Ikon Passes on Sale Now

Access some of the most iconic mountains in the world with your Ikon Pass.

The Ikon Passes are now on sale and it is the perfect excuse to shred, apres and explore some of the most iconic ski destinations on offer. Now with over 41 destinations, 988 feet of snow, 614 lifts and 4,010 trails around the world, it is easy to find your ideal mountain adventure filled with fresh groomers, backcountry action, off-mountain entertainment, après ski and plenty of powder.

Lock in your Ikon Pass by the 27 May 2020 to receive early bird pricing

Needing inspiration for your next winter getaway? Check out our recommended itineraries below! 

Overview

The Ikon Pass has landed in the Southern Hemisphere. Make your Ikon Pass go further with up to 3 seasons worth of skiing with one single Ikon Pass.  The new 2020/21 Ikon Passes now give you the chance to ski in the Southern Hemisphere. Why not head to Thredbo, Mt Buller, The Remarkables, Coronet Peak or Mt Hutt this coming winter then across to the Northern Hemisphere winter for unlimited days on the slopes before returning to explore another Southern Hemisphere ski resort in 2021.

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Ikon Pass Pricing

Ikon Pass

Get the most access and no blackout dates at 41 unique destinations worldwide.

Adult from $1,549pp
Young Adult from $1,146pp, Child from $324pp, 4 & Under from $324pp, Student from $1,099pp

Ikon Base Pass

Unlock 39 unique destinations worldwide, with limited blackout dates.

Adult from $1,084pp
Young Adult from $836pp, Child from $262pp, 4 & Under from $262pp,  Student from $820pp

Ikon Session Pass

Lock in a four-day pass now and choose from select destinations.

Adult from $619pp
Young Adult from $526pp, Child from $386pp,4 & Under from $386pp, Student from $526pp

Colorado Winter Road Trip Itinerary

Stop 1 – Arapahoe Basin

With a long season, distinguished terrain and outstanding views this is the perfect place to start your ski holiday. While your legs are fresh, why not hike to the top before skiing down one of the steep chutes. Give your legs a break and fuel up at the highest lift-served restaurant in North America ‘Il Rifugio’. From soups to paninis and charcuterie plates, there is something for everyone to devour before getting back on to tack steep glades and Arapahoe’s newest terrain offering deep snow and tree runs. Finish the day with a Bacon Bloody Mary, the award-winning drink that is the perfect way to celebrate the day on the slopes before packing your bags and heading onto the next destination.

Stop 2 – Copper Mountain

Start the day by carving down the professional-grade terrain that is part of the US Ski Team Speed Center, the only full-length downhill course that is open in November and December. In the afternoon why not refuel with a burger and beer at the T-Rex Grill. With loads of afternoon sun, this is the perfect place to be on a sunny day. If the snow is falling, make sure to hop on Copper’s free snowcat taking you to Tucker Mountain. From here take the short 10-minute trek to Fremont Glades where stashes away for days after a storm. In the evening take a quick trip down the Rocky Mountian Coaster descending 430 vertical feet.

Stop 3 – Aspen Snowmass

With four mountains of terrain, you will have plenty to see and do. Head to Aspen Highland’s crown jewel – Highland Bowl on a free snowcat at the top of Loge Peak Chairlift. On a powder day at Aspen Mountain make sure to take some turns on Walsh’s, Bell Mountain and the well-named Dumps run. Aspen’s motto of Apre’s like you mean it shouldn’t be ignored. Treat yourself to the legendary truffle fries at the Ajax Tavern located at the base of Aspen Mountain. Looking for a nice glass of bubbles look no further than Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro at Aspen Highlands. Afterwards, take the Breathtaker alpine coaster for a spin or snap a selfie with the iconic Maroon Bells. The evening is time to shop, pick yourself up some Aspen-lead logowear at Aspen Shop before taking a stroll through the Peter Lik Gallery and Royal Street Fine Art.

Stop 4 -Steamboat

Head straight for the Champagne Powder® on Steamboats snowiest runs, Ted’s Ridge and Buddy’s Run, if you are feeling up to it hike to the top of Mt Werner or take it easy on perfectly groomed runs like the Longhorn and Vagabond. At 1 pm make sure to head over to Heavenly Daze to ski with Olympic legend Billy Kidd, the first American male to win an Olympic medal in alpine skiing. He doesn’t ski every day, so make sure to check the sign at the top of the gondola to see if he’ll be on the mountain that day. Continue carving it up on the Champagne Powder® and then treat yourself to doughnuts and hot chocolate served daily at 3 pm. After a day on the slopes grab yourself a Bloody Mary – each bar has its unique concoction before soothing you tired muscles in the natural Strawberry Park Hot Springs.

Stop 5 – Winter Park

As one of Colorado’s top adventure towns for iconic runs and extreme terrain make sure to hit Topher’s Trees and Topher’s Treehouse two of Winter Parks best-kept secrets. If the snow is dumping, there is no better run than Belle Fourche to satisfy your powder cravings. In the afternoon if you want more time on the slopes head over to Mary Jane territory to take on the bumps or enjoy the tree skiing and blue runs. If you want a bite to eat head up to Lunch Rock and take in the surreal views or find the new pop up craft beer lounge Alpine and Ales. In the evening take a gondola to Sunspot Mountaintop Lodge for live music and try Winter Park’s namesake craft beer – Mary Jane Ale.

Stop 6 – Eldora

Eldora Mountain Resort provides sweeping views, plenty of glades with deep tracks in a subalpine forest including Jolly Jug Glades, Gully Glades and Salto Glades before trying the exhilarating leg burner run Muleshoe. Make sure to sip on a signature Eldora Bacon Bloody Mary at Timbers Tap House then head over to the Rustic Taco to devour a smoked chicken, pulled pork or grill bison brisket tacos.

Canadian Rockies Winter Adventure Itinerary

Stop 1 – Mt Norquay 

Only an hour and half west of Calgary airport is SkiBig3 and your first stop Mt Norquay. This local gem is known for its outstanding terrain perfect for all ski levels. Ease into the day with a ride down Constellation, an open green perfect for practising those turns and warming up your legs. If you are up for more of a challenge in the morning head to the Mystic Express to hit plenty of blues and tree packed blacks. When you are ready for a break head to Cliffhouse Bistro located at the top of the North American Chair. This historic building is carved into the rocks and offers stunning views of Mt Rundle and the town of Banff. Once you have refuelled head down the steep slopes of Norquay Gully or Boundary Bowl for a leg burning ride to the bottom. After a day up the mountain relieve your thirst with a pint of the spicy, fruity Monquay 92 Cranberry Orange Saison, Banff Ave Brewing Co. created this French-Belgian style drink for the skiers and riders of Mt Norquay. If you still have some energy to burn head back up the hill for a spot of night skiing.

Stop 2 – Banff Sunshine

Boasting over 3,300 acres of skiable terrain across three mountains there is plenty to explore, make sure you power up for the day with a hearty breakfast at Creekside Bar & Grill in the village then head up Strawberry Express to hit a few greens and blues. If it’s snowing be sure to head down Dell Valley the ideal place to practice powder turns. After you have a few runs under your belt head to Mad Tapper’s Smokehouse in the Old Sunshine Lodge, here, you can warm up and fill your belly with pulled port sandwiches, deep-fried pickles or poutine. If you are looking for a challenge after lunch, then head to Goat’s Eye Mountain to try the South Side Chutes, starting above the tree line and providing ridiculously steep lines before twisting into the trees. Toast the brilliant day you have just had with a glass of wine or pint of beer at the Lookout Lounge & Bar, located on the third floor of the Day lodge in Sunshine Village, then soak your sore muscles in the steamy mineral water at Banff Upper Hot Springs.

Stop 3 – Lake Louise

As one of the largest ski resorts in North America, Lake Louise features over 4,200 acres across four peaks, before hitting the massive amounts of terrain wake up with a mug of coffee and muffin from The Slopeside Coffee Bar. If you are a first-timer at Lake Louise make sure you try the iconic Saddleback accessed via the “Top of the World”, this sweeping blue run offers skiers and riders an unblemished mountain landscape. Stick to the greens or blues or head off into the steeper chutes and wide-open powder bowls. When you are ready, take a break on the backside of the mountain at Temple Lodge. There is a cafeteria for those looking for a quick bite to eat or take a seat at Rustic Sawyer’s Nook serving gourmet sandwiches and a variety of pizzas. If the snowflakes are falling, make sure to head over to the Rock Garden, this powder bowl is surrounded by trees and offers playfully soft powder pillows to jump and carve.

Option 1 – Revelstoke 

Head three and a half hours east and end up in Revelstoke, home to some of Canada’s most extreme terrain and North America’s longest vertical drop. In the afternoon put your gear on and head up the mountain making sure you hit the Stoke Chair for access to world renowned powder glades and views of the Columbia River, Selkirk and Monashee Mountain ranges perfect for those legendary selfie opportunities. Hike to the top of Sub Peak and ride down the iconic Kill the Banker for steep fall line skiing. Finish the day in North Bowl for endless fresh line alpine skiing. In the evening enjoy a pint at Mt Begbie Brewery while discussing the following day’s snow report.

Option 2 – CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures

If you managed to secure your heli-skiing spot when with the Ikon Pass’s early booking benefits you can end your Canadian Rockies adventure by skiing or riding bucket list-worthy terrain. CMH offers a variety of trips for all ski levels and group sizes from 3 days to 7+ days. From the Bugaboos Helipad, you will be whisked away to the Bugaboos Lodge via helicopter. After lunch at the lodge gear up and get ready to take this once in a lifetime opportunity to take your first turns in untouched powder on acres upon acres of backcountry terrain. More than three million acres of terrain is available at CMH’s twelve luxury lodges, so the variety of the terrain is sure to delight. After what is an unforgettable day head back to the lodge to immerse yourself in one of the best mountain views on the planet and where better to do this than in a rooftop hot tub. Indulge in the steam room, or sauna then treat yourself to a nightcap by the cosy fireplace.

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