This was a bad year to wait on purchasing your Indy Pass.
Following what founder Doug Fish said was a remarkable year of sales growth for the multi-mountain ski pass, restrictions were put in place last March on the number of passes sold for the 2023-24 season in order to “preserve the Indy experience.” In other words, Indy Pass doesn’t want to become the overcrowding headache it was trying to aid in the first place.
“Our passholders choose Indy Pass because it offers access to a fantastic lineup of independent resorts with less crowded slopes and laid-back vibes,” Fish said in a statement. “As we grow, the last thing we want to do is overwhelm our resorts and ruin the experience for their guests; as such, we will be restricting sales of all adult products.”
The initial availability of the Indy Pass, good at independent ski areas in New England and across the globe, was restricted to only current and former passholders before going on sale to the general public. As of this writing, the 2023-24 Indy Pass is no longer on sale while its personnel evaluate capacity for the season. There is a waitlist to join in order to find out if and when they will go back on sale.