The prices listed below have been updated for the 2013-2014 ski season. All of the lift ticket prices shown below are based on a 2 day lift ticket window purchase. Deeper discounted rates are available for multiple day ski pass purchases. The very worst price you can get is to pay for a ticket at the window. We are still in th early season until Dec 20. After that, their window prices are on the level with the class and sheen of this resort.
|Ticket Category||Adult (18-64)||Child (7-12)||Youth (13-77)||Senior (65-69)|
|7 Day Advance Purchase||$109||$73||$100||$100|
Lift tickets here are valid at any of the four ski resorts in the Aspen/Snowmass area: Aspen Mountain (Ajax), Buttermilk, Snowmass, and Aspen Highlands. This is a pretty great deal--or at least it's a very convenient deal--if you want to visit all the different hills in the area.
Some sterotypes are hard to shake when you have some of the priciest lift tickets in the state. Aspen and Vail are yet again going toe-to-toe for the most expensive Colorado lift ticket award. Fortunately, because you came to us first, you'll never have to say that moderately famous Dumb & Dumber quote:
Now we don’t have enough money to get to Aspen, we don’t have enough money to get home, we don’t have enough money to eat, we don’t have enough money to sleep!
You can afford to eat! Don't wait and walk up to the window, check here for the current lift ticket deals - Liftopia.com.
Another great way to save money on lift tickets is to buy them as part of a lodging package. You can use this link to find "Ski free" deals for Aspen as part of a lodging package - MountainReservations.com.