If you’re not careful, the cost of Wyoming lift tickets are going to sneak up on you. Avoid buying your tickets until you’re already at the resort, and the tickets might just end up being the most expensive part of your trip, rivaling even your ski lodging.

Listed below are all of the West Virginia ski resorts on their prices for ski passes for the 2017-18 REGULAR SEASON. Prices rise and fall depending on ski dates and the time of the season–even day-to-day–and thus the deals we have might be higher/lower than listed here. These prices are listed for a normal non-Holiday, non-weekend in January.

Ski Resort 1-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Ticket
Lift Ticket Deals
$255 $109 View Deals
$126 N/A View Deals
$374 N/A View Deals
$120 N/A View Deals
$108 N/A View Deals
$165 N/A View Deals
$147 $84 View Deals
$144 N/A View Deals

We’ve seen some Wyoming lift tickets go as high as $120 per day. Thankfully, there are ways to avoid paying the resort window cost on lift tickets without introducing a bunch of hassles to your trip planning. Especially when you make your reservations online with Wyoming Ski Authority.

Tips for Saving on Your Wyoming Lift Tickets

Most resorts presell lift tickets for less popular weekends at steep discounts. This is great for you as long as you plan on skiing one of those dates. However, the number of tickets is usually limited, so once you know the planned dates for your trip, get online and purchase your tickets. Another way to save money on your lift tickets in Wyoming is to take advantage of ski-and-stay bundles. These bundles are partnerships between the resort and various hotels in the area. When you book one of these bundles, you will get a room and a lift ticket, both at a reasonable discount.

If your hotel doesn’t have a ski and stay bundle, ask the front desk about any possible discounts. As locals, they will usually have the best information on any discounts available. In most cases, resorts will offer coupons to local businesses to encourage impulse skiing. Although these are usually designed for locals, there’s no reason you can’t take advantage of those discounts

Remember, however, that the resort window is the last place you want to buy lift tickets. Once you’re there without a coupon, the resort is going to charge you the maximum amount that they can. They know you just want to get out on the slopes. Don’t get caught paying full price when a little planning can save you a lot of money.

Check with the Wyoming Ski Authority

We are constantly updating our information to bring you the latest lift ticket prices and deals. Let our work help you make the best decision about when and where to ski. After all, this is your vacation. Let us help you get Wyoming lift tickets so you can enjoy yourself out on the slopes. And if you have specific questions about your tickets, other aspects of your Wyoming ski trip, feel free to reach out and write to us with your questions.