Late Season Deals 2016

Snow Travelista

By Snow Travelista \ April 6 2016 \ 0 Comments

Spring deals are sprouting! Okay, that was lame. But there are good deals to be had right now. Here’s what I found both on deals, plus a few access details that have changed in recent weeks.

Utah Lift Ticket Deals

Alta Ski Area

Buy online at least four days in advance to get the best prices. Today I found weekday tickets available for $50.

Park City

Now is the time to buy a season pass for 2016/2017. The Epic Local Pass is priced at $609 and they will throw in 6 Buddy Passes if purchased before April 10th.

Powder Mountain

There’s powder and deals to be had at PowMow this week!

From now until closing day on April 10th - $44 - Adult Day Pass (19-74 years old). Kids 12 and under ski/ride free accompanied with adult.

$25 - 13 to 18 years old and College Students (must present valid college ID).

Snowbird

Spring Passes are $329 from now until closing day. See their Spring Pass page for details on lift operations and closing dates.

Snowbasin

Great news! Snowbasin has had so much snow this season, they are staying open another week to April 17th! Buy your 2016/2017-season pass before closing day and ski the remainder of this season for free.

Solitude

Buy tickets online for great deals. The quantities are limited, so buy as soon as you make plans. Today I found tickets as low as $37!

 

Changes to Ski Bus Schedule

Heads up Ski Bus riders, the service comes to an end this month. The exact date depends on the route, so check before go. My understanding is that the latest date is April 10th, this weekend.


Utah Resort Closing Dates

I don’t want it to end, but sadly, some resorts have already closed and the lists will stop spinning at others soon. Here are the latest dates: Resort Closing Dates

Local’s Tip: Check Snowbird’s site if you just can’t get enough elsewhere, they stay open well after the others! Conditions determine the exact date. Currently May 30th is the plan with closures during the week.

 

Erika Wiggins is a writer with a passion for travel, adventure sports, and good coffee. She first visited Utah on assignment to learn to ski. Three months later, she packed up and moved to Utah to ski The Greatest Snow on Earth every season. Today she scours Utah’s ski-scene looking for inspired vacation ideas and tricks to make each visitor’s stay extraordinary. Planning an exclusive getaway or need a resort with childcare or other specific amenities? Ask her for advice. Erika shares tips and inspiration with visitors from across the United States and the world. She is Ski Utah’s travel guru.