Lift Tickets & Season Passes

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FULL DAY TICKET RATES

WeekdaysWeekends and Holidays
Adult (19-69 yrs)$40$60
Students (7-18 yrs) and Midd College Alumni$40$50
Midd College Student, Preschool (under 6), and 70+$20$20
Uphill Travel Day Pass (all ages) $10$10

 HALF DAY TICKET RATES

Ski from opening to 12:30, or from 12:30 to 4:00

Weekdays Weekends and Holidays
Adult (19-69 yrs) – Half day $35$50
Students and Midd College Alum – Half day $35$40

SEASON PASS RATES 2022-2023

Purchase your season pass before midnight on October 31st for a significant discount!

New this season: The Snowbowl is now an Allied Resort with IndyPass.  Our season pass holders have the opportunity to purchase an Indy AddOn Pass granting them access to explore 80+ independent, authentic Indy Resorts across the US, Canada, and Japan. The Indy AddOn Pass offers all the same benefits as a base IndyPass, at a discounted rate (approximately 30% off).

Special note for Adults and Alumni: Each Adult and Alumni season pass includes (at time of purchase only) up to two season passes for children who are 12 years old or less as of 11/1/22.  Each Adult and Alumni season pass will also include a punch pass good for five full day visits. The “SNOW Share” punch pass is fully transferrable so please don’t lose it, we can’t replace it. We hope you will use it to introduce more friends to our slopes.

Special note for Middlebury College Faculty & benefits eligible Staff: Each FAC/STAFF pass includes (at time of purchase only) up to two season passes for dependents who are 18 years old or less as of 11/1/22. Both the FAC/STAFF member AND their spouse are eligible to purchase a FAC/STAFF pass (Married? Buy 2 FAC/STAFF passes and list up to four of your kids for free as long as they are under 18 years old).

Special note for Shared Parent/Guardian Pass: The shared parent/guardian pass is designed for parents who need to keep an eye on small children. Parent 1 can ski or ride while Parent 2 watches the little ones. Then they can switch and everyone is happy. Submit a single photo with both parents in the headshot. Each Shared Parent pass includes (at time of purchase only) up to two season passes for children who are 12 years old or less as of 11/1/22.  Each shared parent pass will also include one punch pass good for five full day visits. The “SNOW Share” punch pass is fully transferrable so please don’t lose it, we can’t replace it. We hope you will use it to introduce more friends to our slopes.

Special note for Middlebury College First-Year students: Middlebury College First_year students (class of 2026 and 2026.5) are having the $99 fee waived in order to encourage them to enjoy the mountain as part of their Middlebury College experience. Don’t purchase online, instead simply email your pass photo, student ID #, and name as you want it on your ID to: snowbowl@middlebury.edu Please put “First-Year Student Season Pass” in the subject line. Please don’t wait until the day you decide to ski. If you have not requested a pass you will end up paying for a day lift ticket.

The Middlebury College Student day lift ticket remains only $20. Please bring your ID with you.

Early BirdAfter 10/31/22
Adult (19-69 Yrs) $456$549
Alumni (must provide Alum ID #) $415 $499
Junior (13-18 Yrs) $149 $179
Youth (12 Yrs & under) $149 $179
Super Senior (70+) $149 $179
MC FAC/STAFF (limit 2 per residence) $299 $349
MC Student – Not First-Year Students. First-Year Students read note above $99 $99
Shared Parent/Guardian Pass $481 $579
Uphill Season Pass (Uphill policy)  $50 $50 

 

I grew up skiing at the Bowl, attended Middlebury College and now my children are learning to ski and ride with the Snow School.  Perfect!

Sam H

Thank you for a great year of skiing.  We love the Snowbowl!

Emily L

I love the Wednesday morning adult program. The instructors create a fun and supportive environment. I was able to challenge myself and step up my skiing skills. Thank you ski school!

John R

My family and I have been skiing at the Bowl for 11 years.  My wife and both of my sons learned how to ski on the mountain.  I can’t think of a better place for my family to ski, it

Ryan J