New this year, Winter Park Resort will be limited single day lift tickets and all lift tickets must be purchased in advance to guarantee your ski days. Lift ticket sales will begin on Nov. 1st, 2020 at 10 a.m. and there will be blackout dates. Don't delay buying your tickets this year!
Things will be different at Winter Park Resort for the 20/21 ski season including mandatory mask wearing, social distancing measures, limited ticket sales, changing restaurant operations, decreased lesson availability, and no childcare options. Stay up to date here.
If you plan on skiing 4+ days during your vacation/season, check out the price on the different passes that are available. Depending on the time of the year you plan to ski, it might be cheaper to purchase a pass - and some passes including discounts on dining & retail. Here's what's currently available for passes:
Military discounts are valid to active military and retired military with 20+ years of service. Show your military ID at the lift ticket window and you will get Winter Park Resort lift tickets for a discounted rate. Discounted rates fluctuate throughout the season, however a typical rate during non-peak times would be approximately $89 for an adult ticket. *subject to change
The military discount is only valid on single day lift tickets, so if you plan on skiing 4+ days, it's usually cheaper to purchase one of the pass options.SEE PASS & TICKET OPTIONS
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Winter Park Resort has an exciting hands-free lift ticket system that will let you cruise onto the lifts without taking your pass out of your pocket.
All lift tickets and passes are issued on plastic cards with integrated chip technology. Once placed in your ski coat or pants, the pass will be detected as you enter the lift terminal 'gate' and the barrier will automatically open to let you through.
This means that lift attendants no longer need to use the hand scanner, making the whole process faster and more convenient for all.