Ski Vermont Deals and Packages
The only thing skiers and snowboarders love more than being on snow is doing so for less. That’s why Vermont resorts have created a multitude of deals and packages specifically so loyal skiers and riders can save money while hitting the slopes. Looking for multi-mountain deals? Don’t forget about Ski Vermont’s Take 3 Pass and 5th Grade Passport.
Ski and Stay packages in the slopeside, ski-in, ski-out Inn at Bolton Valley start at just $59 per person, per night. Package includes ski-to-your-door lodging, lift tickets, breakfast and unlimited use of the on-site Sports Center including indoor pool, sauna and hot tub.
Adult All Access Season passes provide season long access to the lifts, Nordic skiing and the Sports Center check boltonvalley.com for current pricing.
Tickets are just $25 on every non-peak Monday this season. Also, night tickets are just $25 every Tuesday through Saturday night from 4-10pm.
For all the skiing and riding, plus savings of up to $100 when purchased by October 15, a Bromley Season Pass is an easy choice. Not quite ready to commit? Try a Sun Mountain Card – it literally pays for itself on purchase. Each card comes with one free lift ticket, plus up to $30 off single day lift tickets all season long. Multipacks on Kids Lessons are available all season long, but on sale at big discounts pre-season.
With new, lower season pass pricing for 2017-18 plus big discounts when you buy before October 11th a Killington Season Pass is one of the best deals in New England. Killington kicks off the winter season with an exclusive day just for pass holders, and keep the lifts turning well into May and sometimes June thanks to their snowmaking system which fires from October through March. But it's more than just the long season. With steeps, parks, glades and cruisers spread across seven peaks including Pico Mountain, Killington’s got more variety, more thrills and more adventure.
Mad River Glen
Skiers can get a free season pass for kids 12 and under with the purchase of a Family Mad Card or any Adult Season Pass. Kids must be signed up before October 15 to qualify. Season passes and Mad Cards purchased pre-season are the best values offered.
Magic has some of the lowest season pass prices around and new ownership is committed to keeping skiing as affordable as possible. Passes (all under $600) are on sale until October 15th. New passes, like the Couples Pass save you money ($100) for just living together, and kids passes from 6-17 are less than $300. Young adults, 18-29 years old can get passes for $279, and Magic even has a White Out pass for those who just want to ski all the holidays at Magic and escape the crowds at other resort (only $259). This October Magic will also re-launch the Throwback Card, which lets you ski Magic any day, all season for $29 per day. Throwback prices for a throwback mountain. Limited quantities will be available on a first come first serve basis before prices go up from $99.
Mount Snow Resort
When it comes to deals, the thing to remember is "Buy Early and Save!" The earlier you book, the more you save, from lift tickets starting at just $12, to Best Rate Guarantee lift and lodging packages starting at $101 per person, per night. The key is to get them before they're gone for good.
Looking to pull the trigger on a season pass, but don't want to be stuck with one mountain? Mount Snow welcomes back our greatest pass offering yet, the Peak Pass, which features a total of six pass options valid at seven resorts across four states in the Northeast.
Mountain Top Inn and Resort
Mountain Top Inn and Resort offers a variety of packages geared to couples or families. The Killington Ski and Mountain Top Stay offers the best of both worlds for two guests for two nights starting at $645 with a complimentary shuttle to Killington Resort. Moonlight In Vermont includes a two night stay for two with a three course dinner, sleigh ride, massages and more.
Okemo Mountain Resort
Skiers and riders who purchase any Okemo season pass are eligible to purchase a M.A.X. Pass add-on. You get five days, with no blackout days, at each of 42 other resorts across North America. That’s a potential 210 days of skiing and riding for one low price as an add-on to your Okemo season pass. Planning a trip out West or just want to sample some other resorts closer to home? The M.A.X. Pass can help with that while your season pass gives you plenty of days at your home mountain, Okemo, all winter long.
The Quechee Club
Ski Quechee is offering lift ticket ten packs for only $350 this year. That is 10 full day adult or child lift tickets for only $35 per ticket. No blackout dates. Save them for yourself or share them with friends or family.
Stowe Mountain Resort
Take everything you don’t like about the start of your day at any ski resort and make it easy. As easy as walking from your car directly to the lift, then go skiing. That’s the ByPass program at Stowe Mountain Resort. Simply sign up for free online get your RFID card and then go direct to the lift every day you ski or ride in Stowe. Add to that, instantaneous savings by automatically paying the discounted ByPass rate the first time you’re scanned at the lift each day.
Stratton Mountain Resort
Get the most out of winter with a Stratton season pass. Skiers and riders ages 19-32 and under can enjoy the Strattitude Pass with no blackout dates for the low price of $349 if purchased by mid-December.
Great deals are available all winter, including the One Nighter, where two adults stay and ski two days starting at $199. Or stay a while and ski and stay 2 to 4 days and nights in select Stratton properties with rates starting from just $89 per person. Package includes nightly lodging, daily lift tickets and Stratton Fitness and Training Center access.
The Mountain Collective Pass, good at 16 of the best winter destinations in the world, includes two free tickets to each resort and another 50% off tickets after that. The Boomer Pass gives those ages 65 and up skiing midweek, non-holiday all year long for just $169. The For20s pass returns this season for those 19-29 years old at just $499 (another $80 offers midweek skiing at Mad River Glen). Additionally, with Mad River Glen (MRG), college students can take advantage of the Threesome Pass – good for skiing at Sugarbush’s two mountains and MRG. Sugarbush also significantly dropped prices on a number of its other season passes including the Adult Premium Pass and the Value Pass, which grants unlimited access to Mt. Ellen and midweek and non-holiday access to Lincoln Peak for just $599.
The Woodstock Inn and Resort
The Woodstock Inn & Resort offers exciting vacation packages and specials that are tailored to each visitor. Choose from endless options including family vacation deals, ski & stay packages, spa retreats and unique Vermont getaways. If you’re searching for a reason to visit New England, they have the resort deal you’re looking for.
Trapp Family Lodge
Having 2,500 pristine acres on the Trapp Family Lodge estate lends itself to world-class Nordic skiing on trails crafted by this famous family. Book the Tyrolean Ski Package and enjoy daily breakfast, daily ski rentals, one 60-minute ski lesson per adult, and lunch at the Slayton Pasture Cabin.