Well, if you’re still holding out on your decision to purchase a season pass (whether that be for COVID-related restrictions or other factors), the Indy Pass is making it more difficult to ignore as an option.
With the late addition of Vermont’s Jay Peak to its portfolio this week, the Indy Pass now boasts nine New England mountains on its $199 product, which allows two visits to each resort. Cannon Mountain joined the pass earlier this year, becoming the third New Hampshire ski area to do so (Black Mountain and Pats Peak). In addition to Jay Peak, Indy Pass holders can enjoys days at Magic Mountain, Bolton Valley, and Suicide Six in Vermont. In Massachusetts, Berkshire East and Catamount are on the pass; Connecticut has Mohawk Mountain.
None of the New England ski areas have any blackout dates on the Indy Pass, and passes for children 12 years old and under are only $99. That makes the Indy Pass an intriguing option for families looking to ski this winter.
Earlier this month, Indy Pass reported that sales for the month of September were up 630 percent over the same period last year. That might partly be because of Cannon’s presence for the first time, seeing how the Franconia Notch mountain is an easy drive from the Boston metro area. The addition of Jay Peak should mean even more purchases as we throttle toward winter.