Arapahoe Basin is joining the Ikon Pass clan for the upcoming season after completing its relationship with the Epic Pass this year.
Arapahoe chief operating officer Alan Henceroth indicated crowded conditions in parking lots and other mountain facilities in making the decision to leave the Epic Pass, a product of Vail Resorts that is good at that company’s mountains and partner resorts in February. At that time, Henceroth hinted that Arapahoe would be considering a new partnership which led to immediate speculation that Arapahoe would wind up with Ikon.
The Ikon Pass is a product of Alterra Mountain Co., good at that company’s 14 destinations and partner resorts. The Ikon Pass is offering access to 40 resorts in the U.S. and overseas. The Ikon Pass holders will have seven-day access to A-Basin with no blackout dates and those holders with the less expensive Ikon Base Pass will have five-day access at Arapahoe with some blackout dates.
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