BOYNE FALLS, MICH. - Boyne Resorts announced partnering with the Ikon Pass to add new and expanded access at its nine mountain destinations across North America for the 2018/19 winter season.
The Boyne Resorts and Ikon Pass relationship was first formed when aligning to include Boyne's Big Sky Resort in Montana and three New England resorts, Loon Mountain, Sugarloaf and Sunday River on the Ikon Pass. With benefits evident to both partners, Boyne Resorts recently agreed to expand access for Ikon Pass and Ikon Base Pass holders to include Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain resorts in Michigan, Brighton Resort in Utah, Cypress Mountain in British Columbia and The Summit at Snoqualmie in Washington. Increased access at the New England resorts was also part of the recent agreement.
"For 70 years, Boyne Resorts has been guided by a focus to create memorable experiences for our guests and we are deeply committed to maintaining the individual character of each of our destinations," said Stephen Kircher, president and CEO of Boyne Resorts. "This is what the Ikon Pass is about, so we are thrilled to add our Pacific Northwest and Midwest destinations to the Ikon Pass community. And by increasing access to our destinations in the East, we are excited to offer a variety of winter experiences throughout North America."
Big Sky Resort, Boyne Highlands Resort, Boyne Mountain Resort, Brighton Resort, Cypress Mountain and The Summit at Snoqualmie each offer seven days of lift access on the Ikon Pass and five days at each on the Ikon Base Pass.
Loon Mountain, Sugarloaf, and Sunday River previously offered a total of seven days between the three mountains on the Ikon Pass and five days combined on the Ikon Base Pass. Each of the three now offer seven days of lift access on the Ikon Pass and five days on the Ikon Base Pass.
Boyne Resorts represents nine among thirty-four iconic mountain destinations now part of the Ikon Pass community.