Indy Pass adds 10 Resorts

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After adding 10 new ski areas to its roster for the 2024-25 season, Indy Pass will release a limited number of passes starting July 1.

“With the addition of these great new partners, we are excited to release additional passes during this short window,” said Indy founder Doug Fish, adding that “Our goal is to regulate the volume of Indy Passes to maintain uncrowded slopes at our partner resorts.”

Indy has added four ski areas in New England, four in Japan, and one each in Nova Scotia and the Southeast U.S. The list includes Ragged Mountain, N.H.; Camden Snow Bowl and Mt. Abram, Maine; Middlebury Snowbowl, Vt.; Cape Smokey, Nova Scotia; Hatley Pointe, N.C.; and Anihari Ski Resort, Maiko Snow Resort, Nayoro Piyashiri Ski Resort, and Palcall Tsumagoi Resort, Japan.

Passes will go on sale to folks on the waitlist first from July 1-4. Season passholders at partner resorts will be eligible to purchase an Indy AddOn pass at a 25 percent discount from July 3-4, and the remaining stock will open to the general public on July 4.

Indy closed sales of the 2024-25 pass after a 10-day window on March 18, with director Erik Mogensen noting at the time that sales might reopen on a limited basis depending on capacity.

The company has offered a money back guarantee that the pass will have at least 200 resort partners for next season, “Our team is 100 percent focused on growing the value of the Indy Pass. We are not done,” said Mogensen.