The Ikon Pass, renowned for opening doors to some of the world’s most iconic ski destinations, announced the addition of St. Moritz, Switzerland, to its already impressive lineup for the winter 24/25 season. This inclusion not only enriches the Ikon Pass community but also extends the pass’s reach within Switzerland, standing alongside Zermatt to offer a total of six European destinations.

St. Moritz, set in the breathtaking upper Engadin Valley, is a jewel in the crown of the Swiss Alps, famed for its historic winter sports heritage that dates back to the iconic 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics and five FIS Ski World Championships. Ikon Pass holders are now invited to explore this destination, with access to nine ski areas including the renowned Corviglia, Corvatsch, and Diavolezza, among others. This expansion brings the total number of global destinations offered by the Ikon Pass to 59, including select North American destinations available for spring skiing.

“We are thrilled to offer more of Switzerland as we welcome St. Moritz and invite the Ikon Pass community to discover all that these incredible nine areas within St Moritz have to offer,” said Erik Forsell, Chief Marketing Officer, Alterra Mountain Company. “Between the picturesque slopes to the incredible food to the Swiss alpine culture, St. Moritz is the new destination to add to your bucket list.”

For the upcoming 24/25 season, Ikon Pass holders will enjoy seven days of combined access to St. Moritz’s nine areas with no blackout dates. The Ikon Base Plus Pass and Ikon Base Pass holders will have five days of combined access, also without any blackout dates. Notably, St. Moritz will not be available on the Ikon Session Pass.

Thomas Rechberger, representing Engadin St. Moritz Mountain Pool’s Business Development, shared the community’s enthusiasm for joining the Ikon Pass network. He emphasized St. Moritz’s iconic status as the birthplace of winter tourism and its eagerness to welcome Ikon Pass holders to its special place in the Alps.

The Ikon Pass connects skiers and riders with 59 destinations across five continents, 11 countries, and numerous states and provinces. This vast network includes a remarkable 265,684 acres of skiable terrain, over 7,351 trails, and 1,629 lifts, promising endless winter adventures for enthusiasts around the globe.

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