The Ikon Pass has launched for 2024-25 and to mark the occasion we have decided to talk about a few resorts you might not have realised are on the pass, but definitely should be on your bucket list.

Aspen Snowmass (Colorado): Aspen Snowmass is a premier ski destination in Colorado, offering four mountains: Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk. The resort offers a wide range of terrain suitable for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Reservations required for Ikon Pass holders. Not available on Ikon Base Pass.


Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (Wyoming): Jackson Hole is renowned for its challenging terrain and breathtaking scenery in the Teton Range. It’s a favorite among advanced skiers and snowboarders but also offers plenty of options for beginners and intermediates. Reservations required for Ikon pass holders. Not available on Ikon Base Pass.


Red Mountain (British Columbia): Overall, Red Mountain’s combination of challenging terrain, abundant powder, uncrowded slopes, authentic atmosphere, and sense of community make it a beloved destination for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts seeking a unique and memorable mountain experience in Canada.


Niseko (Japan): That’s right. Now you can justify a trip to North America and Japan in one season. Japan’s #1 ski destination, located 60 miles south of Sapporo, is comprised of four interlinked ski resorts – Grand Hirafu, Hanazono, Niseko Village and An’nupuri – and is renowned for its consistency and quality of snow throughout the winter, averaging 50 feet each season.


Chamonix (France): Claiming its spot under the highest mountain in western Europe, Chamonix Mont-Blanc Valley is a beloved bucket list destination that has always written its own introduction. In this iconic landscape, big mountain features surround the stunning backdrop of Mont Blanc and blend seamlessly with enchanting valley villages stuffed with French charm, food, and fun. When paired with easy airline access through both Italy and Switzerland, adventure seekers of all styles and abilities can explore the 5 distinct areas within Chamonix Mont-Blanc – Grands Montets, Les Houches, Le Ski Package/Balme, La Flegere, and Le Brevent.


St Moritz (Switzerland): Newly announced in April 2024, St Moritz joins the Ikon Pass for 2024/25. As a premier Swiss ski resort this makes a European adventure even more appealing! Ikon Pass holders may now experience the elevated enchantment of St. Moritz where nine majestic ski areas await exploration, most notably Corviglia, Corvatsch and Diavolezza. St. Moritz is an alpine legend full of winter sports heritage, cherished since the iconic 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics. In total, the destination offers 190 acres of terrain, 58 lifts and 88 trails with stunning vistas of the Alps. As with all of the European Ikon Pass partner mountains, the 24/25 Ikon Pass accesses 7 days and Ikon Base Pass provides five days, both with no blackout dates.