Six areas have rates of $100 or more; Stowe sets record at $131.
Monday, November 27, 2017, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
2013-14 through 2017-18 Vermont Lift Ticket Prices
With the $100 threshold long surpassed, Vermont ticket prices have skyrocketed this season.
Stowe is once again the most expensive in New England, coming in at $131 for a full day adult weekend non-holiday lift ticket, a $7 increase over 2016-17. Stowe was the first to cross the $100 line in 2014-15. Mount Snow and Sugarbush reached the $100 threshold this season, joining Killington, Okemo, Stowe, and Stratton. Sugarbush posted the largest single season increase at $27, including RFID fee. All of the $100 or more ski areas offer deeply discounted lift tickets on their web sites for skiers purchasing tickets in advance.
Quechee remains the cheapest chairlift served ski area in the state at $45 per day.
The 2017-18 statewide mean is $87.76 per adult non-holiday weekend full day lift ticket, an 8% increase over 2016-17. The median price is $81.00, a 7% increase. The 2015-16 mean was $81.06 (3% increase over 2015-16) and median $76.00 (4% increase over 2015-16).