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SAM Magazine—Denver, Sept. 1, 2022—Alterra Mountain Company’s Ikon Pass has added Lotte Arai Resort in Japan and Panorama Mountain Resort in British Columbia.IkonPass With the additions, the pass will provide access to more than 50 destinations in 10 countries for the 2022-23 season.

Full Ikon Pass holders will have access to seven days at both resorts with no blackout dates. Ikon Base Pass holders will have five days at each with holidays blacked out at Panorama and no blackouts at Lotte Arai. Panorama is available on the Ikon Session Pass, Lotte Arai is not. 

Lotte Arai averages a whopping 800-plus inches of annual snowfall and has more than 3,600 feet of vertical across 520 acres of terrain. It’s the second Ikon resort partner in Japan, joining Niseko United.

“Lotte Arai Resort invites Ikon Pass holders to start planning their adventure to Japan and

experience our deep powder, extraordinary terrain, our great hotel, and special food and culture,”

said Lotte Arai CEO and GM Takashi Nakatani.

Panorama is the fourth mountain resort and fifth destination in British Columbia on the Ikon Pass, joining Revelstoke Mountain Resort, RED Mountain, Cypress Mountain, and CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures. It offers 4,265 feet of vertical and nearly 3,000 acres of terrain. 

“Panorama Mountain Resort is thrilled to join the Ikon Pass community and showcase all the

resort has to offer in this special part of Canada,” said Panorama president and CEO Steve Paccagnan. “Each season we host skiers and riders from around the world with warm and welcoming Canadian hospitality, and our team and community look forward to welcoming Ikon Pass holders to experience Panorama and the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia.”