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Hit the Ski Slopes with Military Discounts

Military and civilian Airmen from Hill Air Force Base took advantage of one of the perks of being stationed in Utah when they took to the slopes at Snowbasin Resort for the annual Team Hill Ski Day Feb. 12, 2016. (Air Force photo/Alex R. Lloyd)
Military and civilian Airmen from Hill Air Force Base took advantage of one of the perks of being stationed in Utah when they took to the slopes at Snowbasin Resort for the annual Team Hill Ski Day Feb. 12, 2016. (Air Force photo/Alex R. Lloyd)

UPDATED DECEMBER 2017

There’s no better way to stay active and have fun during the cold winter months than to grab your skis and hit the slopes. But before you book your next ski getaway, make sure you check out the great military discounts you can use for all your skiing needs.

Discounts On Base

Don’t forget that a great place to start looking for discounts is your local military installation.

Many base ITT offices offer discounted lift tickets for ski resorts.  You can rent ski equipment through some military facilities too. Visit our Base Guide to find an installation near you.

Resorts

2017-18 Lift Tickets

Attitash Mountain Resort, located in New Hampshire, offers active duty military members a discount of 50% on midweek skiing, 25% on weekends and 10% over holiday periods with a valid ID at any ticket window.

Bear Mountain Resort in Southern California offers active personnel and families 25% off ticket window rate for one day lift tickets.

Beaver Creek Ski Resort in Colorado offers military discounts on lift tickets for active duty members. Retired military can purchase discounted lift tickets on the military bases in Colorado.

Big Bear Mountain Resort in Southern California offers active personnel and families 25% off ticket window rate for one day lift tickets.

Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado offers a military discount on lift tickets for active duty service members. Retired military can purchase discounted lift tickets on the military bases in Colorado.

Camelback Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania offers discounted tickets to active military, up to 4 card-carrying dependents and veterans with a valid DD-214.

Crotched Mountain in Southern New Hampshire offers active duty military members a discount of 50% on midweek skiing, 25% on weekends and 10% over holiday periods with a valid ID.

Eagle Point in Utah offers a 15% discount to active duty military on lift tickets.

Grand Targhee Resort located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Alta, Wyoming offers active duty military a full-day regular lift ticket for $68, holiday lift tickets for $72, half day regular tickets for $54 and half day holiday tickets for $58.

Heavenly Ski Resort in South Lake Tahoe offers a military discount on lift tickets for active duty military. Retired military can purchase discounted lift tickets on the military bases in Colorado.

Hunter Mountain in New York offers active duty military members a discount of 50% on midweek skiing, 25% on weekends and 10% over holiday periods with a valid ID.

Jack Frost and Big Boulder in the Poconos offer active duty military members a discount of 50% on midweek skiing, 25% on weekends and 10% over holiday periods with a valid ID.

Keystone Ski Resort in Colorado offers a military discount on lift tickets. Retired military can purchase discounted lift ticket on the military bases in Colorado. Keystone also offers a discount on the Liberty Pass (unlimited, unrestricted pass for active duty) and Liberty Honor Pass (unlimited pass with limited restrictions for retired military).

At Killington Resort in Vermont all active duty, retired and honorably discharged military members can get a complimentary Killington Express Card. This card gets you 50% off midweek and 25% off weekend/peak day ticket rates.

Mount Snow, in Vermont, offers active duty military a discount of 50% on midweek skiing, 25% on weekends and 10% over holiday periods with a valid military ID.

Mt. Shasta Ski Park in California offers a $30 lift ticket any day of the week with a military ID.

Ski Butternut in Massachusetts offers military discounts on lift discounts, equipment and group lessons.

Snow Summit in California offers active personnel and families 25% off ticket window rate for one day lift tickets.

Vail Ski Resort in Colorado offers a military discount on lift tickets for active duty military. Retired military can purchase discounted lift tickets on the military bases in Colorado.

Wildcat Mountain in New Hampshire offers active duty military members a discount of 50% on midweek skiing, 25% on weekends and 10% over holiday periods with a valid ID.

Winter Park Resort in Colorado offers discount season passes to active and retired military and their dependents. In addition to the Winter Park season pass office and ticket windows, look for discounts at local military installations, such as the Air Force Academy, Buckley AFB and Fort Carson.

Lodging

Aspen Meadows Resort in Colorado offers a 30% military discount off accommodations. Be prepared to show your military ID at check-in.

Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia, Canada offers up to 35% off lodging in Whistler for U.S. military.

And don’t forget the following hotels have military discounts: 

Clothing and Equipment

Make sure you visit your local Navy Exchange (NEX), Marine Corps Exchange (MCX), or Army and Air Force Exchange (AAFES). You never know what you can find there, and they have price matching policies. Visit our Base Guide to find the Exchange near you. 

Does your favorite ski resort offer a military discount? Let us know in the comments below!

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