Skiers watch fireworks at Middlebury Snowbowl, VT. Credit: Indy Pass via Facebook

GRANBY, Colorado – The Indy Pass will go back on sale to the public tomorrow, July 4, remaining available as long as supplies last. While the pass initially sold out mid-winter, the addition of 10 new resorts has allowed for an increase in stock. Indy Pass limits sales with the goal of preserving the independent nature of their partner mountains.

The addition included four resorts in New England, four in Japan, one in the South East, and one in Nova Scotia. The Indy Pass will provide two days to each of those ten resorts, plus two days at over 200 around the world. The added ten are as follows:

  • Anihari Ski Resort, Japan
  • Camden Snow Bowl, ME
  • Cape Smokey, NS
  • Hatley Pointe, NC
  • Maiko Snow Resort, Japan
  • Middlebury Snowbowl, VT
  • Mt. Abram, ME
  • Nayoro Piyashiri Ski Resort, Japan
  • Palcall Tsumagoi Resort, Japan
  • Ragged Mountain, NH

We are excited to become part of the Indy family for the 24-25 season. This opportunity will give the Indy Pass holders exposure to the community vibe, which makes Ragged Mountain so special in New Hampshire.” Erik Barnes, Ragged Mountain GM.

Big White Ski Resort in BC. Credit: Indy Pass via Facebook

Indy Pass limits sales based on the number of mountains they currently have on their roster, aiming to preserve the independent, less-crowded nature of their partner resorts. With this newest expansion, Indy Pass is able to release a limited number of additional passes while staying true to their philosophy, so if you or a friend don’t yet have the 24/25 Indy Pass, this is the time to secure one.

Waitlist members were able to purchase the pass beginning on July 1, while AddOn passes were made available for 25% to partner pass holders on July 3. General public sales begin tomorrow, July 4, with Independence Day sale prices. The Indy Base Pass starts at $379 for adults and $209 for kids 12 and under. The Indy+ Pass, which includes no blackouts, will cost $499 for adults and $269 for children.

Passholders may request a refund before December 1, 2024, if the number of Indy Pass resort partners is less than 200 by November 15, 2024. A passholder can also request a refund for an unused pass by  December 1, 2024, if their favorite resort from the 23/24 season does not renew for 24/25.

Mt. Hood Meadows. Credit: Indy Pass via Facebook

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