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The 10 Most Expensive Ski Resorts in Colorado

By: Spencer McKee

It's no secret that lift ticket prices have been on the rise in recent years. If you don't have a season pass, it can make it very pricy to hit the slopes in Colorado. We picked a random weekday in February and looked at official resort websites to see how much a lift ticket would cost. If there was an official option for an online pre-purchase discount, we used that price. Without further ado, here are the 10 most expensive lift tickets in Colorado.

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10. Purgatory


Price: $89

9. Copper Mountain


Price: $99
Photo Credit: Scott Cramer; Adventure_Photo (istock).
Colorado snow cameras and snow reports at resorts.

8. Crested Butte


Price: $111

7. Keystone Resort


Price: $114
Photo Credit: raisbeckfoto (iStock)
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6. Winter Park


Price: $124
Photo Credit: Winter Park Resort.

5. Steamboat Springs


Price: $130
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4. Breckenridge


Price: $141
Beaver Creek - OutThere Colorado

2. Beaver Creek (tie)


Price: $154
Vail at night

2. Vail (tie)


Price: $154
Aspen Snowmass - Tomas Zuccareno - OutThere Colorado copy

1. The Aspen Mountains


Price: $155 (One lift ticket gets you access to four mountains, including Snowmass, Highlands, Buttermilk, and Ajax.)
Photo Credit: Tomas Zuccareno.

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