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Aspen Snowmass Lift Tickets

Aspen Snowmass has announced their operations plan for winter 2020-21 with a a focus on guest and staff safety as well as opening on time and staying open throughout the ski season.


Guests are strongly encouraged to purchase lift tickets as soon as they have secured lodging and travel arrangements. Advanced ticket purchases ensure access to all four mountains and will assist the resort in managing guest capacity and safety as required by state and local health authorities. Volume may be limited at any time and those who have already secured their tickets will be given priority access

It is the resort's intention to have some inventory of day lift tickets available to purchase every day of the season, but we urge you to buy in advance for the greatest peace of mind.

If the resort implements a reservation system for skiing, it will apply to passholders only and will be based on prevailing state and local COVID-19 metrics as determined by health and government agencies. Should these metrics show an increased rate of community spread, it would initiate additional restrictions and regulations, and Aspen Snowmass may implement a reservation system and/or limit lift ticket sales.

Ikon Passholder Information

Are you an Ikon Passholder? During the 2020-21 ski season, Ikon Passholders are required to make a reservation to access the Aspen Snowmass ski areas. Scroll down for information regarding the reservation system.


Contact our concierge team as early as possible to purchase your lift tickets, lessons, and rental equipment. Please send us the following information:

Aspen Snowmass lift tickets

    • Full names of all skiers
    • Number of days you'd like to ski
    • Birthdates of any children 17 and under or seniors 65 or older
      (These age groups receive discounted rates.)

Contact the Frias Properties Concierge (970) 429-2449

Aspen Concierge Services concierge (at) friasproperties (dot) com

After we receive your information, we will contact you with a final price + request for payment. Your Aspen Cards will be delivered to your accommodations when you arrive. Alternatively, you may pick up your Aspen Cards from one of the new contactless Pick-Up Boxes at the base of each of the four Aspen Snowmass ski areas.


The Aspen Snowmass 2020-21 season dates are:

  • Aspen Mountain: Nov. 26, 2020 - April 18, 2021
  • Snowmass: Nov. 26, 2020 - April 25, 2021 (extended!)
  • Aspen Highlands: Dec. 18, 2020 - April 4, 2021
  • Buttermilk: Dec. 18, 2020 - April 4, 2021


Unused lift tickets are fully refundable, and partially used lift tickets may be refunded as transferable credit that may be used in the current season or the following season. For more information, read about the Aspen Snowmass Lift Ticket Guarantee.


Aspen Snowmass has instituted new safety protocols across every aspect of their business. Through their summer operations, they have been testing and learning how to plan for winter. The resort will strictly adhere to distancing protocols, face coverings, limits in buildings, and all recommended health and safety measures this winter. They will expect guests to comply with laws or policies at all times. In addition, they have redesigned operating proceedings in ski school, lift lines, on-mountain dining, and in Four Mountain Sports rental and retail stores. New technology will allow for "digital distancing" with many of the processes that formerly took place in person. Learn more at

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Ikon Pass
Aspen Snowmass is part of the Ikon Pass, a multi-resort ski pass that gives passholders access to the best skiing around the world. Find details about how to access Aspen Snowmass with your Ikon Pass here.