What you Need to Know About the 2022/23 Ikon Pass

What you Need to Know About the 2022/23 Ikon Pass

When each season brings countless outdoor activities to the beautiful mountains we call home, it’s easy to look forward here in Mammoth Lakes.

Today we’re looking forward to next year since Ikon has released the details of their collective pass offerings for the 2022/23 winter season. The Ikon pass is one of the best ways to save money on lift tickets at Mammoth Mountain, so we’ve written everything you need to know about the 22/23 Ikon Pass below!

Check it out and stop by the ASO Mammoth shop for the best ski and snowboard rentals in Mammoth Lakes! 

Mammoth Mountain is Now Only Available on the Ikon Pass

If Mammoth Mountain is the only place you plan on skiing or snowboarding, then a basic Mammoth Mountain season pass may be the best choice for you.

However, if you want to ride at Mammoth as well as other mountains in every region of North America, then a multi-mountain pass like the Ikon is the best way to save money on lift tickets! In previous seasons you could access Mammoth Mountain from both the Ikon Pass and the Mountain Collective pass, however for the 22/23 winter season the only multi-mountain pass that offers access to Mammoth will be the Ikon.

Palisades Tahoe and Sugarbush will also only be offered on the Ikon Pass instead of on Ikon and the Mountain Collective. 

New Mountains Are Coming to the Ikon

For North American riders, the two biggest additions to the Ikon Pass for the 22/23 season are Snowbasin and Sun Valley.

Utah skiers and snowboarders, especially those in Salt Lake City, will have even more options on where to ski and ride thanks to the addition of Snowbasin to the Ikon Pass. Although Snowbasin will not be available on the Ikon Base Pass, regular Ikon Pass owners will get 7 days at the resort. 

Similarly, Sun Valley will not be available on the Ikon Base Pass for the 22/23 season, but regular Ikon Pass owners will have 7 days of access.

Lastly, the regular Ikon Pass will also offer access to the Chamonix Mont-Blanc Valley for the first time. If you’re a mountaineer you may be familiar with the Chamonix name, but most North American riders don’t realize that Chamonix covers several mountain resorts under one collective banner. That means that literally thousands of acres of skiable terrain just got added to the Ikon Pass, and we hope you get to ride each one of them!

The Ikon Pass Goes on Sale on March 10th

The Ikon Pass has the deepest discounts when it first goes on sale in the spring, so the best way to save money on lift tickets is to buy it as soon as it comes out!

The 22/23 Ikon Pass will go on sale on March 10th, 2022.

Find the Right Pass for You

Between the full Ikon Pass, Base Pass, and Session Pass, it can be confusing trying to figure out which version is best for you.

The best way we’ve found to determine which Ikon Pass is right for you is by using the pass comparison tool on the Ikon website. Click each version of the pass you’re interested in at the top of the page to compare days offered, blackout dates, and other important Ikon Pass information!