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Indy Pass Adds Two More! - One In NY And One In WY

The Indy Pass is adding even more hills to its lineup. With the addition of Snow Ridge in Upstate New York and Antelope Butte in Wyoming, pass holders now have 59 hills from across the U.S. and Canada to choose from.

Snow Ridge sits just north of I-90 near Rome and Utica. This puts that ski hill right up there near Lake Ontario, making it the perfect target for some of the lake effect snow that area is known for. They get to see an average of 230 inches a year.

Some of the Lake Ontario lake effect snow in action - Snow Ridge, NY

“We’re thrilled to be joining the Indy Revolution," said Snow Ridge GM Nick Mir. "We made some huge improvements at the resort this summer, including the addition of four new glades that will be very popular during our frequent Tug Hill, lake-effect storms.”


Antelope Butte is a true feel-good story for the ski industry in this era of corporate consolidation. Over the past four years, the local community has come together and resurrected the resort with lift-served skiing after being shuttered for 15 years.

Chairs covered in powder. Isn't that a sight? - Antelope Butte, WY

"We are very excited to be a part of the Indy Pass this season! We love the roads less traveled and the sense of discovery accompanied with finding a new gem," said Antelope Butte Foundation executive director John Kirlin. "This is the heart of our mountain and we are always excited to meet new adventurers willing to share their stories with us the old fashion way!"

The Indy Pass is making some serious waves in the world of multi-mountain pass products, now offering more mountain choices across the continent than any other multi-mountain pass. This also comes at one of the best price points in the industry, which currently still starts at $199 for the season. Act fast, though. The price will increase to $229 on November 30th. That's still a great deal, but why not get in now while it's at the best price of the season?

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