A single lift ticket to Aspen Snowmass provides access to our four mountains. Plan to play ahead of time and ski or ride for less.
A lift ticket to Aspen Snowmass provides access to 5,500+ acres of some of North America’s best terrain. When you buy your lift tickets at least seven days ahead of time, you’ll score the best pricing and experience, all season long. Save up to $50 a day on four or more days and up to $30 a day for 2-day and 3-day lift tickets.
Aspen Snowmass is prepared to limit its capacity to protect our guest experience during busy periods when lift tickets can potentially sell out. Throughout the 2022-2023 season, be rewarded with smaller wait times and bigger ski days when you opt to ski or ride on weekdays.
Early Opening pricing coming soon!
Lift Ticket Guarantee
- You will receive an internal monetary credit for the per day value of any unused days on your lift ticket. Simply bring your ticket to any ticket office or call within 14 days of expiration to receive the credit.
- You may use your credit towards future purchases of lift tickets, lessons, winter activities, or equipment rentals in the current season or through the close of the following season. Your credit may not be used to purchase merchandise or food.
- You may transfer your monetary credit to someone else—just let us know who will be using the credit and we’ll put it in their name.
- Credit is valid during the season in which it is issued and the season immediately following.
Lift Ticket FAQs
Q: What are the 2022-2023 season dates?
A: We’ll open Aspen and Snowmass Mountain for the winter season on November 24, 2022.
-Aspen Mountain: November 24, 2022 - April 16, 2023
-Snowmass: November 24, 2022 - April 16, 2023
-Aspen Highlands: December 10, 2022 - April 9, 2023
-Buttermilk: December 17, 2022 - April 2, 2023
Q: How do I use my multi-day lift tickets?
A: Multi-day lift tickets must be used within 10 days.
Q: For how long are lift tickets valid?
A: 1-day tickets are valid for the date specified only. 2–7-day tickets are valid out of a 10-day window from the start date specified.
Q: Why is it more expensive to ski on weekends?
A: We have priced our tickets and passes in a way to help incentivize skiing during non-peak periods, both week-to-week and for the entire season. This strategy is designed to spread the flow of guests and help manage capacity so that we can operate safely and provide the best guest experience. By booking your multi-day trip in advance, you’re guaranteed to unlock the best deals!
Q: How do I bypass the ticket office and minimize in-person contact this season?
A: Purchase your lift tickets, lessons, rentals and activities online or by phone. Skip the ticket lines and pick up your Aspen Card at any of our Pickup Box locations. Before you leave home, visit the new Aspen Snowmass Account Portal and take care of all the details that will make your trip seamless once you arrive in-resort. Sign digital waivers, update your profiles, and access confirmations all from the comfort of your home. The portal will lead you through a simple step-by-step process to cover all your bases including instructions on downloading the Aspen Snowmass App before you arrive.
Once you arrive, the updated Aspen Snowmass App will give you access to everything you need to enjoy your trip. Add additional days to your lift ticket, purchase lessons and rentals, order food at select on-mountain restaurants, sign waivers, and access in-App rewards and Passholder Benefits. You can still access all of your favorite App features including tracking skier days and bowl laps, checking snow reports, weather, parking lot status, and more.
If you would prefer, we’re always here and happy to assist you at one of our ticket office locations with appropriate safety measures in place this winter.
Q: What’s your refund policy on lift tickets?
A: All completely unused lift tickets (I.E., all 4 days of a 4-day lift ticket have not been used) are fully refundable back to the original form of payment. The monetary value on partially used lift products (I.E., 3 days of a 4-day lift ticket have been used) can be rolled over for use of purchases made for on-mountain products the following season (lift tickets, rentals, lessons and season passes).
Q: Are reservations required to ski or ride at any Ikon Pass destination?
A: For the 2022-2023 winter season, lift reservations will be required at Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Big Sky Resort, The Summit at Snoqualmie, Loon Mountain, Taos Ski Valley, and Brighton Resort. Reservations can be made in MyAccount on ikonpass.com once your Ikon Base Pass has been issued. Please note, Ikon Base Passes do not provide access to Aspen Snowmass or Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Q: Are reservations required to ski or ride at Aspen Snowmass with a Mountain Collective Pass?
A: Yes, lift reservations to ski and ride are required during the 2022-2023 ski season to help manage capacity and improve the guest experience. Reservations will be available starting mid-September.