Ikon Pass expands further into Europe with the addition of Dolomiti Superski in Italy and Kitzbühel in Austria, joining Zermatt in Switzerland, with up to 21 days in the Alps for Winter 21/22. Ikon Pass holders now have access to snow at 47 worldwide destinations across five continents and nine countries.
Home of the Alpine Skiing World Championships and the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Dolomiti Superski offers 12 mountains, 450 lifts, and 889 runs in Northern Italy’s Dolomites.
One of the most legendary towns in the Austrian Alps, Kitzbühel has made ski history for more than 120 years. KitzSki encompasses three mountains—Kitzbühel, Kirchberg and Mittersill—offering 57 lifts and 143 miles of slopes on 96 trails, including the world-famous Streif downhill ski racecourse.
Ikon Pass holders will have seven-day combined access to Dolomiti Superski’s 12 mountains and seven-day access to Kitzbühel, including Kirchberg and Mittersill, on the Ikon Pass with no blackout dates and five-day access on the Ikon Base Pass with no blackout dates. There is no access to the Ikon Session Pass.
“The addition of Dolomiti Superski in Italy and Kitzbühel in Austria offers Ikon Pass holders European access to some of the most renowned terrain and quintessential winter experiences in the Alps,” said Erik Forsell, CMO, Alterra Mountain Company. “We are continually looking for opportunities that expand pass holder access to global experiences with special destinations that share the spirit of the Ikon Pass community, and these iconic European destinations do just that.”
“Dolomiti Superski looks to further develop overseas markets and partnering with the Ikon Pass and its leading global ski network is an ideal way to achieve this goal. We are very proud to be part of the Ikon Pass community, representing Italy and Europe,” said Dr. Marco Pappalardo, marketing director, Dolomiti Superski. “We are sure the stunning landscape and unique experiences found in the Dolomites will charm Ikon Pass holders and bring many new skiers and riders to the Italian Alps.”
“Over the years, Kitzbühel has been named the World’s Best Ski Resort, famous for its perfectly shaped ski pistes, varied terrain, outstanding on-mountain huts and restaurants, and stunning scenery,” said Christian Wörister and Anton Bodner, Board of Directors members, KitzSki. “We are thrilled to be the first Austrian destination to join the Ikon Pass community. This partnership is an important step as we look ahead and expand our international presence by exposing new skiers and riders to all our mountains offer.”
The Ikon Pass offers access to 47 winter destinations in the Americas, Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.
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