Snowmass Lift Ticket Options Explained

Your Aspen Snowmass lift tickets and passes grant you access to all four ski areas, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass. That is a whopping 5517 acres and 40 lifts giving you access to 336 runs that receive over 300 inches (7.6 m) of light dry powder snow each season via one lift ticket.

Snowmass Lift Tickets For Adults, Seniors, Teens, and Child

There are regular adult lift tickets (18-64), child (0-6) teen 1-17), and senior (65+) day and multi-day lift tickets. There are also season passes available for those lucky enough to ski and ride for the season. Seasons passes are the best value if you want unlimited skiing.

We can arrange all of your Aspen Snowmass lift tickets for you this winter with a specific IKON pass (details below and conditions apply) or regular Aspen Snowmass lift tickets when you package up your vacation with us.

Snowmass And The IKON Pass

If you have an IKON Pass, you receive 7 days shared between Aspen, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass. A lift reservation is also required.

If you have an IKON Base Plus Pass (The Base Pass with the $150 upgrade) you receive 5 days of skiing between Aspen, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass. A lift reservation is also required. And there are blackout days, when you won’t be able to access any of the ski resorts.

Aspen Snowmass IKON Pass

  • 7 Days of access shared between: Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk.
  • No Blackout days.
  • Lift reservations required.
  • With a reservation, the IKON Pass works just like a regular lift ticket.

Aspen Snowmass Ikon Base Plus Pass

  • 5 Days of access shared between: Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk.
  • Blackout days.
  • Lift reservations required.
  • With a reservation, the IKON Pass works just like a regular lift ticket.

Aspen Snowmass Ikon Base Pass

  • Do not buy this pass if you plan on skiing Aspen Snowmass.
  • No access

IKON Session Pass

  • Do not buy this pass if you plan on skiing Aspen Snowmass.
  • No Access

For a full rundown of each pass, with prices and IKON blackout dates check out the IKON Pass Explained page.

Aspen Snowmass And The Mountain Collective Pass

Aspen Snowmass is also part of the Mountain Collective Pass, where you receive 2 days of skiing shared between: Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk. Note: Lift reservations are required.

Other Things To Know About Aspen Snowmass Lift Tickets

There are multiple season passes types options available for Aspen Snowmass skiers this season. Season passes come in a range of price points depending on your age. Lift tickets also come in various price points depending on your age. Aspen Snowmass lift tickets are great value as you gain access to Aspen Ski Resort, Buttermilk Ski Resort, Aspen Highlands Ski Resort, and Snowmass Ski Resort. A lift ticket is your best friend compared to having an uphill pass. The ski season runs from mid-November to mid-April each ski season. If you have any problems, the staff in the ticket office and extremely helpful. You can buy more than one lift ticket at a time. More than a one-day lift ticket is known as a multiple-day ski lift ticket. Lift ticket prices can vary so the earlier you back the better and the more money you can save. Completely unused lift tickets cant be redeemed unless under special circumstances. You can also book equipment rentals through us. Aspen Snowmass ski areas are famous for a reason – they are brilliant places to vacation. Make sure you purchase lift tickets asap, through us, so you don’t miss out.

Bundle your Snowmass lift tickets and lodging here.