Ikon Pass
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Ikon Pass

  • ON SALE NOW
  • Visits
    5-7 Visits at Summit at Snoqualmie
  • Price
    Choose from Multiple Options
  • Mountains
    Access to 44 Destinations

No matter where you live or what type of terrain you like to ski and ride, you have the power to create your own great skiing or snowboarding adventure. The Ikon Pass includes 5-7 days at The Summit at Snoqualmie and access to 44 more incredible ski destinations around the world.

  • 2020/21 Ikon Passes Now On Sale
  • 2020/21 Ikon Passes Are Valid For The 2020/21 Season Only

How To Use Your Ikon Pass at The Summit

Ikon Passholders can ski when their passes permit access but must utilize their independent reservation system to let us know when they plan to visit.

More Details Coming Soon
  • Ikon will be shipping passes directly to guests for 2020-21 season. 

  • Treat the crew with 8 or 10 friends & family discount lift tickets (25% off window rate) at all Ikon Pass destinations. Number of discounts depends on your Ikon pass type. 

  • During busy periods The Summit will set up Ikon specific ticket windows. Please find these at Summit West, Central, and Alpental when applicable.

  • Ikon Passholders can ski when their passes permit access, but must utilize their independent reservation system to let us know when they plan to visit. If we need to address volume, there may be a limit on how many Ikon passholders can access the mountain during specific days of the season.

  • Ikon Friends and Family discounts will be usable subject to availability on requested ski days. We are exploring options to allow those lift ticket to be reserved in advance.

  • Ikon Pass holders will be able to start making reservations on ikonpass.com or through the Ikon Pass app on November 9th.

The Summit at Snoqualmie

With four mountain areas to choose from and super easy access from Seattle via Interstate 90, visits to The Summit at Snoqualmie should be on every Ikon Passholder's list! Before heading to The Summit, be sure to check the hours for each mountain area.

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