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Mt. Hood Meadows Lift Tickets

Lift Ticket & Season Pass Prices for Mt. Hood Meadows

How much is a lift ticket at Mt. Hood Meadows? Find the latest Mt. Hood Meadows lift ticket costs for a single day along with a multi-day pass wherever that information is available and provided by the ski resort. Tab over to Season Passes to see the various options that Mt. Hood Meadows offers returning skiers and riders. For the most up-to-date prices, deals and discounts or to purchase lift tickets and season passes, visit the Mt. Hood Meadows website directly.

Mt. Hood Meadows Resort Lift Tickets | Most Current Pricing

Last Updated: Oct 17, 2016
Day Child
(0-6)
Junior
(7-14)
Adult
(15-64)
Senior
(65-74)
Weekday US$10.00 US$44.00 US$79.00 US$54.00
Weekend US$10.00 US$44.00 US$79.00 US$54.00
Half Day US$10.00 US$44.00 US$64.00 US$54.00
2-day pass - - - -
6-day pass - - - -
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Adult pricing is for 7 hour pass from first scan. Afternoon pass is for 4 hour pass from first scan.

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