain Resort, Nub’s Nob Ski Resort, and Treetops Resort in Michigan, Mount Kato Ski Area in Minnesota, Maine’s BigRock Mountain.
Also added to the roster are cross country areas 49 Degrees North Nordic Center, Wash.; Manning Park Resort XC, B.C.; and Treetops XC, Mich.
“One hundred resorts is certainly a milestone, but the real news here is the addition of some amazing new resorts,” said Indy Pass founder Doug Fish. “We are stoked to add new partners in three regions of the country, especially Michigan, where we now have nine great mountains in the coalition.”
The additions increase Indy’s density in the Midwest to 23 partner resorts, while BigRock brings the Northeastern partner count up to 19 resorts.
Indy has also added another “allied resort”—a new partnership tier rolled out in May. Loup Loup Ski Bowl in Washington is now one of seven Indy allied resorts that will offer discounts to Indy Pass holders, and Indy will offer discounted AddOn passes to allied resorts’ unrestricted season-pass holders.
Indy’s pre-season pricing is still in effect: passes are on sale for $299 for adults, $139 for kids, and $399 for no blackouts.