UPDATE: Some prices have increased compared to those included in the HomeToGo report featured in this piece. See relevant updates on that throughout the piece below.
While ticket prices vary throughout the season, Steamboat Resort is seemingly home to the most expensive lift ticket in Colorado, according to a recently released report from HomeToGo. Verified on the Steamboat website, a single-day lift ticket can cost up to $225 dollars here.
The high lift ticket price in Steamboat was topped by just one other American resort among the 55 that were included in the HomeToGo report. Deer Valley, which is located in Utah, has a reported maximum ticket price of $229.
Editor's Note: The prices below are the prices that were used in the aforementioned HomeToGo report. Multiple resorts in Colorado have since raised prices based on those shown on their website. A lift ticket at Vail or Beaver Creek for 1/17/2021 is $218, for example.
Multiple other Colorado resorts were ranked among the 10 most expensive in the country. Beaver Creek and Vail are tied for the third most expensive lift ticket in the United States at a price of $199. Aspen Snowmass isn't far behind, in 5th with a lift ticket that costs up to $194. Breckenridge and Telluride were also ranked among the most expensive resorts, placing 8th and 10th with ticket prices of $179 and $169, respectively.
Editor's Note: Lift ticket prices for Breckenridge have increased to $198 throughout the season.
The cheapest spot included in the report nationally was Titus Mountain in New York, with a lift ticket price of $39. The cheapest Colorado spot to be included in the report was Arapahoe Basin, with a lift ticket of $89, followed by Purgatory with a lift ticket price of $99.
In total, twelve of Colorado's most popular resorts were included in the report, including Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Telluride, Vail, Aspen Snowmass, Beaver Creek, Purgatory, Arapahoe Basin, Crested Butte, Winter Park, and Keystone. More than 20 resorts can be found around the state.