It might seem early, but it is indeed time to start thinking about purchasing a season pass for next season, at least before prices jump, incrementally, over the coming weeks and months. In fact, one of skiing’s most popular multi-mountain passes has proven such a hot commodity this spring that a recess of sales has been implemented for the time being.
The Indy Pass announced this week that, due to overwhelming demand, pass sales for the 2023-24 season would end on April 10. A limited number of passes may be released this fall after evaluating capacity with resort partners for the upcoming season.
In prior years, Indy Passes have sold through mid-winter. However, record pass sales and renewals for this upcoming season have made the cutoff necessary, especially to honor the soul of the product.
“To preserve the independent and uncrowded skiing experience we all know and love, we are pumping the brakes on pass sales,” Indy Pass founder Doug Fish said. “During the offseason, we will work with our partner resorts to assess their peak-day capacity while we strive to expand our overall capacity by signing new resorts.”