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One multi-resort season pass is still on sale, but not for much longer

Posted at 9:30 AM, Dec 11, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-11 12:47:40-05
Winter Park Mary Jane Terrain
Winter Park Mary Jane terrain captured by Meteorologist Sam Schreier

FRASER – Now that sales have closed for the Epic Pass, the Ikon pass is the only multi-resort pass available for purchase. Sales for the Ikon pass close Thursday.

The deadline looms days after three of the resorts in the Rockies offered on the Ikon pass were listed in USA Today’s list of top ten ski resorts in North America.

That list includes a total of seven resorts available on the Ikon Pass, including three destinations within a four-hour drive of Colorado Springs.

USA Today readers listed Winter Park as the best resort in North America, Copper Mountain as the fifth best resort on the continent and Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico as the ninth best.

Telluride, a resort available to Epic Pass holders this year, was ranked tenth on that list.

Current pricing for one adult Ikon pass is listed at $1049 dollars. The cheaper option, the Ikon Base pass, currently sits at $749. The Base Pass offers unlimited skiing with no blackout dates to Winter Park, Copper Mountain and Eldora. Skiers and snowboarders have limited access with blackouts to Steamboat and Aspen Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, Aspen Mountain and Buttermilk.

CLICK HERE for more information about the Ikon Pass. If you’re already planning for next year, click here for information about the Epic Pass, which has access to at least six Colorado resorts.