Oregon’s Mt. Hood Meadows revamped its lift ticket pricing for this winter. What does that mean for skiers and snowboarders? Ticket window rates are cheaper on weekends and holidays, and a new family day pass helps with the budget.
The resort eliminated its peak-day pricing that it used last year for major weekends and holidays. That means adults skiing on the weekend will pay $15 less than last year for a lift ticket. What used to be an $89 ticket is now $74. That adult ticket price is valid every day.
The resort also introduced a new Family Day Pass. No pre-purchase is necessary. It is available every day at all ticket windows. The Family Day Pass allows one adult purchasing a $74 ticket to buy up to two junior lift tickets for $19 each. Junior tickets are for ages 7-14 years old.
For more information on lift tickets, check here.