Indy Pass Partners
The Indy Pass is proud to be supported by these fine companies who believe in our mission to promote the joy of skiing and riding at independent ski areas. Their financial and in-kind support helps us spread the word about our great resorts and keep the price of our passes affordable for everyone. Please let them know how much you appreciate their investment in the Indy Revolution.
Share Winter Foundation is a grantmaking organization working to improve the lives, health, and fitness of youth through winter sports. Share Winter works closely with carefully selected grantees to build efficient, effective, sustainable winter sports programs and pipelines to ongoing winter sports participation. Through their partnerships, Share Winter Foundation strives to make winter sports accessible to a broader, more diverse community. They are on a mission to share winter with 100,000 youth by 2028.
This year alone, Share Winter will fund over 45,000 youth in programs across the country, fueling the next generation of winter sports participants and enthusiasts. If you’d like to help share winter, please consider donating today.
Teton Gravity Research (TGR) is an extreme sports media company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The company was founded in 1996 by brothers Steve and Todd Jones, as well as friends Dirk Collins, Rick Armstrong, and Corey Gavitt.
TGR works closely with various athletes to create films and events that promote outdoor sports typically involving dramatic combinations of high elevations and speed, and requiring the highest athletic strength, skill, and judgment to avoid (or reduce the risk of) serious injury.
Indy Pass is proud to support the production of In Pursuit of Soul which explores the spirit of independent ski and snowboard areas around North America. In Pursuit of Soul will produce digital and social storytelling at twelve different independent resorts throughout the winter season, with a short film to be digitally released in the Fall of 2021.
Ken Grossman started Sierra Nevada Brewery with a handbuilt brewhouse and the odds stacked against him. In 1980, that patchwork of pipes, pumps and tanks began making beers that forever changed the course of American craft brewing.
Turns out, good beer can do a lot of good. Sierra Nevada shook things up in the ’80s, and it helped launch a beer revolution that’s in full force today. They keep pushing boundaries, whether that’s in the brewhouse, with sustainability, or in the great outdoors.
Unofficial Networks was founded by two brothers, Tim and John Konrad, in Squaw Valley, CA in the fall of 2006. The original website, UnofficialSquaw.com, provided daily mountain condition reports as well as news, weather forecasts, videos, and entertainment for Squaw Valley skiers and snowboarders.
In 2010, UnofficialNetworks.com was launched to cover the global ski scene with the rollout of local reporters in ski towns across North America. Since that time, the website has recorded over 100 million sessions and has been linked to by numerous publications including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle, and ESPN.
UnofficialNetworks.com is a website where people go to escape, be entertained, gather information, learn about ski destinations, and stay abreast of the latest mountain news.
The goal of UnofficialNetworks.com is to use our mix of user-submitted content, curated content and original content to separate the signal from the noise providing followers with the best mountain entertainment on the web in one simple and easy to use website.
SnoCountry is the leading source of current, credible, and unbiased ski and mountain resort information to promote the experience.
SnoCountry also offers regional and national ski industry radio and television campaigns geared to activating first-time skiers and riders, motivating casual visitors, and updating dedicated skiers and riders with the latest information to better enjoy the on-snow experience.
For more than 50 years, SnoCountry has worked with every ski resort in North America and thousands of media outlets to continuously serve up snow condition information skiers and riders are hungry for where the snow is falling, how fast it’s adding up, and what it feels like. You see, it really is all about the snow!
SnoCountry Ski Areas is a non-profit organization governed by a board of directors, representing ski resorts nationwide.
From Crafting Skis to Crafting Experiences
Atomic has a long and proud history of making the best race skis in the world. In the spirit of being the best, Atomic is aiming for more. And to do that, they have changed their focus – from the skis, to the skier. They have shifted from being a ski equipment manufacturer to a skiing experience provider.
Great gear gives you access to better skiing. Great gear makes you confident, brave and makes you look for more. It makes you look further. Atomic’s mission is to give you access to the best part of nature and to your best skiing experience.
So, whatever your level is, welcome to the next.
Our partnership with Native Campervans brings Indy’s many independent ski areas a little closer within reach. If you’ve ever discovered a ski resort while road tripping, you know exactly how powerful the feeling is. Native Campervans offers Indy Pass fans exclusive savings on overnight campervans plus a few different packages to choose from. Consider planning your next trip with them to uncover new horizons and resorts!