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Summit Lift Tickets

Lift Tickets for Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Loveland & Keystone Resort, Colorado

copper mountain lift ticketsSummit County offers five world-class ski resorts within a 20 mile radius, with the greatest variety of skiing and riding that you could find anywhere in the nation. Book lift tickets for Vail Resorts, including Breckenridge and Keystone,, as well as for Copper Mountain , Loveland Ski Area and Arapahoe Basin ski resorts in advance and save off the window price.

Call now for information on booking your lift tickets 970.389.8214

Vail Resorts: Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek

Refer to the web sites for the individual resorts for Winter 2020 – 2021. A limited number of skiers are allowed on the mountains each day and you do have to make a reservation to ski on a specific day as well as buy your tickets. 

Vail Resorts owns the ski resorts of Breckenridge and Keystone in Summit County, as well as Vail and Beaver Creek in nearby Eagle County. A lift ticket for Keystone or Breckenridge is valid at both resorts if you pay extra for that pass.

* At Vail Resorts, when purchasing lift tickets for three days and over at least
seven days in advance, discounts are offered over the window price.
* Multi-day tickets for three days and above also give access to ski days at Vail
and Beaver Creek. For example a three out of five day ticket equals one day
at Vail or Beaver Creek, a six out of nine day ticket equals three days at Vail
or Beaver Creek.

If you intend to be in Summit County for seven days or more or you will be visiting the area multiple times, it is sometimes best to purchase one of three season passes:
* The Epic Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at all five resorts.
* The Epic Seven-Pack offers seven unrestricted days at all five resorts.

Call 970.389.8214 for information on booking your lift tickets now.

The Vail Resorts Family: Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Beaver Creek

breckenridge ski areaBreckenridge Ski Area
Located in the historic mountain town of Breckenridge, a half hour bus ride or ski shuttle from Frisco or Keystone, the ski area consists of four mountains, Peaks 7 through 10 of the Ten Mile Range. Peak 8 has both the longest and highest T-Bar as well as the Imperial Chair ascending to 12,993’ and the highest chairlift in North America. It is noted for its dramatic bowls as well as a terrain park and beginner and intermediate runs. Peak 7 is the newest area to be developed and has long runs perfect for cruising and for snowboarders as well as the Ore Bucket, a fabulous run left in the trees. Peak 9 offers beginner and intermediate runs, as well as some steep mogul shoots into Peak 8 off its North side. Peak 10 offers three long intermediate and advanced runs, with great mogul runs off its North side and tree skiing to the South. Peak 9 and its lift access are right into the town of Breckenridge, Peaks 7 and 8 are accessed by gondola from the town parking lots, Peak 10 rises above the lower slopes of Peak 9. The Peak 8 Super Connect Chair allows for easy transfer from Peaks 9 and 10 to Peaks 7 and 8.
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Keystone Ski Area
Keystone consists of three mountains: Dercum, North Peak and the Outback. Keystone is a half hour bus ride from Dillon and Silverthorne and can also be accessed by ski shuttle from Frisco and Breckenridge. Wednesdays through Sundays and every day during peak season the slopes are lit up on Dercum mountain about 4:00pm and you are able to ski until 8:00pm. Dercum Mountain is the area for lessons and beginner skiers with the Schoolmarm beginner slope running for over a mile. Both North Peak and the Outback feature intermediate and advanced runs, with tree and mogul runs off their north and south sides. The Outback Shuttle, a skier cat runs on a first come first serve basis, and drops skiers and riders into North and South bowl. Keystone also offers Cat Skiing and Riding. There are two main access points to the mountain, by lift or gondola in the River Run village and by lift from the Mountain House Base area.

vail ski resort coloradoVail Ski Area
Vail ski resort is unparalleled in North America with the amount of its ski terrain, with 5,289 acres, seven bowls as well as Blue Sky Basin. It is located in the town of Vail about a 45 minute drive or trip by ski shuttle. There are three main access points to the front side of Vail Mountain, in Vail Village and Lionshead Village as well as Golden Peak. Access to the newest mountain of Blue Sky Basin with its gladed runs, is through the back bowls which offer ungroomed black diamond powder runs on the entire back side of the mountain. Impossible to do all the runs in one visit, the mountain has something for everyone. Keystone and Breckenridge lift tickets are valid at Vail with the purchase of at least a three day lift ticket.

beaver creek ski resortBeaver Creek Ski Area
Beaver Creek ski area consists of four different mountains and is located west of Vail in the town of Avon, a little over an hour drive or trip by ski shuttle from Summit County. The mountain with the Birds of Prey world cup downhill course is above Beaver Creek Village and has all levels of runs. Linked to this is Grouse Mountain with only expert runs and glades. Bachelor Gulch Mountain may be accessed from Beaver Creek Landing or Bachelor Gulch and is mostly intermediate runs with some beginner terrain as well. Arrowhead Mountain is mostly intermediate and beginner runs, with a couple of advanced sections and is accessible from Arrowhead Village between Bachelor Gulch and Grouse Mountains are the expert glades of Larkspur Bowl.

Copper Mountain

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Discounted lift tickets can be purchased at the Frisco Information Center and may cost less than online.

Call 970-389-8214 for Frisco Information Center pricing

Parking Reservations are required for the 2020 – 2021 season and may be made online.

Copper Mountain Ski Area
Copper Mountain is located at the base of Vail Pass right next to Interstate 70 and is a half hour bus ride from Frisco or can be reached via ski shuttle from Breckenridge, Frisco or Keystone. The ski area has 2,450 acres of terrain, an upper elevation over 12,000’, 22 lifts, 126 marked trails, and one run of 2.8 miles. The east side of the mountain is an expert skiing area, the middle is intermediate and the west is beginner, with terrain being divided naturally by level and location. The Copper Bowl on Tucker Mountain, one of Copper Mountain’ s four bowls, may be accessed by a cat on a first come first served basis. There are three main access points to the mountain for the various skier and rider levels, from the East Village’s Copper Station to the advanced slopes, from the Village at Copper to the intermediate slopes, and from Union Creek to the beginner slopes. Conveniently most lesson programs start in Union Creek apart from some private lessons which go out of Copper Mountain Sports in the Village at Copper. At the upper levels of the mountain, various lifts allow for access to all of the expert bowls and back bowls.

Arapahoe Basin

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For Winter 2020 – 2021 tickets must be purchased online for a specific day and are limited in numbers.

Arapahoe Basin sells its own lift tickets which are only good at their ski area, and may be purchased for one or two days. You are able to add a child to an adult full day ticket for a very small charge. The area also offers youth tickets, senior (60-69) and Super Senior 70+ tickets. Lift prices are discounted for late season skiing which may last into July depending on snow conditions.

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area
Arapahoe Basin was the first ski area built in Summit County and is the ski area that opens first and closes last in the ski season, based on its high elevation at the beginning of Loveland Pass which crosses the Continental Divide. It is about a 20 minute bus ride from Keystone Resort or an hour from Breckenridge on the Summit Stage’s free Swan Mountain Flyer or on the ski shuttle from Breckenridge, Frisco or Keystone. A-Basin offers over a hundred expertly carved trails, above timberline bowls and deep powder stashes. Whether you are interested in groomed cruiser runs or maybe chutes and glades are more your style, the Basin has it. The recently opened Montezuma Bowl on the south side of the mountain added 80% more terrain to the mountain. Tickets purchased at Breckenridge or Keystone are also good at Arapahoe Basin. Tickets purchased at Arapahoe Basin are not valid for Vail Resorts ski areas or for night skiing at Keystone.

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