We have a deal with Get Ski Tickets, who provide some great discounts for Ski Cooper ski passes. Click this button to see the current deals.
The lift ticket prices that are shown below have been updated for the 2016-17 ski season. These prices are valid for ski passes that are purchased at the Ski Cooper ticket window.
|Ticket Category||Ticket Window||Our Price||Deals|
|Adults Full Day (Ages 15+)||$50||$48|
|Adult Half Day||$40||N/A|
|Kids Full Day (6-14)||$30||$30|
|Children Under 5||FREE||N/A|
Discount lift tickets prices for 4-day lift tickets are shown below.
|Adults 4 Day||$169|
|Child 4 Day||$99|
Lift tickets are also available for 2 or 3 days. Also, for just $18 you can buy a ticket for your child that is valid for the magic carpet surface lift only.
According to Google Maps, it takes 1 h 39 min to get to Vail from Denver. It also says it takes 1 h 57 min to get to Ski Cooper. Just 18 minutes more and you can have a completely opposite day as you would in Vail...as it pertains to your wallet, and lines, and time skiing.
|Milage/Time||97.2 miles/1 h 39 min||108 miles/1 h 57 min|
|Gas ($2.50 price/gallon)||$9.72 (assuming 25 mpg)||$10.80 (assuming 25mpg)|
Now, Ski Cooper also offers the Chicago Ridge Snowcat Tours. The price for a day on this kittly is $299 (before tip). So instead of going to Vail for 3 times in the season (assuming you don’t have a pass), and you went to Ski Cooper instead, possibly even saving more more money by buying discount Ski Cooper lift tickets through liftopia. You could save more than enough to afford that cat trip, and leave a really nice tip. Just 18 little minutes…