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Alpine Passes

Find freedom in flexibility this season and choose between one or two days of skiing and riding per week, with no blackout dates.

Skier from above, looking at the reeling below, as he skies down in powder on a snowy day at Aspen Snowmass

Bluebird or whiteout; hard charging or casual cruising; weekends or weekdays; first chair to last lap—no day at Aspen Snowmass is ever the same. Discover the best of winter on your terms with the Alpine Pass, giving you the flexibility to explore our four mountains on whichever days of the week work best for you. Choose between the Alpine Pass 1-Day for a single day to use per week or the Alpine Pass 2-Day to double your days and your freedom to hit the slopes whenever you can.

The Alpine Pass 1-Day and 2-Day have no blackout dates and the week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday.

Alpine Pass Pricing

Super Early Pricing

Begins June 25

Early Pricing

Begins Sept. 14

Regular Pricing

Begins Nov. 30

Alpine 2-Day

$2,079

(insurance: $146)

$2,279

(insurance: $160)

$2,449

(insurance: $172)

Alpine 1-Day

$1,419

(insurance: $100)

$1,554

(insurance: $109)

$1,699

(insurance: $119)

Alpine Pass Benefits

  • No blackout dates
  • Alpine 1-Day Pass allows one day of skiing and riding per week, Monday through Sunday
  • Alpine 2-Day Pass allows two days of skiing and riding per week, Monday through Sunday
  • Purchase additional days for 50% off the 1-day in-resort lift ticket rate
  • Spend more time on the slopes and less time in a ticket office with "Direct to Lift." Enable this complimentary feature at purchase to automatically charge your associated credit card with the discounted day rate when you scan your pass at a gate to proceed directly to the lift.
  • A membership to Protect Our Winters (POW), a nonprofit mobilizing outdoor enthusiasts to be effective climate advocates and protect the places they love.

Aspen Snowmass Season Pass FAQs

Season Pass FAQs

From season dates and season pass benefits to pass insurance and policies, we're here to help answer your questions about our Season Passes.

Alpine Pass Details

Season Pass Insurance

Travel Guard Multi-Event Insurance

2024-2025 season passes are nonrefundable. Travel Guard’s Multi-Event insurance plan can help cover your investment if you need to cancel your season pass for covered reasons prior to the beginning of the ski season or if other covered unforeseen circumstances arise during the ski season. A closure due to Covid-19 is not a covered reason. Visit https://partners.travelguard.com/multievent or call Travel Guard at 866-385-4839 for more information. To add pass insurance please contact Aspen Snowmass at 970-923-1227or 877-282-7736.

Season Pass Policies

2024-2025 season passes are non-transferable and subject to fines if misused. A person may only have one Aspen Snowmass season pass per season, not including the Aspen Snowmass Uphill Pass, Ikon or The Mountain Collective Passes. Subject to all terms and conditions of the pass agreement, season passes offer access to our four mountains when they are open and operating to the public. We are skiers at heart who want to ski every day we are able. However, Aspen Snowmass makes no guarantees about season length, opening and closing dates, or that the mountains will all be open every day.

Circumstances, including snow, wind, avalanche, weather conditions, health concerns, public safety, or other unforeseeable circumstances beyond our control may cause us to limit access to our mountains for a period of time. When access is limited for any reason, you may not be able to utilize your pass.

Explore Other Pass Options

Each of our season passes grant you access to 5,500+ acres across our four unique mountains—each with its own spirit and big personality.