Lift Ticket Prices for Ski Resorts in Vermont

How much is a lift ticket at Vermont ski resorts? Find the latest prices for single day adult and child lift tickets at Vermont 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.

Vermont Resort Lift Tickets | Most Current Pricing

Resort Child Weekday Adult Weekday Child 6-day pass Adult 6-day pass
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US$ 48.00 US$ 74.00 - -
US$ 0.00 US$ 64.00 - -
US$ 20.00 US$ 82.00 - - I'll Take It
- US$ 105.00 - - I'll Take It
US$ 0.00 US$ 65.00 - -
US$ 32.00 US$ 49.00 - -
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US$ 68.00 US$ 90.00 US$ 329.00 US$ 490.00 I'll Take It
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US$ 0.00 US$ 72.00 - - I'll Take It
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- - - - I'll Take It
- US$ 97.00 - -
US$ 10.00 US$ 30.00 - -
Vermont 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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Sat 2/25 - Wow, what a difference a week makes. Warm today and the surface was a mix of mashed potatoes, granular, and a little bit of chunk, not the typical Spring surface...and it's still February of course. it's good enough above freezing for now to hit it, but the top 1/4 of the mountain is starting g to show a lot of the granite obstacles that typically appear in late March. Let's hope the keep those compressors around for an extra week because the bottom 3/4 of the mountain has plenty of snow, but the top won't last much longer without some help. For now it's fine. In days below freezing there will be some large ice patches due to the massive amount of melting that they have had. Let's hope their groomers and snowmakers can work their magic and extend things into mid April. Same goes for probably everywhere else in the Northeast. Fingers crossed.

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Sierra cement. Where the snow was deep is now thick and heavy. Lots of bare spots on the bump runs. Did not see any ice. Although it's not looking good tomorrow. Hoping for quick change over to snow tonight.

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Skied 2/25. Horrible conditions even considering the warm temps. Don't waste your money.

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