The 10 Most Expensive Season Passes In North America [Early Bird Deals Excluded]

The 10 Most Expensive Season Passes In North America [Early Bird Deals Excluded]

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The 10 Most Expensive Season Passes In North America [Early Bird Deals Excluded]

How much would you pay for a gondola ride | Photo Credit:

How much would you pay for a gondola ride? | Photo Credit: Peter Stevens

Skiing is not a cheap sport. PERIOD. In fact, skiing for a season at the resorts listed below could otherwise be used to buy a decent pre-owned vehicle. That said, can you really put a price on lift-accessed powder?

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While some of the resorts listed shouldn’t surprise anyone (we’re looking at you Aspen), some of the resorts included are very unexpected. For instance, I would never have thought that Stowe would crack the top 5– but ohhh did they…

The Most Expensive Season Passes In North America

*The Full Epic Pass is the priciest multi-resort pass at a whopping $2,600!!!

1) Deer Valley – $2,555

2) Sun Valley – $2,350

3) Stowe – $2,313

Photo Credit: Aspen Facebook Page

Photo Credit: Aspen Facebook Page

4) Aspen – $2,159

5) Telluride – $2,100

6) Big3 (Lake Louise, Sunshine, Norquay) – $2,099

7) Jackson Hole – $1,855

8) Whistler Blackcomb – $1,649

9) Alta/Snowbird – $1,599

10) Kicking Horse – $1,589

*Honorable Mention: Mont Tremblant – $1,399

Also Read: The 10 Most Expensive Lift Tickets In Europe

 

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