Season Passes

 Holly BNovember 10, 2017 marks the beginning of the 2017/18 ski season! While you may still be enjoying fall, it’s time to start planning for winter fun. Currently, single day adult lift ticket prices range from $106–$151 and children’s prices range from $64–$98.

If you plan to ski or ride for more than four days, a season pass will save you and your family money and time. If you are planning on only a day or two on the ski hill, book your tickets online now.

We want to note that we have no affiliation with Vail Resorts or control of tickets sales or ticket prices. All tickets must be purchased from Vail Resorts, which can be done here. The breakdown below is a comprehensive overview of the different pass options and prices. We hope this will help you and your family to make the most of your next trip to Breckenridge.

Epic:

  • Good for avid skiers that want to have unlimited access to Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek, Park City and may want to travel to Europe, Italy, France, Austria or Switzerland to ski.
  • Adults- $899* | Child-$469*
  • Also included is unlimited access to Whistler Blackcomb, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Stowe, Wilmot, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton, Perisher and Arapahoe Basin
  • Not transferable and may not be resold

Epic Local:

  • Good for skiers that want access to Breckenridge over holiday weekends and Christmas/New Years.
  • Adult-$679* | Teen-$539* | Child-$359*
  • Also included is unlimited access to Keystone, Wilmot, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton and Arapahoe Basin.
  • 10 restricted days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Whistler Blackcomb ans Stowe.
  • Restricted access at Park City, Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood. Restricted dates include 11/24/17-11/25/17, 12/26/17-12/31/17, 1/13/2018, 2/17/18-2/18/18
  • Not transferable and may not be resold

Summit Value Pass:

  • Good for those not planning to ski during holiday timeframes at Breckenridge.
  • Adult-$559* | Teen-$449* | Child-$329*
  • Unlimited access to Keystone and Arapahoe basin
  • Restricted access at Breckenridge. Restricted dates include 11/24/17-11/25/17, 12/26/17-12/31/17, 1/13/2018, 2/17/18-2/18/18.
  • Not transferable and may not be resold

Epic 7-Day:

  • Good for skiers that won’t ski more than seven days, but want unrestricted access to all ski slopes.
  • Adult-$679* | Child-$359*
  • Seven unlimited tickets valid at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Whistler Blackcomb, Keystone, Park City, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Stowe and Arapahoe Basin.
  • Not transferable and may not be resold

Epic 4-Day:

  • Good for skiers that won’t ski more than four days, but want unlimited access to all ski slopes.
  • Adult-$459* | Child-$249*
  • Four unlimited tickets valid at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Whistler Blackcomb, Keystone, Park City, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Stowe and Arapahoe Basin.
  • Not transferable and may not be resold

Keystone/A-Basin Pass:

  • Good for those looking for the most cost effective way to ski multiple days while on vacation during non-holiday timeframes.
  • Access to Keystone and Arapahoe Basin with limited holiday restrictions.
  • Adult-$369* | Child-$279*
  • Restricted 11/24/17-11/25/17, 12/26/17-12/31/17, 1/13/2018, 2/17/18-2/18/18.
  • No access to Breckenridge
  • Not transferable and may not be resold

*prices are subject to change

 

2 replies
  1. Christina says:

    Not your fault – but why hasn’t Vail Resorts come up with an option for a 4 pack at a discounted rate like Copper Mountain/Intrawest does? These resorts are missing out on families who would like to ski a few times a year, but don’t find it justifiable to buy a $679 season pass to only be able to use it 4-5 times. Also, $459 for a 4 day pass is hardly a deal.

    • Breckenridge Grand Vacations says:

      Hi Christina,
      We also would love a 4-pack option from Vail, but that currently isn’t a package they offer. We understand that a 4 day pass at the rate of $459 does seem a little steep, but it can save you money if you are looking at peak ski dates where lift tickets hit $150 per day. While we can’t control the lift ticket prices, we do try and provide any information we have on purchases that could save our owners and guests any money at all.

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