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  1. #1
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    another pass option (NOT epic, Ikon or MC) Indypass.com

    http://www.indyskipass.com/

    for $200 its a cheap road trip if you are in the area..

    For $199 receive:



    Two free days at each partner resort in the US and Canada
    Minimum of one additional discounted lift ticket
    Discounted kids tickets (12 and under) when redeeming an adult ticket
    Special offers from participating resorts for lodging, rentals, lessons and more

    Partner Resorts


    IDAHO

    Brundage Mountain
    Silver Mountain
    Washington

    White Pass
    Mission Ridge
    49 Degrees North
    OREGON

    Hoodoo
    CALIFORNIA

    Mt. Shasta
    MONTANA

    Red Lodge Mountain
    UTAH

    Beaver Creek
    British Columbia

    Apex Mountain Resort


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    That's a good start. I'd be pretty psyched on a pass like that focusing on smaller ski hills.

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    I'd like to see a map of these resort locations

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hott Butt Mud View Post
    I'd like to see a map of these resort locations
    This is some of them

    https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Brun...d49.390666!3e0


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    another pass option (NOT epic, Ikon or MC) Indypass.com

    Isnít Silver up-more north in Kellogg....almost neighbors to 49N


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    Yeah, Silver is straight east of Spokane, in Kellogg, ID.

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    If the snow w is right, spending two days at each of those could be an awesome week-long adventure


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    I think that list means Beaver Mountain in Utah, not Beaver Creek.

    http://www.skithebeav.com/c/mountain/trail-map

    The in area skiing is ok, the side country and skate/shuttle back is pretty damn good.

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    Such a good start. I was trying to do the math last night of how many mom-and-pop lift tickets a IKON pass could buy. Give me a pass with a few days each at Lookout, Pebble Creek, Discovery, Maverick, Kelly Canyon, etc and I'm all the way sold. Most of my favorite inbounds days have come at places who charge less than $60 a lift ticket on a weekend.

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    this, with powder alliance pass, would be a great option


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    more places I've never heard of, and will never visit added. (and a few I will)

    Partner Resorts


    IDAHO

    Brundage Mountain
    Silver Mountain
    Washington

    White Pass
    Mission Ridge
    49 Degrees North
    Hurricane Ridge
    OREGON

    Hoodoo
    CALIFORNIA

    Mt. Shasta
    MONTANA

    Red Lodge Mountain
    Lost Trail Powder Mountain
    UTAH

    Beaver Mountain
    British Columbia

    Apex Mountain Resort
    Wisconsin

    Little Switzerland
    Nordic Mountain
    Trollhaugen
    Tyrol Basin
    Michigan

    Big Powderhorn Resort
    Pine Mountain Resort
    Vermont

    Bolton Valley Resort
    Magic Mountain
    Massachusetts

    Catamount Mountain Resort
    Berkshire East Mountain Resort
    Virginia

    Massanutten Resort
    Bryce Resort
    North Carolina

    Cataloochee Ski Area
    Minnesota

    Giants Ridge
    New York

    Greek Peak Mountain Resort
    Pennsylvania

    Blue Knob Resort
    New Hampshire

    Pats Peak


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    https://www.saminfo.com/headline-new...HHi8Z2WpAEWAdQ

    and they release the financial split with resorts too.
    "Eighty-five percent of pass revenue will be split among partner resorts based on total redemptions, with 9 percent allocated to marketing the pass and developing a national brand, and the remainder to cover admin and other costs."


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    Only ever heard of a couple of those but I love the concept

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    Good info. Missed this earlier.

    For $200 well worth picking up. Lots of nice but smaller ski areas. A bunch I've been to.

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    Too bad the Sierra is completely unrepresented; 2 days each at, say, Homewood and Diamond Peak, and it would be tempting.

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    Their PNW representation is pretty much all the mom and pop places. Lots of good skiing to be had. Hoodoo was my home mountain as a kid growing up. I need to get back there again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobz View Post
    Too bad the Sierra is completely unrepresented; 2 days each at, say, Homewood and Diamond Peak, and it would be tempting.
    My thoughts exactly. Maybe SAT and DR as well.

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    I really like that it is some new places that I have not skied at before. For me that is the whole point.


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    ^^^that makes sense. But I donít get to travel much or too far, so having some resorts local to me is important. There are still plenty of smaller mom and pop resorts in the Sierra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    Their PNW representation is pretty much all the mom and pop places. Lots of good skiing to be had. Hoodoo was my home mountain as a kid growing up. I need to get back there again.
    anthony lakes, bogus, bluewood, hurricane ridge available
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    lookout pass
    powdork.com - new and improved, with 20% more dork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    anthony lakes, bogus, bluewood, hurricane ridge available
    Did they put anthony lakes and bluewood on? Honestly neither of which are worth it in my opinion, but if they could get baker on there it would be sweet... In our dreams though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cydwhit View Post
    ...Most of my favorite inbounds days have come at places who charge less than $60 a lift ticket on a weekend...
    I've had some stellar days at Donner Ski Ranch (Tahoe), Tahoe/Donner (Tahoe, but I'm a homeowner, so tix are only $35...), Beartooth Basin (Wyoming), and Powderhorn (Colorado), all of which I think I paid somewhere in the neighborhood of $25 for a lift ticket (definitely not over $50).

    I like the list of places on this pass as I've never heard of any of them!

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