2016-17 Lift Rates Roundup

December 2, 2016

Sunset in winter glades

Even though it’s raining I figure I’d better start posting some ski content on here. It’s time to switch my mindset into full gear with or without snow on the ground. Last year’s Rate Roundup was updated on Dec 14, 2015 with no flakes in sight. There’s hope still. See below for my comprehensive list of lift rates from area ski resorts and other mid-atlantic mountains for 2017.

2017 LIFT TICKET RATES
Please note there are about 5 billion pricing tiers on each website. I took the simplest measures I could, finding Adult Full-Day Prices and flex pricing that I am really going to take advantage of this year. Feel free to click to download the full .pdf for printing.

Ski Lift Rates 2017 - ChristinaSkis.com Blog

Ski Lift Rates 2017 - ChristinaSkis.com Blog
(click to download .pdf)

SEASON PASS EXTRA-MOUNTAIN BENEFITS
It’s too late to buy, I know. You weren’t thinking about it in May and now season pass pricing is through the roof. But get this, other than unlimited skiing and riding, there’s a few more awesome advantages! Play your cards right if you have a pass from one of the mountains around here, and listen up.

1. Regional Resort Swap Program:
If you have a Full or Unlimited Season Pass to…

  • Seven Springs Mountain Resort
  • Hidden Valley
  • Laurel Mountain
  • Wisp Resort
  • Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Receive one complimentary full day lift ticket and afterwards a 50% discount on regularly priced ski and snowboard lift tickets for any additional visit to the other mountains listed (excluding Saturdays and holiday periods). Um, YES!

2. Wisp’s Sister Resort Program:
Wisp Season Passholders can get 6 complimentary lift tickets at Wintergreen Resort in Virginia, Ragged Mountain Resort in New Hampshire and Mount Washington Alpine Resort in British Columbia. Also, YES.

Good luck and pray for snow!

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