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The Indy Pass Has Added Hill And Days


The Indy Pass, a mega pass with only independently-owned ski resorts has now upped the ante just a tad by adding more hills, which in turn, adds more days. The best part is that the price didn't go up.

Released this past August, the Indy Pass came out of nowhere as an alternative to the high end mega passes that, though not bad in price and number of hills, those hills are all very big, high-end resorts that are owned and operated by the big ski corporations. The Indy Pass is all about giving access to the smaller mountains that, despite their size, can stack up against the big mountains in the amount of terrain and snow.

During that August debut, the Indy Pass gave those who purchased one access to 2 days at 34 ski resorts across North America all for $199. Not a bad price at all, which included one more lift ticket at each hill, after one's days were used, for 25% off.

The price is the same, but the hills have changed. The Indy Pass announced that there are now 44 mountain resorts accessible, making for 88 total days of skiing for the same $199, including all of the other benefits of the mountain. The added mountains, though mostly in the east and midwest, still stretch across the country and are as follows:

  • Sunrise Park, AZ
  • Mohawk Mountain, CT
  • Caberfae Peaks, MI
  • Shanty Creek Resort, MI
  • Swiss Valley, MI
  • Cannonsburg, MI
  • Powder Ridge, MN
  • Terry Peak, SD
  • Shawnee Mountain, PA
  • Ober Gatlinburg, TN

More hills, fewer crowds, and a great price make this pass more than tempting for anyone who enjoys skiing and riding. For more information about the mountains that are included with the Indy Pass and to purchase one for yourself, head to their website, which is linked below.

Indy Pass: 44 RESORTS ❄️ 88 DAYS ❄️ $199

JOIN THE INDY REVOLUTION Indy Pass resorts are independently owned and offer an authentic, uncrowded mountain experience. Where the powder isn't tracked out by 10am and kids are comfortable riding on their own. Where ski area owners work alongside frontline staff to provide a welcoming environment for beginners and experts alike.

Photo Credit: Indy Pass

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