Lift Ticket Prices for Ski Resorts in New Mexico

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

New Mexico Resort Lift Tickets | Most Current Pricing

ResortChild WeekdayAdult WeekdayChild 6-day passAdult 6-day pass
US$ 57.00US$ 77.00--
-US$ 20.00--
US$ 34.00US$ 49.00--
US$ 60.00US$ 76.00--
US$ 40.00US$ 55.00--
US$ 29.00US$ 45.00--
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US$ 48.00US$ 62.00--I'll Take It
US$ 65.00US$ 105.00US$ 312.00US$ 510.00I'll Take It
New Mexico 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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