About Aspen/Snowmass 5 Day Lift Ticket + 5 $20 Dining Vouchers
You'll need to print a voucher before your arrival in order to pick up this ticket.
This deal is for a 5-day lift ticket plus five $20 dining credit vouchers. It is good for 5 days of skiing or riding over a 10 consecutive day period ... and is interchangeable at Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass. The pass must be picked up and used on the first day (the "start date"). The remaining days of use may occur anytime during the remaining 9 days after the initial "start date".
Dining credit vouchers are issued in increments of $20. The full $20 value of each voucher must be used in one transaction as no change will be given. You may use $100 all at once (on any of your days) or you may use $20 at a time. Lunch vouchers are valid at all on-mountain restaurants owned and operated by Aspen Skiing Company:
Aspen Mountain: Sundeck and Ajax Tavern
Highlands: Cloud 9 and Merry Go Round
Buttermilk: Bumps at Buttermilk Mountain Lodge and The Cliffhouse
Snowmass: Lynn Britt Cabin, Sam's Smokehouse, Sneaky's Tavern, Two Creeks Café, Ullrhof, and Up 4 Pizza
Radio Frequency Cards (RF) are issued to all guests purchasing lift tickets. These cards allow hands-free scanning which means faster access to the lifts. Please note there is a $5 refundable fee per ticket for the RF Card. Guests can keep their RF card to reload for future visits or return the card on their last day of skiing, at any ticket office, for a refund. Read more
You may pick up your Lift Tickets + 5 $20 Dining Credit Vouchers at any ticket office at Aspen, Buttermilk, Highlands or Snowmass Mountain. Please note that Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands ticket offices do not have regular operating hours until the mountains open on December 10.
More About Aspen Highlands
Of the 4 Aspen Mountains, Aspen Highlands is by far the local favorite. Thirty six percent of the terrain is for experts only, and this terrain is some of the hardest in the country. The new Deep Temerity lift has an array of newly opened double black diamond runs that take you directly to the lift base, making it easy to have purely expert terrain. Cruisers make up a large proportion of the land as well, presenting a nice break ... from some of the harder terrain. If you are willing to hike, you can go up an additional thousand feet to the peek of Highland Bowl, which provides a rush through untracked powder like no other. There are some easy trails, but no fully green circle paths to any of the lifts. If you are in between beginner and intermediate, however, you should have no trouble finding areas you would enjoy. Read more