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Snowbasin is parting ways with Vail’s Epic Pass. Here’s her new plan.

Meanwhile, Alta breaks away from Snowbird and, along with Deer Valley, will only be available on Ikons Full Pass and Base Pass Plus

(Snowbasin) After two seasons as part of Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass, Snowbasin Resort near Ogden will partner with Alterra Mountain Company to be part of Ikon Pass for the 2022-23 ski and snowboard season.

The Snowbasin Resort has switched allegiances.

The ski resort near Ogden will be merging with Ikon Pass for the 2022-23 season, it announced Thursday. This news comes after the independent resort has spent the past two seasons Partnering with Vail Resorts Epic Pass.

Snowbasin’s sister resort in Idaho, Sun Valley, will also make the switch. The length of the contract and other terms of the agreement are private, according to a Snowbasin spokesman.

“We are excited to launch a new partnership program for the 2022-23 season,” said Bruce Fery, CEO of Grand America Hotels & Resorts, the parent company of both resorts, in a press release. “As we continue our legacy as two of America’s premier independently owned and operated ski resorts, we look forward to welcoming Ikon Pass and Mountain Collective Pass holders and providing them with the legendary experience Sun Valley and Snowbasin are known.”

Both resorts ranked in the top 10 of the The annual reader survey of Ski Magazin. Snowbasin came in at #8, while Sun Valley was #1 for the second year in a row.

The maximum number of unrestricted days included at both resorts is seven for full Ikon Pass holders. The Ikon Base Pass Plus includes five days of restricted access. Regular Ikon Base Pass holders will not be granted automatic access.

Everyone who purchases a Snowbasin Premier Platinum Pass – a new offering this season – also gets an Ikon Base Pass. This pass allows limited access to more than 40 resorts around the world, including Utah’s Solitude and Snowbird.

alta ski lifts, Previously combined with Snowbird to allow limited days for Ikon Base Pass holders, it is now only accessible to Base Pass Plus and full Ikon Pass holders. Although owned by the Alterra Mountain Company, Deer Valley Resort is excluded from the entry-level Ikon Base Pass, along with Aspen Snowmass in Colorado, Jackson Hole in Wyoming and Sun Valley.

Snowbasin’s Premier Platinum Pass now costs $1,499 for an adult (27-64 years old), compared to $1,049 without the Ikon Base Pass add-on. For a young adult, the prices are $1,149 and $749. Platinum Pass holders will also have access to Snowbasin for the remainder of the 2021-22 season once their pass is paid for in full.

Snowbasin and Sun Valley will also be there Mountain Collective Pass program, which features two days at each resort in the collective with no blackout dates. Last season, the 23 resorts included Alta and Snowbird.

the Pre-season prices for an adult Ikon Pass is $1,079 ($979 for renewals). A basic adult pass costs $769 and upgrading to the basic pass plus costs $200 more. Pass sales begin Thursday, March 10th.

lonliness, which is owned by Alterra, will also begin selling its resort-specific passes on March 10, it announced Thursday. These include the Solitude-only midweek pass ($399), which allows access Monday through Thursday with some holiday closures, as well as the young adult (13-22, $459) and child (5-50) passes 12 years, $239).

“Utah’s resident skiers and drivers are the core community and beating heart of Solitude,” said the resort’s President and COO Amber Broadaway in a press release. “Our youth teams are showing us the future of skiing and snowboarding, and for locals with the flexibility to visit them on off-peak days, we’re excited to offer a very affordable option. We’re excited to welcome our community to rediscover the classic Solitude experience with our revamped Midweek Pass.

“As a proud opening destination at the Ikon Pass, we look forward to the 22nd/23rd. and welcome skiers and riders from across Utah and beyond, however they choose to access Solitude,” said Broadaway.

Alta’s passports are expected to go on sale in May. Utah’s other resorts have not yet announced their pricing or details for the 2022-23 season pass.

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Jessica MacLeish

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