Everything’s pretty expensive right now, including skiing, for various reasons. This means that people are in the mood of saving money. In terms of skiing, there are some good deals out there if you look deep enough.

This winter, I’m aiming to get a set of articles going on lift ticket deals that are happening this season across the United States. For this week, I’m going to start with my home base: New Hampshire.

The information comes from a variety of sources, including SkiNH’s steals & deals article for this winter, along with researching lift ticket deals from various ski area websites.

Abenaki: This Wolfeboro ski area is one of the oldest in New Hampshire and one of the most affordable. They have $20-day tickets for Weekends, Holidays, and vacation periods. On Weekdays, they offer $16 lift tickets.

Arrowhead: The small ski area in Claremont is celebrating its 60th anniversary with $10 lift tickets for adults, and $8 for Juniors. Night skiing is $8 for adults and $6 for Juniors. It should be noted that Arrowhead has yet to open this winter due to above-normal temperatures in the Northeast.

Black Mountain: On Sundays, New Hampshire and Maine Residents from Carrol County, Coos County, or Oxford County in Maine can purchase a half-day ticket for $20.

Active and retired Military members can purchase a lift ticket for $10 on Mondays. All you need to do is present a Military ID.

Bretton Woods: Residents of Coos, Carroll, Grafton, Belknap, Essex, Caledonia, and Oxford counties can purchase a half-day Sunday day ticket for $38.

Campton Mountain: Five-hour lift tickets for the whole mountain are $25, while a full day comes out to $40. They also have rope tow passes, with a session ticket being $16 and a full day is $20.

Cannon Mountain- Cannon has brought back NH Resident Wednesdays – this has been on pause for the past two years aside from a few individual deal days. NH Residents can get a lift ticket for just $45, every Wednesday all season, with no blackout dates. Advance purchase of the ticket and a one-time $5 RFID card purchase are required.

New Hampshire Seniors sixty-five years and older get free lift tickets from Monday thru Friday.

Cranmore Mountain Resort: Sunday Deal Days return with $65 lift tickets on Sunday, February 12, and March 19. A limited number of $65 lift tickets will be available online only for advanced purchases only.

Dartmouth Skiway: Compared to other mountains, tickets at the Skiway are very cheap. Additionally, they’re a variety of great lift ticket deals.

Dartmouth College students get $25 lift tickets during regular days, and $30 day passes during peak periods.

Military members can pay for $20 tickets for regular periods, $25-day passes during peak sessions and $15/20 for their child dependents.

Indy Pass holders get 50% off weekday tickets and 25% off weekend passes.

Gunstock: For residents of Belknap County, they are offering $45 lift tickets. This is available from Sunday thru Friday. This offer is not valid on Saturdays or during holiday periods.

Granite Gorge Mountain Park: After being closed since 2020, Granite Gorge is reopening on Saturday with a different price structure that is typically seen at ski resorts.

The early season pricing is $18 for two-hour sessions on weekdays and $25 on Weekends/Holidays. For four-hour sessions, it’ll be $34 on Weekdays, and $38 on Weekends/Holidays.

When their chairlift opens, they’ll have a $30 two-hour pass for adults on Midweek days, and $35 on Weekends/Holidays. The four-hour pass will be $50 for Midweek and $55 on Weekends and Holidays.

King Pine Ski Area: King Pine is celebrating the return of Tuesday night skiing with $20 lift tickets. Tuesday Night lift tickets (3:30-8 p.m.) are just $20 for all ages.

Indy Pass holders get 50% off weekday tickets and 25% off weekend passes.

McIntyre Ski Area: On select Saturdays, McIntyre offers One Great Rate. This ticket special includes ski or snowboard rentals, lesson tips, all-area lift tickets, and snow tubing plus a free hot chocolate. Prices range from $48-$58; dates and times vary.

Indy Pass holders get 50% off weekday tickets and 25% off weekend passes.

Mt. Eustis: The rope tow in Littleton has $5 lift tickets.

Pats Peak: The ultimate New Hampshire combo deal is POP (Pay One Price) Saturday Nights Under the Lights. Starting Saturday, December 31, 2022, through the end of the season, guests can enjoy Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowtubing, Rentals, and Lesson Tips all for one price. Tickets range from $79-$99 depending on dates and times.

Ragged Mountain: The Danbury ski resort is offering a variety of solid deals this winter. New Hampshire residents can get half-day tickets for $62 on Sundays, college students can purchase $62 lift tickets on Weekdays, and Military members get 25% off lift tickets on Weekends, and 50% off on Weekdays.

These prices do not include the $5 RFID purchase needed if you haven’t acquired one already from them.

Storrs Hill: The ski hill in Lebanon is home to some fantastic lift ticket deals. Daily lift passes are $15 for adults and $10 for Juniors (ages 3-15). Friday night lift tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for Juniors.

Veteran’s Memorial Ski Area: This ski hill in Franklin frequently hosts free ski days. Last season, lift tickets were $10 for adults and $5 for children. Veterans and military members ski free every time they visit.

Due to low snowfall this year, they have yet to open, but will be hosting a Winter Carnival in February.

Whaleback Mountain: For just $22, skiers and riders can purchase lift tickets for the last 2 hours of operations. For beginners and low-level intermediates, they have a $15 lift ticket that accesses the t-bar, rope tow, and magic carpet.

Indy Pass holders get 50% off weekday tickets and 25% off weekend passes.

Image Credits: Cannon Mountain, Ragged Mountain Resort, Granite Gorge Mountain Park, Ian Wood Of Unofficial Networks


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