|Valid for: 2022-2023Price expires: Apr 30, 2023||49.00||599.00||699.00||599.00|
Last update of prices 2022 Aug 26. Disclaimer: Lift ticket prices are provided to OnTheSnow directly by the mountain resorts and those resorts are responsible for their accuracy. Season prices and daily ticket prices are subject to change. Call resort for updates.
Last Updated: Nov 11, 2018
Last update of prices 2018 Nov 11. Disclaimer: Lift ticket prices are provided to OnTheSnow directly by the mountain resorts and those resorts are responsible for their accuracy. Season prices and daily ticket prices are subject to change. Call resort for updates.
How many times will you visit Bluewood resort? Even if planning on skiing just a few times at Bluewood, a season pass is often the best choice for skiers and riders. A season pass typically pays for itself after just a few days on the mountain. Skiers can choose from various season passes.
Season Pass holders get the best lift ticket price and tons of benefits.
Alternatively, consider a pass from one of the major pass companies. Check out our season pass buying guides below.
Get ready for the 2022-2023 ski season with an estimated start date of 2022 Dec 17 and a tentative end date of 2023 Apr 02. With the 26 slopes and 3 lifts, ski pass holders have a lot to get excited about for the upcoming ski season.
Daily Lift Tickets for the 2022-2023 ski season vary depending on whether you buy your lift ticket before the season starts, during the peak season or at the end of the season. Other factors include age and the number of days you plan on skiing. Some ski resorts offer dynamic lift ticket pricing, which means the price changes depending on the time of year and how far in advance you buy the lift ticket.
Our tip: You can buy cheaper ski passes before the season begins and toward the end of the season, during what’s considered spring skiing. If the ski resort offers dynamic ski pass prices, it is worth buying a ski pass in advance. Typically, you can also save money by buying ski passes online, rather than paying them at the ticket window on the day you plan on skiing.
Read more on the best ways to find discounted lift tickets.
Lift tickets can be purchased online through a resort website, or in person at the ski resort’s ticket window. For detailed information call the ski resort at (509) 382-4725.
Purchasing your tickets in advance is the best way to save money. We recommend checking out the resort’s special offers page for a variety of deals on lift tickets, lodging, retail, and more. Additionally, ski resorts often send special offers to their email subscribers.