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Lift Tickets 2016-2017

Thanks for a great 2016-17 season! We will see you next winter.

For the most up to date information please visit our Conditions page.

Online purchases must be made in advance and cannot be purchased on the day of your visit.

All Mountain Tickets 2016-17 Season
At Resort Price Buy Online  Reload Media
Adult (Age 15 - 64) 7 Hour Lift Ticket
$79
$77  $75
Afternoon Adult (Age 15 - 64) 4 Hour Lift Ticket - available after 12 PM
$64 $62  $60
Adult (Age 15 - 64) 9 AM - Close
$89 $89  $87
Junior (Age 7 - 14) 9 AM - Close
$44
$42 $40 
Senior (Age 65 - 74) 9 AM - Close
$54 $52 $50 
Child (Age 6 & Under) 9 AM - Close
$10
 
More Ticket Options (All Ages) 2016-17 Season At Resort Price Buy Online Reload Media 
Midweek Lift Ticket* Online Only $59 $57 
Three Time Midweek Lift Ticket* Online Only $149 $147 
 Progression Ticket** (9 AM - Close)
$64 $62 $60 
 Buttercup Beginner Chair & Ballroom Carpet (9 AM - Close)
$44 $42  $40
Ballroom Carpet & Fun Zone Access (9 AM - Close)
$10 $9 $8 
 Night Ticket (3 - 9 PM)  $39 $35 $32 
 Late Night Ticket (6 - 9 PM) 
$29 $27 $25 
*Restricted dates do apply. Not valid December 17, 2016 through January 1, 2017, January 16, 2017 or  February 20, 2017.
**The Progression Ticket includes the following lifts when they are operating: Vista, Daisy, Easy Rider, Buttercup, Shipyard Tow and the Ballroom Carpet. Lift operations schedule.
 

RFID Technology

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification - a wireless chip is embedded into your pass or card media. At each of our lifts, we've installed access gates, which are triggered by your valid media. You wear your card inside your jacket, or on an arm band preferably on the upper left side of your body. You no longer have to present your lift ticket or season pass for scanning every time you board the lift! Just follow these simple rules for the best experience:
  • Make sure you have your valid pass or card (as always, the media is not transferable).
  • Place the media on the upper left hand portion of your body - in your jacket or on an arm band.
  • Carry only one media at a time - multiple signals can create misreads at the gate.
  • Do not place your media next to a cell phone or other electronic device.