Ikon Pass announced Tuesday that it has added two more mountains for the upcoming ski season: Oregon’s Mt. Bachelor and New York’s Windham Mountain.
This brings the total number of mountains on the pass to 43. Some of its existing mountains include Winter Park, Steamboat, Copper Mountain and Eldora.
Ikon Pass holders will have seven days at each ski area without blackout dates. Base Pass holders will have five days at each with some blackout dates. The mountains are not included in the Session Pass 4-Day.
Mt. Bachelor has 4,323 acres of terrain with a 9,065-foot volcanic peak. The ski area also offers 15 Woodward terrain parks, snowshoeing and tubing.
Windham Mountain, located two and a half hours north of New York City, has 732 acres with 54 trails, 11 lifts and six terrain parks. It also offers sunset skiing on some nights.
This announcement comes two weeks after Ikon said it would increase its renewal discounts for next season after the current ski season was cut short by the coronavirus.
Alterra Mountain Company, which owns the Ikon Pass, and its rival Vail Resorts were both hit with a class-action lawsuit from pass-holders after the two shut down ski areas a month early due to the coronavirus outbreak.