Peak-Day Lift Ticket prices reach new heights for 2022-23 season

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Reporting by The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast shows that Colorado ski destinations in Vail and Beaver Creek reached $275 for a peak-day, single-day lift ticket for 2022-23.

Stuart Winchester who reported on the prices for The Storm Skiing Journal compares the Vail and Beaver Creek peak-day prices to other high-priced tickets around the country. Notably, Park City occupies the third highest price in the category at a whopping $259. Alterra Mountain Co. resorts occupy three of the highest prices featured in their survey.

Winchester reported on peak-day prices for days including Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. Similar peak-day lift prices as of September 6 (which are subject to change) for other Utah resorts not mentioned include the following:

  • Alta lists general peak-day prices at $159 (but did not include specific peak day prices)
  • Deer Valley lists prices between $229-$259
  • Solitude lists prices around $125

Season pass prices have been listed as the following for 2022-23:

  • Epic Pass $859
  • Deer Valley Season Pass $2,675 (prices increase in October)
  • Solitude Season Pass $465

Other resorts like Snowbasin and Brighton have yet to release prices for 2022-23 lift tickets.

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