Lift Ticket Prices for Ski Resorts in Banff

How much is a lift ticket at Banff ski resorts? Find the latest prices for single day, half day and multi-day adult and child lift tickets at Banff 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.

Banff Resort Lift Tickets | Most Current Pricing

ResortChild WeekdayAdult WeekdayChild 6-day passAdult 6-day pass
CAD$ 39.00CAD$ 104.00CAD$ 243.00CAD$ 641.00I'll Take It
CAD$ 29.00CAD$ 74.00--
CAD$ 42.00CAD$ 109.00--
Banff lift ticket prices are provided to OnTheSnow.com 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

anonymous

nice groomers and moguls, a bit icy but the views were unbelievable

20 hours ago - Lake Louise

Mike Litorus

not much fresh but still really good skiing. pretty cold in the morning but warmed up a bit. good parking and friendly staff today. good day

21 hours ago - Sunshine Village

Nice resorts Good, king runs. Blues are challenging but not too difficult. Snow was good today and mainly groomed. Colder and icier at the top.

4 day(s) ago - Lake Louise

Packed powder

Blue bird and fresh lines #backdoor

5 day(s) ago - Sunshine Village

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QM

Report for Sunday, Feb 12; intermediate rider. The best days to go were Friday and Saturday for the powder. By the time Sunday rolled around,  there was no new snow. It was not busy at all, you practically had the whole run to yourself and short lineups for the lifts (no more than 5 min). The runs were groomed with a considerable amount of random bumps here and there. I didn't hit any icy patches on the backside. There was some powder in the treelines of the backside, but most of the  runs were tracked out. Overall, the conditions were decent considering there was no new snow. 

9 day(s) ago - Lake Louise

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