Ski towns across the United States are dealing with new tensions within their communities as Ikon pass holders are racking up more days at resorts that are not use to seeing so many skiers and riders on their slopes and lift-lines. NPR reports on the friction between Ikon pass holders and locals in the following newscast.
While the prices of ski lift passes have been skyrocketing, the industry has been embracing new multiresort season passes that are cheaper than ever. They’ve proven popular though also controversial. – NPR.org