Solitude 21/22 Season Passes On Sale

Solitude Mountain Resort invites its guests and community to look ahead to 21/22 and lock in their lowest prices for Solitude season passes, on sale today. All Solitude season passes have no blackout dates and include discounts on dining and retail, UTA Ski Bus access, and discounted friends & family lift tickets.

Solitude’s popular Ultimate Family Pass once again offers unlimited full-season access and no blackout dates for two adults and two juniors (age 5-17 at time of purchase) for $1,999.

After its debut in 20/21, the Solitude Midweek Pass returns, offering unlimited Monday-Friday access with no blackout dates and no holiday exclusions for $629.

Solitude invites its youngest skiers and riders to enjoy unlimited full-season access and no blackout dates with Youth Passes (for guests age 5-12 at time of purchase) for $219 and Teen Passes (for guests age 13-17 at time of purchase) for $429.

“Returning to the slopes during the winter of 20/21 has been a breath of normalcy for many skiers and snowboarders,” says Jeff Carroll, Solitude director of sales and marketing. “The resilience and enthusiasm of our community has inspired us through this undeniably unusual season, and we are excited to look to the future together.”

Adventure Assurance is included free of charge with all Solitude passes, allowing pass holders to defer the value of the purchase price of their unused 21/22 pass prior to December 9, 2021, to be applied toward a 22/23 Solitude season pass for the same person.

Also on sale today is Ikon Pass, offering unlimited access to Solitude Mountain Resort plus worldwide adventure at its lowest pricing for the 21/22 season. Find all the details in last week’s press release here.

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.