Break away from your daily schedule, from the stress, and from the chaos of your city or school. Escape to the mountains this spring, where the fresh air and striking skylines will reset your love for the outdoors while offering adventures of all scales.

Most Ikon Pass destinations offer Spring Break specials on lodging, lessons, and food & beverage. This year, trade sand for snow and get stoked for spring experiences on the slopes with your Ikon Pass.

Spring Break with the Family

Many Ikon Pass destinations offer activities for the whole family. Find a spot that boasts fun-filled beginner terrain and unique experiences that will leave your family with lasting memories. Check out ski school programs, day cares, family friendly restaurants, a wide variety of activities, and discounts on lodging to fit the whole gang.

Sleep Near the Slopes

Find Spring Break specials at in-village lodging, with easy access to get stoked. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Steamboat, Stratton, Solitude Mountain Resort, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and Snowshoe are all known for their idyllic villages with multiple options for hotel rooms or family condos within walking distance of the lifts.

Lodging at Solitude Mountain near the chairlift, perfect place to stay on Spring Break.

Let the kids have fun without you

Stratton’s Kids Night Out (February 16) or Sugarbush’s Pizza & Movie Night (March 23) give parents a chance to go out alone and leave the kids to choose crafts or movies. Blue Mountain also hosts Friday Night Lights Rail Jams for kids and teens to show off their skills.

Plan events with the whole family

Join mascots Eddy & Betty for dinner and a magic show at Sunday River (February 23), spark some friendly competition at Tremblant’s Crazy Games, or dust off your dance moves at Saturday Night Fever (March 2-10). Enjoy ice carving, scavenger hunts, and fireworks at Blue’s Family Day Weekend (Feb 16), and get your faces painted at the WinterWonderGrass Kids Zone at Squaw Valley (March 29-31).

Blue Mountain Friday Night Lights Rail Jam for kids during spring break.
Sunday River mascots Eddy and Betty hugging a young girl during her family spring vacation

Enjoy the snow together

Start a cannonball competition into Snowshoe’s mountainside Split Rock Pool or Blue Mountain’s Plunge! Aquatic Center. Race around the Woodview Mountaintop Skate Rink at Blue Mountain, or down the Coca Cola Tubing Hill at Winter Park and Snowshoe. Rent mini snowmobiles at Squaw Valley or ride the longest mountain coaster in North America, Steamboat’s Outlaw Coaster.

Steamboat's Outlaw Coaster, the longest mountain coaster in North America

SPRING BREAK WITH A GROUP

Expand your crew by offering up a few Friends & Family 25% off discounts to your buddies, because some powder days are better with friends. Consider easy coordination by visiting a mountain close to an airport, or within driving distance of a city, and pick a destination with varied terrain for the whole group.

Check out mountain nightlife, bustling après scenes, and unique cultural experiences. Many Ikon Pass destinations also offer Spring Break specials—from discounted beer buckets to affordable lodging.

Fly in easily

Many Ikon Pass destinations are less than an hour from a major airport, ensuring you make the most of your break on the mountain. Bonus: When visiting Winter Park in Colorado, you can take the Ski Train directly to the slopes; when visiting Utah destinations, you can take the UTA Ski Bus between Salt Lake City and the mountains (after activating your free benefits at Solitude).

 

Man and woman standing with ski gear next to an Amtrak train at Winter Park Resort

Find your beach

Kick back and relax at a mountain “beach” filled with cold drinks, lounge chairs, strong sunshine, and all of your friends. Join the party at Mammoth Mountain’s Beach Bar; experience an infamous Mary Jane tailgate at Winter Park; or find out why Squaw Valley is known as the Spring Skiing Capital.

 

Spring Break celebration at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows

Celebrate the day with a cold one

Toast to lasting memories and an unforgettable break with friends. Pop champagne at Aspen Highland’s Cloud 9 Alpine Bistro; ask for the shotski at Steamboat Resort’s Timber + Torch; or take the gondola up to Winter Park’s Sunspot for after-hours mountaintop après.

Schedule in a special event

Pack your finest beads and bright colors for Steamboat Mardi Gras (March 2); enter the costume contest at Solitude’s Nordic Spring Fling (March 9); or dream of going pro at The Vermont Open at Stratton (March 8-10). Sit front row to watch your favorite artist play at KROQ Storms Bear Mountain (February 23), Jackson Hole Rendezvous Festival (March 15-16), WinterWonderGrass at Squaw Valley (March 29-31), or Big Sky Big Grass (April 11-14).

Group of men and women toasting with glasses of champagne at Cloud Nine in Aspen
Snowboarder taking a turn at the Vermont Open at Stratton

Couples Spring Break

Sometimes all you really need is a true break from it all. A chance to spend some quality time with your favorite person. Let the mountains rejuvenate you through relaxing activities, healthy food, fresh air, and the comfort of lodging that feels like your own home.

Make time to try something new

Show up to on-mountain “snowga” yoga at Winter Park; explore more than 12 miles of Nordic ski and snowshoe trails at Solitude Mountain Resort; share a dog sled ride at Jackson Hole, or dine under the stars after snowshoeing up to Aspen Buttermilk’s Cliffhouse.

Treat Yourselves

Get pampered at The Cliff Spa at Snowbird; indulge at Deer Valley’s Seafood Buffet; or explore two different hot springs within 20 minutes of Steamboat Resort.

Learn from a Local

When traveling in pairs or small groups, you can navigate a new destination easier. Many mountains offer local guides to show you the secret stashes that larger groups may not access. For example, hire an Adventure Guide at Winter Park or even ski with a champion at Deer Valley.

Cross country skiing on the nordic track at Solitude Mountain Resort
Older couple dining at the Seafood Buffet at Deer Valley Resort
Group following a guide up the slope at Winter Park Resort