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DCSki 2021/2022 Unlimited Season Pass Comparison 5
By Snowsmith, DCSki Contributor

Mid-Atlantic skiers have a lot of season pass options to consider for the 2021/2022 winter season. Many “local” season passes now provide access to ski areas outside of our region. For example, with the Epic and Ikon Passes, it’s possible to ski at some of the most iconic and largest ski areas in North America. The Indy Pass provides the opportunity to ski at some lesser known and less crowded resorts; many ski areas in the Mid-Atlantic participate in the Indy Pass program.

This page contains a comparison of season passes at some of the more popular resorts in the Mid-Atlantic region. Pricing provided below is for the full, unlimited, adult season pass with early season pricing; prices generally increase as the ski season approaches. Use this as a starting point when considering options, but be sure to check with individual resorts to verify pricing, any limitations, and other options that might be available. Some of the features described below are anticipated based on prior years, but may not have been finalized at the time of publication.

2021/2022 Full Season Pass Pricing and Benefit Comparison
Season Pass Price
Full unlimited, early season price
Resort (or Pass)
Comments, Extras
Maryland
$399 (thru 9/6/21) Wisp Resort Wisp season passholders also enjoy unlimited access to all PGRI Resorts in North America including Powderhorn Resort, CO and Ragged Mountain, NH and restricted access to Wintergreen, VA and Mt. Washington, BC. Also expected to include Resort Swap benefits with Seven Springs, Hidden Valley, and Laurel Mountain. More info.
Pennsylvania
$319 (thru 4/30/2021) Blue Knob Full access to all of Blue Knob. An Indy Pass add-on (priced at an additional $129 last season) is expected to be available for Blue Knob season passes, providing 2 days of skiing at other Indy Pass resorts. More info.
$497 (thru 5/1/21) Hidden Valley Provides full access with no blackouts to Hidden Valley. Also includes a Resort Swap benefit and lift pass discounts at “Mountains of Distinction” resorts. More info.
$483 (thru 5/1/21) Laurel Mountain Provides full access with no blackouts to Laurel Mountain. Also includes a Resort Swap benefit and lift pass discounts at “Mountains of Distinction” resorts. More info.
$643 (thru 5/1/21) Seven Springs / Highlands Pass Seven Springs pass is now the “Highlands Pass,” which provides full access with no blackouts to Seven Springs, Hidden Valley and Laurel Mountain. Also includes a Resort Swap benefit and lift pass discounts at “Mountains of Distinction” resorts. More info.
$479 - $783 (limited time) Liberty Mountain / Roundtop Mountain / Whitetail These three Pennsylvania resorts are now part of the Vail Resorts family and are covered by different versions of Vail’s Epic Pass.

The Full Epic Pass ($783) includes unlimited access to 37 resorts such as Liberty, Roundtop, Whitetail, Vail, Breckenridge, Keystone, Beaver Creek, Whistler Blackcomb, Stowe, Heavenly, and Kirkwood.

The Northeast Value Epic Pass ($479) includes unlimited access to 18 resorts including Liberty, Roundtop, Whitetail, Okemo, Mount Snow, Stowe, Wildcat, and Hunter Mountain.

Meanwhile, the Local Epic Pass ($583) includes unlimited and limited access to 26 resorts including Liberty, Roundtop, Whitetail, Breckenridge, Keystone, Crested Butte, Okemo, Mountain Snow, Wildcat Mountain, and Hunter Mountain. It also provides limited access (with blackout days) to Vail, Park City, Beaver Creek, and others. More info.

Virginia
$453 (thru 5/31/21) Massanutten Resort Full access to Massanutten Resort. Massanutten is currently part of the “Indy Pass” network of 63 resorts throughout the United States. An Indy Pass add-on (priced at an additional $129 last season) is expected to be available for Massanutten season passes, providing 2 days of skiing at other Indy Pass resorts. More info.
$399 (thru 9/6/21) Wintergreen Resort Wintergreen season passholders also enjoy unlimited access to all PGRI Resorts in North America including Powderhorn, CO; Wisp, MD; Ragged Mountain, NH; and restricted access to Mt. Washington, BC. More info.
West Virginia
$300 (thru 4/30/21) Canaan Valley Resort Canaan Valley Resort is currently part of the “Indy Pass” network of 63 resorts throughout the United States. An Indy Pass add-on (priced at an additional $129 last season) is expected to be available for Canaan Valley season passes, providing 2 days of skiing at other Indy Pass resorts. More info.
$429 (thru 5/4/21) Snowshoe Mountain Resort Full access to Snowshoe and Silver Creek. More info.
$999 (limited time) Snowshoe Mountain Resort / Ikon Pass Snowshoe is part of the Ikon Pass Family which includes big time resorts like Aspen, CO; Big Sky, MT; and Deer Valley, UT. The Ikon Pass includes unlimited access to 13 resorts and limited access to an additional 14 resorts. More info.
$389 (thru 7/1/21) Timberline Mountain Full access to Timberline Mountain. More info.
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Reader Comments

Denis - DCSki Supporter
3 months ago
Member since 07/12/2004 🔗
2,221 posts
What are PGRI resorts?
snowsmith - DCSki Supporter
3 months ago
Member since 03/15/2004 🔗
1,363 posts
Pacific Group Resorts, Inc. They own Wisp andWintergreen.
ZARDOG
3 months ago
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62 posts
 Nice job scott. Thank you
Scott - DCSki Editor
3 months ago
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1,139 posts
Zardog, credit for this story goes to Snowsmith from the DCSki Forums.
snowsmith - DCSki Supporter
3 months ago
Member since 03/15/2004 🔗
1,363 posts
Thank you , Scott...with an assist from you.

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