Park City Lift Tickets and Passes

When planning a ski or snowboard vacation the last thing you want to do is schedule in time to wait in line for your lift tickets. Maximize your time for activities in Park City and on the mountain by purchasing your Epic Day lift ticket card online! The card will be shipped in the mail, but you do have the option to pick it up on the mountain in the Epic Day express lane.

A single daily lift ticket starts at $139, but can be reloaded electronically if you decide to add more ski days to the 2015-2016 season. Using a tool like the pass finder can help you navigate what tickets are best for your time in Park City. If you’re only planning on one visit this season, you may want to purchase the four-day pass ($429) where you have four unrestricted days at the resort. The seven-day pass ($619) is another good pass for skiers or snowboarders that may visit over two or three weekends.

Another option is the Epic Local Pass, same price as the seven-day pass, and is good for the entire season with a few limited restrictions around holidays. If you’re a Utah Resident youth or college student, you can purchase the Park City Canyons Youth Pass ($409) that offers unlimited and unrestricted skiing or riding.

With Vail Resorts’ recent acquisition of Park City and Canyons, the Epic Local Pass is accepted without restrictions at Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin in Colorado, Afton Alps in Minnesota, and Mt. Brighton in Michigan. The pass includes 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek in Colorado, with holiday restrictions, and limited restrictions at Park City, and Heavenly, Northstar, and Kirkwood in California.

View all the pass options through Epic at Park City.

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