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Mt. Hood Meadows joins the Indy Pass family of independent resorts

The Indy Pass is proud to announce that Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon is joining its coalition of independent resorts for the 22/23 season. Mt. Hood Meadows is one of the largest independently owned and operated resorts in the US and features 2,150 acres, 11 lifts, 85 named runs, and 430″ of annual snowfall. It welcomes more skier visits than any other Indy resort partner. 

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Indy Pass Adds 5 New Resorts, Launches XC Pass

Indy Pass just added five new resorts, including two cross country (XC) and three alpine resorts! That brings our total # of resorts to 90! Indy Pass offers two days at each of our 82 alpine resorts as well as two days at each of our nine (and growing) cross country resorts. Waterville Valley offers… Read more »

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Indy Pass Breaks into Colorado with Sunlight Mountain

We’re proud to announce the first resort in Colorado to join the Indy Pass is Sunlight Mountain Resort coming aboard immediately through next season with no blackout dates. Sunlight Mountain Resort is located in the heart of Colorado ski country tucked between Vail and Aspen. At Sunlight, you’ll park for free, walk to the lifts,… Read more »

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Don’t-miss Mountain: Catamount Ski Resort

Written by Natalie Akers At my elementary school, entering third grade unlocked a rite of passage; We were finally old enough for the after school ski program. Each Thursday at 3pm, we loaded our gear onto the school bus and drove 45-minutes across the NY-MA border for the unmatched experience of night skiing at Catamount… Read more »

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#LoveYourLifty Launches to Support Resort Staff

As COVID continues to present unprecedented staffing challenges, ski resort staff are stretched to the limit. Ski area workers across all departments are working tirelessly to keep the lifts spinning, keep us safe, and keep us fed. They deserve our support, high fives, and thanks for doing what they can to keep ski areas open,… Read more »

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Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort Guide Top 3 Reasons to Visit

Ski Capital of the Midwest Michigan isn’t exactly recognized as the ‘mecca for snowsports’, but it’s darn close thanks to a collection of hidden gem ski resorts that will make any snowsport lover’s mouth water. Ranked #2 in ski resorts per state, Michigan doesn’t make it easy deciding which resort to visit first. Let’s start… Read more »

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The Best Tracking App – Slopes

Indy Pass X Slopes TAKE YOUR SNOW DAYS TO THE NEXT LEVEL We tested nearly every tracking app on the market and concluded that Slopes is the easiest to use, has the coolest technology, won’t drain your battery, and delivers great data every time. We are proud to welcome them as an Indy Pass partner… Read more »

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Early Bird Pricing Ends August 31, 2021!

Winter is going to be here before you know it, and we have over 70+ independent resorts just waiting to be explored. Make sure you purchase your Indy Pass by August 31, 2021, for the lowest price of the year.

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Ski Deep in the Cascades: White Pass, Washington

Written by Natalie Akers If you have a healthy appetite for storm skiing; a habit of lapping the steep, short and sweet trails; and an inexplicable love for old school double chairs without the bar…you’ve already skied White Pass. Or you “should,” which was the review I continued to hear from my trusted Washingtonian ski… Read more »

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Hoodoo Mountain: Steeper, Deeper, Cheaper

Written by Natalie Akers “Steeper, Deeper, Cheaper.” The bumper sticker outside of Eugene, Oregon’s Whiteaker International Hostel caught my attention. It was in good company next to a “Ski the East” patch on a Volvo Wagon older than its driver. My first encounter with Hoodoo Ski Area. It’s raining and March in Oregon’s misty Willamette… Read more »

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Lost Trail: Montana’s Old School Powder Guarantee

Written by Natalie Akers Imagine a mountain that guarantees a powder day. Every Thursday. That’s not a stretch for locals at Lost Trail Ski Area, even in the 20-21 season when almost nothing is predictable. I’d been hearing about their legendary tradition since I crossed the South Dakota border. Everyone from industry pros at Red… Read more »

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Red Lodge Mountain: The End of the Road, 7 Months a Year

Written by Natalie Akers Over 37” of snow graced mystical Red Lodge Mountain between October 17 and November 17, 2020. Last year, October saw almost 80”. That’s in line with the unique storm cycles that locals are hardened to at Montana’s eastern-most ski area. Sales and Marketing Manager, Kelsey Borge, described Red Lodge’s snowfall patterns… Read more »

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