The Indy Pass just keeps growing.
This week, the popular, multi-mountain ski pass welcomed seven new members to its roster, including a pair in New England, for the 2022-23 skiing and riding season.
New Hampshire’s King Pine, located in East Madison, N.H. — just a quick jaunt from North Conway — and Black Mountain of Maine will be among the now-104 Alpine and Nordic resorts on next season’s lineup. The Black Mountain of Maine Nordic Center was also added.
King Pine, an affordable, family mountain, joins the Indy Pass as an “allied” member (25-to-50 percent off lift tickets). Other local Indy Pass allied members include Burke Mountain and Middlebury College Snow Bowl in Vermont, Dartmouth Skiway, McIntyre Ski Area, and Whaleback Mountain in New Hampshire, and Bousquet Mountain in Massachusetts. Cannon Mountain, Pats Peak, Black Mountain (Jackson, N.H.), and Waterville Valley are the other New Hampshire ski areas available on Indy Pass itself, which provides two days of skiing at each member resort across the U.S., Canada, and Japan.