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Most Ikon Pass Skiers Won't Need Advance Reservations This Winter


Most skiers who buy the Ikon Pass for the 2020–21 season won't need advance reservations to hit the slopes, according to Alterra Mountain Company, which operates the pass. 

It's a different story at the nearly three dozen mountains covered by the Epic Pass from Alterra competitor Vail Resorts. Vail announced in late August that in order to control crowds in the era of Covid-19, all visitors will need to make reservations for lift access—and that includes pass holders.

Anybody with an Ikon Pass, however, will, in most cases, still be able to stroll up to any resort covered by the pass and get on a lift without having booked a slot ahead of time—which, after all, is one of the reasons why people buy multi-resort passes in the first place. 

 Read the full story at Frommers.com

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