In perhaps its biggest score yet, founder/owner Doud Fish nailed down Powder Mountain as the latest resort to join the IndyPass revolution.
Already celebrated as, perhaps, the most affordable multi-venue pass in skiing/boarding, IndyPass also added two more resorts to bring the total number of facilities to a whopping 66, spanning all across the United States. From the press release:
“Powder Mountain is the largest ski area in the US with 8464 acres and a lift-served vertical drop of 2519’. The resort receives over 500” of “The Greatest Snow on Earth” and by limiting daily visits and season pass sales, ensures that guests can find fresh tracks for several days after the storm.
“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 qualifies 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.”
We’ll have a long form interview with Doug Fish shortly, so stay tuned.