Snowbasin and Sun Valley leave Epic Pass for Ikon and Mountain Collective

PARK CITY, Utah — Sun Valley and Snowbasin Resorts revealed the details of their 2022-23 season passes this morning, highlighted by a partnership deal with both the Ikon Pass and Mountain Collective. With the addition of these Resorts to these multi-mountain passes, both Sun Valley and Snowbasin will leave the Vail’s Epic Pass concluding a three-year deal.

Mountain Collective Pass Holders will receive two days of unrestricted access at both Sun Valley and Snowbasin with an additional 50 percent off day window tickets for pass holders after using their initial two days.

The Mountain Collective pass will go on sale for $539 for adults, $439 for ages 13-to-18-year-olds and $149 for children under 12. Current pass holders will receive a renewal offer discount on March 3, and the passes will go on sale March 15.

“We could not be happier to welcome Sun Valley and Snowbasin back to the Mountain Collective family,” Todd Burnette, Mountain Collective product director said. “Adding these two incredible resorts to our roster of 22 independent bucket list destinations further solidifies the Mountain Collective Pass as a great option for discerning skiers and riders around the world.”

Upon joining the Ikon pass, the two resorts will offer seven no-blackout days on the full pass. Neither will be available on the Ikon Base or Ikon Session Pass holders, but will join Aspen and Jackson Hole on the Base Plus Pass with five holiday-restricted days at each mountain. Additionally, Anyone who buys a Snowbasin Premier Platinum pass will also receive an Ikon Base Pass.

The Ikon Session Pass offers two, three or four day options, ranging from $249 to $419 while the Ikon Base Pass retails at $769 with a discounted price of $719 for renewing members. Individuals can also purchase the full Ikon pass for $1,079 with a discounted price of $979 for renewing members. Passes go on sale March 10.

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

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