Credit: Tamarack Resort, Indy Pass Media Kit

Heya folks. Just wanted to give all of you planning to buy an Indy Pass this season a heads-up that prices will increase after November 30th.

The Indy Pass, which has been well-documented by us here at Unofficial Networks as the best deal in skiing, only costs $299 for adults. That’s less than $300 for two days of skiing or riding at 80 awesome ski resorts across all regions of the US, Canada, and Japan!

The full details from Indy are included below, as well as the 80 resorts that make up the Indy Pass for the Winter ’21-’22 season. Check out this blog if you want to read more about some of our favorite resorts on the Indy Pass, and click here to buy that pass!

Featured Image Credit: Jay Peak, Indy Pass Media Kit

Credit: Apex Mountain Resort, Indy Pass Media Kit

Indy Pass Final Price Increase Scheduled for Midnight on November 30th

PORTLAND, Ore. (November 24, 2021) –The last day to purchase an Indy Pass at pre-season prices is November 30 after which all passes will increase by about 10%. At just $299 the adult pass provides two days of skiing and riding at 80 resorts across North America and Japan and is by far the lowest priced multi-mountain pass on the market. After November 30th the price will be $329.

Through 11/30 kids 12 and under pay just $129 and for those who don’t want to worry about blackout dates, the Indy+ is just $399.

About Indy Pass –
In its third season, the Indy Pass is the fastest-growing multi-mountain pass in North America. It offers 80 resorts across the US, Canada, and Japan, each providing two days of skiing or riding for an affordable price. Indy Pass resorts are independent and uniquely authentic, and many are owned and operated by multi-generational families.


ALASKA — Eaglecrest Ski Area
ALBERTA — Castle Mountain Resort, Ski Marmot Basin
ARIZONA — Sunrise Park Ski Area
BRITISH COLUMBIA — Apex Mountain Resort, Manning Park, Sovereign Lake, Sasquatch Mountain
CALIFORNIA — China Peak, Mt. Shasta Ski Park, Snow Valley
IDAHO — Brundage Mountain, Silver Mountain, Tamarack Resort, Pomerelle, Soldier Mountain
OREGON – Hoodoo, Mt. Ashland
MONTANA — Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Red Lodge Mountain
UTAH — Beaver Mountain, Eagle Point, Powder Mountain
WASHINGTON — 49 Degrees North, Hurricane Ridge, Mission Ridge, White Pass
WYOMING — Snow King Mountain, White Pine Ski Area, Antelope Butte
IOWA — Seven Oaks, Sundown Mountain
MICHIGAN — Big Powderhorn Resort, Caberfae Peaks, Crystal Mountain, Pine Mountain Resort, Shanty Creek, Swiss Valley Ski Area
MINNESOTA — Lutsen Mountains, Spirit Mountain, Powder Ridge Winter Recreation, Detroit Mountain, Buck Hill
SOUTH DAKOTA — Terry Peak Ski Area
WISCONSIN — Granite Peak, Little Switzerland, Nordic Mountain, Trollhaugen, Tyrol Basin, The Rock Snowpark
CONNECTICUT — Mohawk Mountain Ski Area
MASSACHUSETTS — Berkshire East Mountain Resort, Catamount Mountain Resort*
MAINE — Saddleback Mountain
NEW HAMPSHIRE — Cannon Mountain, Pats Peak, Black Mountain, Waterville Valley
NEW YORK — Catamount Mountain Resort*, Greek Peak Mountain Resort, Swain Resort, Snow Ridge Ski Resort, Titus Mountain, West Mountain
NORTH CAROLINA — Cataloochee Ski Area
PENNSYLVANIA — Blue Knob Resort, Montage Mountain, Shawnee Mountain
TENNESSEE — Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area
VERMONT — Bolton Valley Resort, Magic Mountain, Suicide Six, Jay Peak Resort
VIRGINIA — Bryce Resort, Massanutten Resort
WEST VIRGINIA — Canaan Valley Ski Resort, Winterplace Ski Resort
*Catamount straddles NY/MA border
Okunakayama Kogen – Ninohe District, Iwate
Geto Kogen – Kitakami, Iwate
Shimokura/Pandora – Hachimantai, Iwate
Tazawako – Semboku, Akita