The #indyrevolution is sweeping the nation, and the proof is in the pass sales, so to say.
The Indy Pass, the best deal in skiing, announced yesterday afternoon that they’ve shattered their previous record for year-to-date pass sales:
“The Indy Pass announced today that year-to-date pass sales are smashing previous records and suggest that post-pandemic interest in independent resorts continues to climb. Revenue through September 14 is up 67%, and units sold are up 52% over the 2021/22 season.”
Indy Pass founder Doug Fish has said that the company has already matched last year’s total revenue, and there’s still six months left of pass sales.
Much of the increased interest can be attributed to the 40 new resorts that have joined since the end of last season.
New partners like Mt. Hood Meadows, OR, Mountain High, CA, and Nubs Nob, MI are bringing people people to the pass en masse.
^Credit: Mountain High/Indy Pass Media Kit
For those of you that might not be familiar- Indy passholders get two days of skiing or riding at each partner resort.
Indy currently has 97 downhill resort partners across The United States, Canada, and Japan, 14 cross country resorts, and 10 allied resorts where passholders get discounted lift tickets.
The Indy Pass is essentially the counter-culture to mega-passes that charge a ton of money for “unlimited” access to mega-resorts.
Instead of paying over $1,000 for an ‘epic’ time, you can buy an Indy Pass for just $329 and explore a plethora of indie ski areas where the soul of skiing can still be found.
You tell me which of those passes you would prefer… 😉
Welcome to all of the new Indy Passholders!
I can’t wait to see all of you out on the mountains of the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and American West this season!
Featured & Header Image Credit: Mt. Hood Meadows/Indy Pass Media Kit