Ikon Pass
Access to iconic destinations, including Loon

Ikon Pass

  • Access to iconic destinations, including Loon

Access iconic mountain destinations around the world, including Loon.

The Ikon Pass returns with 44 unique destinations, connecting the most iconic mountains across North America, Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Japan. 

At Loon, you'll find 2,100 feet of vertical, 61 trails and a full progression of award-winning terrain parks, on 370 acres spread across 3 mountain peaks.

Make A Reservation

Ikon Pass holders will need to make a reservation to ski or ride each day. Please also add Friends & Family at the time of reservation and their tickets will be fulfilled at the ticket booth. Be aware that unused reservations or attempts to visit without a reservation for the day could result in loss of access to the mountain. Guests are encouraged to cancel their reservation if they are unable to visit, plans change etc. or if they are not feeling well.
How To Reserve
  1. Log into ‘My Account’ on the IkonPass.com or through the Ikon Pass app.

  2. Select ‘Make a Reservation’

  3. Select Loon as your Destination

  4. Select your desired date

  5. Select "Yes" or "No" to "Would you like to use Friends & Family passes with this reservation?"
    *If "Yes": Upon arrival at Loon, visit the ticket window with your Ikon Pass and your guest(s) to purchase your discounted Friends & Family ticket(s)

  6. Step 5: Confirm Reservation
Once your reservation is completed, place your Ikon Pass in your jacket pocket and head directly to the lift.
How to Cancel
Click the link in the confirmation email, log into your Ikon Pass account and cancel the reservation(s).
Reservations Full

Reservations Full?

If Ikon Pass reservations at Loon are full for your desired day(s), continue to check IkonPass.com for availability as it may change with cancellations etc. A reservation is required to use your Ikon Pass at Loon this winter.  

If capacity allows, Loon reserves the right to continue to sell day lift ticket, on dates where Ikon Pass reservations appear sold out.

Uphill Access

For uphill access, Ikon Pass holders do need to make a reservation and must follow Loon's Uphill Access policy. Use of the resort for uphill access does count towards the pass holder's allotted days. If you plan on using the uphill routes, we recommend you get the most out of your visit and ski or ride the whole day.

Friends & Family

Ikon Pass holders will be able to use Friends and Family tickets at Loon during the 2020/21 winter season. Friends & Family tickets will only be honored when accompanied by an Ikon Pass holder with a valid reservation. Friends and Family tickets can be picked up at a resort ticket window.

Don't Have Your Pass Yet?

If you need to have your Ikon Pass media printed, we can do it here at Loon. Present your valid ID at Guest Services, located at each base area, and we can print your Ikon Pass here at Loon. Then head directly to the lift.

Insider's Guide

West base or east base? South Peak or North Peak? Here are some tips to help you know where to park to access your favorite terrain, and the facilities and services you need to make the most of your day at Loon.

Loon Peak & West Basin

This centrally-located lot services Loon's two main base areas: the Octagon Lodge at the eastern end of the lot, and the Governor Adams Lodge on the western end. The J.E. Henry Railroad runs the length of the parking lot and transports passengers between the two base areas.

Octagon Lodge

· White Mountain Express Gondola
· Seven Brothers Triple
· Little Sister Double


  • Paul Bunyan Room

Other Services:
· Loon Mountain Sports Demo and Tuning Center

Governor Adams Lodge

· Kancamagus Express Quad
· Kissin' Cousin Double
· Sarsaparilla Carpet

· Babe's Blue Ox Lounge

Other Services:
· Children's Center
· New England Disabled Sports

South Peak

Located at the base of South Peak, this lot services the Lincoln Express Quad and Pemigewassett Base Camp. To reach the main mountain, ride the Lincoln Express Quad to the Tote Road Quad at the summit of South Peak.


Paul Bunyan Room

This is the birthplace of après-ski at Loon. Located upstairs in the Octagon Lodge, this slopeside oasis is home to a lineup of draft beers and a massive deck.

Babe's Blue Ox Lounge

Features a full bar, a stocked menu of appetizers, and more, it's a casual spot to meet up with friends for munchies or apres-ski.

On-Mountain Dining

In addition to Loon's three base lodges, you'll find excellent dining options at the mid-mountain Camp III, serving hearty fare and a deck with a killer view of some of Loon's most iconic trails. The Summit Cafe, located on Loon Peak, serves up delicious food with the best view in town.  


Restrooms are located in the lower levels of the base lodges. Additionally, rest rooms are located in the mid-mountain Camp III and at the Summit Cafe.

Information Services

For directions, information, and helpful tips, and all your informational needs, visit the Information desk in the Octagon Lodge in the east base area, or in the lower level of the Governor Adams Lodge in the west base area.

First Aid

Loon's First Aid room is located slopeside of the Gondola Barn.  If you need assistance, any team member is happy to contact Ski Patrol for you.