Ikon Pass Announces 2021-22 Pricing – On Sale 3/11
What You Need To Know
Believe it or not, it’s already time to start thinking about next winter, and the Ikon Pass has released its plans for the 2021-22 season. We’ve got the highlights below.
The Ikon Pass Nitty Gritty Details
The top-tier Ikon Pass remains $999 ($899 to renew), which gives you you the most access and no blackout dates at 44 unique destinations worldwide.
The Ikon Base Pass is now available from $699 to $729 ($649 to renew), which unlocks 42 destinations worldwide with limited blackout dates.
The Ikon Session Pass 4-Day will be back as well, offering four total days at 37 destinations. As of now, there is no renewal discount for the Session Pass 4-Day.
Passes go on sale Thursday, March 11, and the best prices will be available until 5/4/2021. Monthly payment plans are also available.
Tell Me About The Resort Lineup
There aren’t any major resort changes as of now. But there is one important note:
Crystal Mountain in Washington state will no longer be unlimited on the Ikon Base Pass. Instead, Base Pass holders will receive five blackout-restricted days at Crystal Mountain.
And once again, both Aspen Snowmass and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will come at a special add-on option for an additional $150, on top of the Base Pass price. Those two resorts will remain seven-day partners for skiing and riding on the top-tier Ikon Pass.
Also, if you are new to the Ikon family, you can start using next year’s season pass this year at select resorts. That means bonus spring skiing shred included in next year’s pass.
Be sure to check out the Ikon Pass website for more details on this and everything else you need to know about next season’s pass options.