When it debuted a couple years ago, the Indy Pass proved itself to be an interesting option for a niche market.
Since then, who could have figured it would turn into, perhaps, the premier pass option for local skiers and riders?
It has, indeed, been quite the year for the Indy Pass. In a landscape that includes behemoths like Epic and Ikon, the Indy Pass has quietly — and quickly — become one of the hottest items on the New England ski scene. Not an “unlimited” pass, per se, the Indy Pass provides two days each at a dozen ski areas in New England, at what was an early-bird price of only $199.
If you do the math, that’s a potential 24 days of skiing in New England at a cost of only $8.29 per day.