2021-22 Powder Pass
Going on sale mid to late October 2021. Stay tuned.
5 Lift Tickets Good Any Day Of The 2021-22 Winter Ski Season (No Restricted Dates)
$300 for Adults | $250 for Youth (ages 7-17).
Prices include tax.
Passes are assigned to individuals and not transferrable to others.
Each Powder Pass entitles bearer to 5 days and cannot be shared by multiple individuals on the same day or different days throughout the season.
Season Passes On Sale Now!
Prices are only going to go up from here…
In an effort to better manage visitation and capacities at the resort this season, we’ve added several new “time of day” lift ticket products we think you’re really going to like, including: Morning (9am – 1pm), Afternoon (1 – 5pm), Late Day (1 – 10pm, when we have night skiing) and All The Hours (9am – 10pm, when anything less than 13 hours of skiing and riding simply won’t do!).
PLEASE buy online in advance to:
– get the best price (will cost more at the ticket window) AND
– help keep our staff safe
Also, if you have a RFID Card from last year you can simply reload your purchase direct to the WTP# printed on the card and go straight from your car to the lifts!
If you are active duty military, a veteran, Indy Pass holder and/or have a promo offered by Ski Vermont, see below for redemption info. Otherwise, there really aren’t any deals to be found outside of our very own WebShop. Last year we were named the most affordable ski resort in the entire United States by an independent 3rd party auditing organization. We have not heard of such an audit this year, but suspect we remain in a similar position. The link below is how you can take advantage of this. Please do not ask for a discount via phone or ticket window. Thank you for your understanding.
$30 Nordic Midweek Special!
Looking for something new to do outside this winter? Look no further! Get your day ticket + rental package for just $30 Monday-Friday! Winter is here, and conditions are lovely on our nordic trails! With nearly 4 feet of snow since the beginning of January, the time to get out on the trails is now. Book ahead by calling this number: (802) 434-6876 or purchase in person at the Bolton Valley Nordic Center.
Deals Will Be Limited This Season
Let’s face it, deals will be in shorter supply this winter as we strive to balance Bolton Valley’s Safety & Survival so we can be here to thrive for years to come!
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we must control capacities at the mountain – both inside and outside – to keep everyone safe. With less patronage in our hotel, restaurants, retail shops, lessons/events programming and fewer lift tickets to sell because of the same capacity concerns combined with increased staffing for enhanced safety protocols, we have no choice but to sharpen our pencils to ensure we survive this unprecedented winter. We have big plans for the long term! And boy are we excited for what we have in the works for Bolton’s bright future, but first we have to survive the short term so we can thrive in the longer term.
For that reason, the vast majority of deals / promos / discounts we’ve had in years past will be taking this winter off so we can ensure we’re here for the longer term.
In other words, please don’t walk up to our ticket counters and ask about a deal that used to exist. In a nutshell, it doesn’t this year unless you are a Veteran/Active Duty Military.
IF you have IN HAND when you visit the resort:
– A pre-printed ticket voucher from us, won in a non-profit fundraising raffle for instance OR
– A card/voucher from a 3rd party – like Ski Vermont or Indy Pass OR
– Active Military / National Guard / Reserves ID or a copy of a DD-214
THEN please visit the outdoor ticket cube located up the stairwell from the deli deck.
Don’t have one of these and looking to ski and ride with us?
Please buy lift tickets and passes (Season or Powder Pass) in advance via our WebShop or Call Center and skip the counters to help keep our staff and community safe when visiting the resort. We anticipate tickets may sell out in advance, due to limited capacities this season and that we don’t currently plan to require pass holders to make reservations as other ski resorts have done.
Thank you for your continued understanding, cooperation and support. We are truly all in this together and our locally owned and operated independent ski resort couldn’t do this without you! Thank you. We feel so fortunate to live in this incredible community.