Keystone and Summit County skiers and snowboarders on a quest for affordable lift tickets still have a few options this season. We have rounded up a list of lift ticket prices during the remainder of the season at Summit County resorts including Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain, and Breckenridge.
At SummitCove, we recommend that non-pass holders check with Liftopia.com for advance ticket purchases. It is usually possible to save a couple of dollars by heading to a grocery store on your way to Keystone. We have also discovered that lift tickets are sold at Walmart. The most recent prices that have been posted range from $103 for a 1-day Breckenridge and Keystone lift ticket to $494 for a 6 day lift ticket. Children’s pricing starts at $59 and goes up to $240 for the 6-day option. Discounted prices are also available for nearby Copper Mountain Resort.
Arapahoe Basin is also offering a perfect option for discounts with he Spring 3 Pass, which is on sale through April 17, 2012. The pass is valid for 3 days of skiing or riding at Arapahoe Basin ski area through the rest of the 2011/2012 season, which is tentatively scheduled through June. If skiers or riders use more than 3 days, the pass is reloadable for $54 a day lift passes.
For details about pricing, we recommend that you call ahead to make sure that you understand the options and availability. This could definitely be a great way to save on late season pricing. Another great way to save is to take advantage of reduced lodging rates in March, and the SummitCove spring sale. We are currently offering 30% off on many properties during April ski vacations to Keystone, Breckenridge, A Basin or Copper Mountain.
Contact a SummitCove Vacation Planner today for details about reserving your Keystone Resort lodging.