Listed below are all of the Oregon ski resorts and lift ticket prices for the 2017-18 SKI SEASON. Keep in mind, however, that during the off-season, it may be impossible to know the exact prices for the following ski season. The Timberline Lodge, which remains open all year, is the exception that proves the rule. We work diligently to find online discounts and to keep you up to date on the price of Oregon lift tickets.

Avoid paying the window rate or spending countless hours doing the research for various lift ticket deals. We’ve done the hard work so you don’t have to. Do your comparison-shopping and make your lift ticket reservations whenever you’re ready.

Ski Resort 1-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Ticket
Lift Ticket Deals
Coooper Spur
$117 N/A View Deals
Ferguson Ridge
$135 N/A View Deals
$159 N/A View Deals
Mount Ashland
$147 $23 View Deals
Mount Bachelor
$249 N/A View Deals
Mount Hood Meadows
$246 N/A View Deals
Mount Hood Skibowl
$159 N/A View Deals
Ski Anthony Lakes
$105 $17 View Deals
Spout Springs
N/A N/A View Deals
Summit Ski Area
$105 N/A View Deals
Timberline Lodge
$213 N/A View Deals
Warner Canyon
$96 N/A View Deals
Willamette Pass
$150 N/A View Deals

Buying Oregon Lift Tickets

If you want a good deal on lift tickets for superb skiing, Oregon has you covered. Depending on which area you want to ski in, you’re going to find a range of prices that will match what you want to spend. The most expensive range of resorts is found at Mount Hood, but you can still ski Cooper Spur for $32/day. The Meadows daily pass is $74, or you can ski the Timberline Lodge runs for $64/day.

If you are willing to try out less famous resorts like Warner Canyon and Spout Springs, tickets are in the mid $30 range, and even Mount Ashland is only $39 per day. Overall, expect to pay between $32 and $79 for a day pass when skiing on one of Oregon’s slopes.

Tips for Buying Oregon Lift Tickets

The best tip for buying Oregon lift tickets is this: plan ahead. Just like buying airline tickets or anything else vacation related, waiting until the last minute almost guarantees you will be paying the maximum price. Buying online allows you to secure the best deals for your tickets. Advance purchasing at least a week in advance allows for the best discounts.

The worst place to buy a lift ticket is at the ticket window. This is the last place to buy tickets and the resorts know it. There are no occupancy limits, so the absolute highest price will always be at the window. Planning ahead allows you to take advantage of discounts and not pay full price.

The Oregon Ski Authority

We are consistently updating our information to bring you the best deals in Oregon for lift tickets. It doesn’t matter if you’re planning on shredding a week on Mount Hood or taking a weekend for a mini ski-cation at Spout Springs, make sure you check with us. We can help you make the most of your vacation, saving you money so spend more time on the slopes and less worrying about your wallet.