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Indy Pass reveals Sunlight as 1st Colorado resort

John LaConte
Vail Daily
Two skiers make turns down a run at Sunlight Mountain on a chilly Friday afternoon in February 2022.
Chelsea Self/Post Independent

 

In early February, the Indy Pass announced that the 81-resort co-op had signed its first Colorado ski area, but it held off on releasing the name.

That ski area is Sunlight Mountain near Glenwood Springs.

The addition of Sunlight is effective for the remainder of the 2021-22 season for those who have already purchased their Indy Pass and for the 2022-23 season, as well.



Indy Pass founder Doug Fish said signing Sunlight is a huge win for Indy Pass holders.

“Colorado is North America’s ground zero for skiing and snowboarding, and now we have access to one of the most cherished indie mountains remaining in that great state,” Fish said.



The pass doesn’t allow unlimited access, giving guests two days at each ski area, but it now has 82 ski areas to choose from with the addition of Sunlight.

The Indy Pass works like a co-op, with the businesses sharing the profits.


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