ONE PASS. 43 ICONIC DESTINATIONS.
The all new Ikon Pass gives you access to the most iconic mountains on the planet. Join this amazing community and make memories that will last you a lifetime.
If you plan to ski or ride Taos more than five days a season (depending on the pass type) a Taos Season Pass is still the best deal for you. Taos Season Passholders also enjoy Buddy Passes (50% off lift tickets) and Exchange Days at Copper Mountain and Arapahoe Basin, along with many Universal Pass Perks.
20/21 IKON PASS
- Unlimited skiing and riding at 15 Destinations
- Up to 7 days at each of the 27 Destinations
- No blackout days
- Adult Ikon Pass: $999
- Young Adult Ikon Pass (ages 13-22): $739
- Child Ikon Pass (ages 5-12): $309
- 4 and Under (ages 0-4): $209
IKON BASE PASS
- Unlimited skiing and riding at 14 Destinations
- Up to 5 days at 26 Destinations
- Adult Ikon Base Pass: $699
- Young Adult Ikon Base Pass: $539
- Child Ikon Pass (ages 5-12): $269
- 4 and Under (ages 0-4): $169
Ikon Pass comes with 10 Friends and Family tickets and the Ikon Base Pass comes with 8 Friends and Family tickets (with holiday restrictions) for 25% off of the window rate at all Ikon Pass or Ikon Base Pass destinations.
Friends and Family tickets may not be used by the pass holder for additional days on an Ikon Pass or Ikon Base Pass.
|Winter Park Resort|
|Arapahoe Basin Ski Area|
|Eldora Mountain Resort|
|Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows|
|Big Bear Mountain Resort|
|Jackson Hole Mountain Resort|
|Big Sky Resort|
|Killington - Pico|
|Revelstoke Mountain Resort|
|Taos Ski Valley|
|Deer Valley Resort|
|Solitude Mountain Resort|
|Alta Ski Area|
|CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Activities|
Does Alterra Mountain Company now own Taos Ski Valley?
No, Taos Ski Valley remains committed to its independent spirit and is excited to be able to be included as a partner on the Ikon Pass.
Is Taos Ski Valley still a part of the Mountain Collective Pass?
Yes, Mountain Collective passholders can still ski and ride Taos for the 2020/21 season.
Do I have to use my Ikon Pass days consecutively?
No, you do not have to use your days consecutively
If I want to transfer days from one destination to another, is that allowed?
That is not allowed. If you plan to ski or ride for 8 days at a destination where your Ikon Pass is limited to 7 days, you can use your Ikon Pass for the first 7 days but then you must purchase a lift ticket for the 8th day.