Most of us don’t have the luxury of shelling out more than $200 for a weekend lift ticket at the largest resorts across the country. Right?
Thankfully, these 5 resorts/areas offer lift tickets under $100, and provide skiers and riders with 2,500 vertical feet, or more. These are some of the best deals for skiing and riding across the country.
*Information on vertical drop and lift ticket price has been pulled directly from the individual resort’s website.*
Vertical Drop- 3,887′ (1,900′ lift-serviced, additional 1,987′ accessible by hiking)
Adult Unguided Lift Ticket Price Between 3/17/21-4/18/21- $89
Okay, this one is a bit of a stretch to make the list, but it technically counts. Sure, you can only ski Silverton late-season at this price, but $89 to access one of Colorado’s gems is still quite the steal.
Vertical Drop- 2,610′
Adult Lift Ticket- $86
Smuggs is a truly special resort located in Vermont’s Green Mountains. $86 grants skiers access to 3 peaks, 2,600′ of vertical, and countless acres of gladed terrain.
Vertical Drop- 2,800′
Adult Lift Ticket- $85
Tamarack has gone through a lot in the last decade, but the resort is back to spinning lifts at an extremely reasonable price.
Vertical Drop- 2,700′ (2,600′ lift-serviced)
Adult Lift Ticket- $63
Bridger Bowl is an impressive ski area that sits just minutes from Bozeman, MT. Many ski areas in the Midwest and East charge more than $63 that are significantly smaller. Bridger is quite the deal!
Vertical Drop- 2,600′
Adult Lift Ticket- $54
Coming in hot with 2,600 vertical feet of skiing for only $54, Montana Snowbowl is easily the best lift ticket deal in the country. Snowbowl is only a 26 minute drive from Missoula, Montana.