COLORADO, United States – The Indy Pass has grown rapidly since it first launched in 2019, aiming to reach two days of access at over 200+ Alpine and Nordic resorts around the world by December of 2024. The expansion means access to yet another resort in Colorado, Powderhorn Mountain Resort in Mesa, bringing the state’s number up to five.

Colorado’s other Indy Pass mountains include Steamboat Springs’ Howelsen Hill, Granby Ranch, Echo Mountain in Idaho Springs, and Sunlight Mountain Resort in Glenwood Springs. All together, the Indy Pass gives access to ten days worth of skiing throughout the state.

Located along the northern rim of Colorado’s Grand Mesa, Powderhorn Mountain Resort is home to 1,600 acres of skiable terrain over 54 trails. On average, the resort gets 250 inches of snowfall annually.

While both the Epic and the Ikon Pass sit around or above $1,000 for their most feature heavy options, the full featured, Indy+ Pass (with no blackout dates) is just $469 for first time buyers (adults) this year. The Indy Base Pass is just $350 for adults, and, if you already hold a season pass to one of the Indy Pass’ partners, you can get the add-on for just $269 (with blackout dates).

With the five resorts spread across the state of Colorado, I’d argue that the Indy Pass is perfect for a Colorado ski roadtrip. Pack up your car or van and hit the road, explore Colorado through it’s awesome independent mountains (I might actually have to make that happen for myself next year…).

Make the switch to Indy, or add it on top of your other pass to supercharge your winter. Get it now for $349 Adult / $199 Child. Don’t wait—limited quantities are available.

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Image Credit: Powderhorn Resort via Facebook

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