The Ikon Pass is rolling out a new benefit for all pass holders next season that will grant early-access to the slopes at 14 resorts spread out across the country.
Pass holders will score some untracked powder and have the mountain to themselves before it’s opened to the general public on one day per month at each participating resort.
Check out the full press release for more details below:
IKON PASS ANNOUNCES IKON PASS FIRST TRACKS BENEFIT OFFERED TO ALL IKON PASS HOLDERS FOR WINTER 21/22
DENVER, CO, April 29, 2021 – Ikon Pass announces Ikon Pass First Tracks, a new free benefit for Ikon Pass holders for winter 21/22. Unlock untouched powder and corduroy before the lifts open to the public.
Currently Steamboat, Winter Park Resort, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, Big Bear Mountain Resort, Stratton, Sugarbush Resort, Snowshoe, Crystal Mountain, Tremblant, Blue Mountain, Deer Valley Resort, and Solitude Mountain Resort will offer Ikon Pass First Tracks during the winter 21/22 season.
Ikon Pass First Tracks will be available one designated morning per month in January, February and March 2022 at each participating destination during the 21/22 winter season. Designated days may vary by destination and Ikon Pass First Tracks dates and more details will be announced by November 1, 2021. Ikon Pass First Tracks applies to the 21/22 Ikon Pass, Ikon Base Pass, Ikon Base Plus Pass and Ikon Session Pass based on pass access.
The Ikon Pass offers access to 45 iconic global mountain destinations across the Americas, Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand and is a collaboration of industry leaders – Alterra Mountain Company, Aspen Skiing Company, Boyne Resorts, POWDR, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Alta Ski Area, Snowbird, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, SkiBig3, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, RED Mountain, Windham Mountain, Schweitzer, Taos Ski Valley, Zermatt, Thredbo, Mt Buller, Niseko United, Valle Nevado, and NZ Ski. Each demonstrates integrity, character and independence that is reflected in their mountains and guests.
Featured Image Courtesy: Alterra Mountain Company/Mammoth Mountain