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Indy Pass Exceeds 200 Venues, Pass Now on Sale to General Public

Is Indy Pass a mega-pass? It’s been a legitimate question for the last  year, but now with Indy announcing they have surpassed 200 venues as partners on various levels, the question is a resounding yes.

Returning passholders could renew for as little as $279.

From the press release:


Powderhorn, Wisp, and Wintergreen Lead the Class of 24/25, Four cat skiing operators added, Adult Base Pass $349 Kids $199

GRANBY, COLORADO—Indy Pass announced today that seven new Alpine resorts and four cat skiing operations have been added to the 2024/25 Pass. For a limited time, passes will be available for purchase by the general public starting today, March 8, on a first-come, first-served basis until sold out. Last spring, the Indy Pass sold out in 10 days.

New Alpine Resorts Include:

  • Big Moose Mountain, Maine
  • Mt. Eyak, Alaska
  • Mt. Washington Alpine Resort, British Columbia
  • Powderhorn Mountain Resort, Colorado
  • Steeplechase, Minnesota
  • Wintergreen Resort, Virginia
  • Wisp Resort, Maryland

New discounted cat skiing operations Include:

  • Big Red Cats, British Columbia
  • Selkirk Powder, Idaho
  • Brundage Mountain Snowcat Adventures, Idaho
  • Soldier Mountain Cat Skiing, Idaho

Cat skiing is a new addition to the Indy Pass. Alpine passholders will receive a 10% discount when they book day seats or packaged visits.

Indy Pass expects nearly all current resorts to return, including 100% of its New England partners, such as Jay Peak, Waterville Valley, Cannon, Pats Peak, Bolton Valley, Catamount, Berkshire East, and Saddleback.

“These 11 new partners are just the beginning of our additions for next season; we are nowhere close to done,” said Indy Pass director Erik Mogensen. “We will work hard over the off-season to enlist more independent resorts from all ski regions globally.”

Earlier this month Indy released the following news:

“Indy Pass announced today that prices for returning passholders will not increase for the 2024/25 season, a remarkable third year in a row with the same price on adult passes. Discussions with all 185 current resort partners are proceeding, and the total count is guaranteed to exceed 200 by the start of next season.

‘The Indy Pass team has worked hard to create sustainable pricing while the cost of skiing and riding continues to increase at astronomical rates,” said Indy Pass Director Erik Mogensen. “This pricing plan demonstrates our commitment to our passholders and partner resorts that the Indy Pass will continue to lead the industry in affordable, independent skiing.’”