Lift Ticket Prices for Ski Resorts in Chicago

How much is a lift ticket at Chicago ski resorts? Find the latest prices for single day adult and child lift tickets at Chicago ski areas wherever that information is available and provided by the mountain. For the most up-to-date prices, deals and discounts or to purchase lift tickets, visit the ski resort website directly.

Chicago Resort Lift Tickets | Most Current Pricing

Resort Child Weekday Adult Weekday Child 6-day pass Adult 6-day pass
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- US$ 35.00 - -
US$ 0.00 US$ 57.00 - - I'll Take It
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US$ 0.00 US$ 49.00 - -
US$ 28.00 US$ 28.00 - -
US$ 0.00 US$ 49.00 - -
- US$ 100.00 - - I'll Take It
US$ 0.00 US$ 35.00 - -
- US$ 30.00 - -
- US$ 30.00 - -
US$ 17.00 US$ 40.00 - -
US$ 49.00 US$ 54.00 - - I'll Take It
Chicago lift ticket prices are provided to directly by the mountain resorts and those resorts are responsible for their accuracy. Lift ticket prices are subject to change. Call resort for updates.


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Firsthand Reports


So, Wilmot is fine... kind of. The runs are crazy short, and lines for the lift are crazy long, and there are 20:1 kids to adults on the weekends. i cant even finish a run without worrying about running into a child. The last time I was there kids were playing on the hills on the back of the mountain rolling huge snowballs onto the paths while people were trying to ski/board and the staff didnt seem to care at all! tldr; its not anywhere near worth the cost of the lift ticket. if it were $40 a day i probably wouldnt complain

14 hours ago - Wilmot Mountain.

Devils Head +

Trails towards the double diamond were ice and bad to ski on and going towards the bunny hills they were good, lines were short, lifts were painfully slow

1 day(s) ago - Devils Head.

Variable Conditions 1"

Good conditions and only a 30 wait to get on the main lift on a Sunday. Some runs are still not open.

2 day(s) ago - Granite Peak Ski Area.


Wilmot was super nice, but I don't like how the runs are super short and how the lifts are just so slow and long. The operators stop at literally anything. A kid can swing and they'll stop it. Miss the old charm of wilmot. Sad...

3 day(s) ago - Wilmot Mountain.

Hard Packed
Michael's iPhone

$13M in upgrades here. They should have put it into high speed detachable lifts. The lifts still are still terrible!!!!

3 day(s) ago - Wilmot Mountain.

Hard Packed