Bail On Your Corporate Ski Pass – Go Indy

Aug 25 2023
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23/24 is slated to be our biggest year yet!

During the summer season, we've been working behind the scenes to grow our roster of fiercely independent resorts, while carefully evaluating capacity limits to ensure the best possible winter for our shared skiers and snowboarders. If you want to be first in line to hear about new resort announcements and the possibility of a Fall 23/24 pass sale, sign up for our waitlist:

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skier jumping off a rock cliff into powder at Beaver Mountain, UtahBeaver Mountain, UT courtesy of Jay Dash Photography

What sets us apart goes beyond the slopes themselves. At Indy, we're not just in the business of providing passes; we're steadfast supporters of the very essence of skiing. 85% of our proceeds flow directly back to our independent resort partners. Ensuring that the spirit of skiing lives on has been our mission since conception.

Skier jumping off a rock in the trees at Magic Mountain, VTMagic Mountain, VT

Skip the Lines 

You might be a master at dodging the constant stream of skiers at mega-resorts, but we prefer uncrowded slopes without the hassle of fighting for the goods. Fresh tracks are a gift from the snow gods and they tend to last a lot longer at independent resorts. Across our 120+ partnering ski resorts, it's not uncommon to find fresh powder days after a storm.

Indy holds the key to hidden gems all over the country, you'll be sure to find the perfect line with us.

a skier chugging a beer being pulled by a woman on a horse at Antelope Butte, WYAntelope Butte, WY

Skiing with Soul

Another common thread connecting Indy resorts is the unbridled cultural experience they provide. The heart of skiing is at your local mountain. You can create lifelong memories on a mountain not operated by a massive profit-hungry company but instead fueled by a love of skiing.

From the steep slopeside of New Hampshire's Pats Peak to Bolton Valley, VT, family-owned and operated resorts help create a network of incredible mountain experiences. For over 80 years now, the Seeholzer family has welcomed guests to Beaver Mountain. At these "mom and pop" ski areas, you can feel like a real part of the community. We partnered with Teton Gravity Research to highlight the soul of Midwest skiing – check out In Pursuit of Soul 2

Father helping his daughter learn how to ski at Granite Peak, WisconsinGranite Peak, WI

Community: Where Progression Meets Passion

The best memories are the first ones, first steps, first words – the first time on skis. Learning how to ski or snowboard is a massive undertaking and many riders pass on their skills to the next generation. Teaching requires patience, space, and a ski area that feels safe for someone to learn something new – that's why so many families flock to the quieter, less crowded, and less expensive independent resorts to create these lifelong memories.

Skier sliding on a rail at Trollhaugen, WI during a competitionTrollhaugen, WI 

Independent resorts create wild showdowns and games to get the community out to the mountain. From pond skims to rail jams to wing-offs, resorts like Trollhaugen, WI provide a scrappy party environment that brings the spirit of the sport back in a way the mega-resorts could never.

a skier in yellow on a ridge carving powder at Geto Kogen, JapanGeto Kogen, Japan

Accessibility: 120+ Resorts at your Ski Tips

No other multi-resort pass offers so much for so little. 1 pass provides 2 days of access across 120+ unique ski destinations across the US, Canada, and Japan. In essence, it's the ultimate travel passport perfect for those looking to uncover new experiences and explore new ski communities. What you'll find is a uniquely welcoming ski atmosphere that corporate conglomerates can't impersonate.

Red gondola at Lutsen Mountains, MNLutsen Mountains, MN

The Price of Powder

The barriers to hitting the snow have increased over the years. As the mega pass overlords hike up prices and limit who can experience the rush of a ski day, Indy Pass fights to support the resorts helping keep the spirit of skiing alive.  We strive to provide access and a price that families and friends alike can afford. Our zero-interest payment plan makes it even easier on the wallet.

A single-day pass to Deer Valley Resort, Utah will be $289 this coming season, $10 more than returning Indy Pass holders paid in the spring for the 23/24 Indy Pass. 

Read that again.

It's time to break free with Indy.

{A lone skier in a bowl at Mt. Ashland, ORMt. Ashland, OR

Want to hit the slopes for just a weekend or compete for most days on the mountain? The Indy Pass provides the goods. We aren't in the business of overtaking, we are in the business of supporting our local partners, building community, and protecting the essence of the sport. Sign up for our waitlist to be the first to know about pass sales and to learn about new resort additions, blackout dates, and more.

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