Today, the lineup for the 2024-25 Ikon Pass was announced. There are variety of new benefits that come with next season’s pass, but many were wondering how many days would be available at Arapahoe Basin due to the Colorado ski resort being acquired by Alterra in February. For now, Alterra is sticking with the status quo.

It was announced today that Arapahoe Basin will remain at seven days for Ikon Passholders for the 2024-25 season. For the Ikon Base Pass, it will remain at five days. In addition, Arapahoe Basin still plans on selling their own season passes and will remain on the Mountain Collective pass for the 2024-25 season.

This isn’t a complete surprise, as it should be noted that the acquisition has not been finalized. In addition, not all Alterra properties (i.e. Deer Valley) have unlimited access. In terms of when the deal is finalized, since Arapahoe Basin had crowding issues when they were unlimited on the Epic Pass, so I would predict that they would stay at seven days on Ikon.

Perhaps the biggest surprise is that Crystal Mountain is returning to unlimited days for the 2024-25 season. According to the Seattle Times, their new crowding mitigation strategy involves a revised parking reservation system. The Ikon Base Pass will keep Crystal at five days, and the Crystal-only season pass is being eliminated entirely.

Ikon Passes go on sale March 14th. For more information, click here to learn more about the 2024-25 Ikon Pass.

Image Credits: Arapahoe Basin

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