New England skiers have a wide variety of pass options.
Tuesday, March 3, 2020, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Alterra and Vail have announced their 2020-21 pass offerings, integrating their recently acquired resorts. With the COVID-19 coronavirus threatening tourism and air travel, it is not known what the impact will be on advance multi-area pass sales.
Alterra's Ikon Pass now has an unlimited Sugarbush option, while access to Aspen and Jackson Hole has been restricted. The Ikon Base Pass starts at $649 for those renewing. New England areas on the pass are Killington, Loon, Pico, Stratton, Sugarbush, Sugarloaf, and Sunday River.
Vail's Epic Pass has incorporated Peak Resorts, which it acquired in 2019. The Epic Local Pass starts at $729, while a new Northeast Value Pass has been introduced at $599. New England areas on the pass are Attitash, Crotched, Okemo, Mt. Snow, Stowe, Mt. Sunapee, and Wildcat.
The Indy Pass is expected to go on sale on September 1, offering 2 tickets to each of the areas. 2019-20 New England areas were Mt. Abram, Berkshire East, Black NH, Bolton Valley, Catamount, Magic, Mohawk, Pats Peak, and Suicide Six.