Mount Snow is one of the more famous mountains in Vermont. Home to the first snowboard park on the East Coast, this ski mountain has groomed many famous Olympians and professional X-Games athletes. Whether you’re itching to tear it up on the terrain park or just want to test the 1700-foot vertical, you need a lift ticket to get onto the slopes. Unfortunately, Mount Snow knows it’s a great resort and they charge accordingly. Listed below are the walk-up prices for 2015-2016 lift tickets at this mountain.

Ouch. Don’t Pay Walk-up Prices

You should realize that the walk up pricing at Mount Snow is the highest price you can pay for a lift ticket. After all, the resort knows that once you get there, your main concern is getting out on the slopes. Lift ticket prices are often seen as non-negotiable and a standard price of admission. Don’t be fooled. You can save so much money by saying no to the walk-up pricing and going elsewhere for great discount Mount Snow lift tickets.

So How to Save

Rule One of saving money and getting discount Mount Snow lift tickets is to make plans in advance. In general, the farther in advance you purchase your lift tickets, the more you’re going to save. With our help, you can make sure you’re getting the best savings for your vacation. We’re always updating our pricing to ensure you get the best deals. In addition, the more money you save on lift tickets, the more you can spend on other awesome activities on or near the mountain.

With Mount Snow, there aren’t many blackout dates for prepurchasing your discount Mount Snow lift tickets. They just vary the discount. However, if you don’t like the discount you’re seeing for the time you’re traveling, there are other ways to save money. Ski & Stay packages are a perfect answer for an impromptu getaway. You can stay slopeside at the Grand Summit or any other area lodging (like the condominiums, motels, or country inns) and get discount Mount Snow lift tickets included with the cost of your room. It’s a great way to spend a weekend.

On Half-Day Tickets

So, you didn’t get an advance ticket and you’re running late to the slopes. You might think that an Afternoon ticket is just the thing. You save about fifteen to twenty bucks and you can start skiing at about noon. It’s a win/win, right? Well, think about your vacation. Is it really worth missing out on hours of prime skiing when you’re only saving that little bit? Not really. Get the full day ticket and then let us help you get lift tickets for the rest of your stay. That way, you don’t have to worry about half-days or walk up prices.