We have a great deal through Liftopia where we can offer discounts on Monarch ski passes if you book online. Click the button below to see the latest deals.
Monarch Lift Ticket Prices 2018-2019
The prices below are valid for 1-day lift tickets at the Monarch Mountain lift ticket window. Our deals are listed to the side. Multi-day discounts are also available, but they are not very deep since their prices are already so low. The below have been updated for the 2018-19 ski season. Note that Monarch Mountain lift ticket prices do not change throughout the season for holidays, like at every other resort. They offer the same price all season long. This is one of the best ski bargains in the state and perennially the lowest day prices in Colorado. However, our deals can fluctuate day-to-day and depending on the day. So while it says $59 right now, it can be a few dollars either way depending on your dates.
|Ticket Category||Ticket Window||Our Price||Our Deals|
|Adult (16+ Yrs)||$89||$59|
|Super Senior (69+)||Free||N/A|
|6 & under||Free||N/A|
Monarch Mountain is a simple place, where the skiing is pure, the attitudes are cool and nice, and the processes are normal and cheap. There aren’t any fluctuations in the lift ticket prices at Monarch. You get what you see, whether it’s Thursday or President’s weekend, no snow, or Christmas Day. You know that aggravating part of renting something on VRBO, where the prices are this much during the winter, and another prices in the summer, and yet another price for Labor Day weekend? That bugs the crap out of us. And this is just a small part of what we love about Monarch Mountain. One price all year long. No fuss. No math. No “shoulda been here yesterday for HALF OFF day.” Just skiing.
And the skiing here will blow your mind. There are 24 ski mountains in Colorado, and Monarch gets more snow than 21 of them. There are only 800 skiable acres, but the snow gets deep, stays deep, and keeps coming down. There aren’t lift lines like in Summit County. For one of the the lowest cost in the state, your legs will be on fire by noon from skiing so much and not waiting in line. You’ll see.
Even though they are usually the cheapest lift ticket prices around, you are still looking for discounts. We know. And there are some, but they are slim. Let’s take some of the usual suspects in order.
Multi-Day Discounts–If you walk up to the ticket window (and we strongly advise you never to do this at any mountain), you can get a teeny discount, per day, from buying a multi-day pass as opposed to several one-day passes. Teeny, meaning $1 off per extra day up to three days.
Book in Advance with US–We have some great discount Monarch lift tickets. We have a deal through Liftopia, and they buy huge blocks of lift tickets and get a volume rate, and then they pass those rates along to the consumer. Again, these discount aren’t deep because Monarch Mountain doesn’t have a bloated lift ticket price, like Snowmass or Vail, so they don’t have much room to trim. But it can be a few bucks, which is still better than paying a little more. So first check with us, and see what kind of deal we can provide, but if all else fails, book with Monarch in advance online.
Monarch Mountain Half Day Lift Tickets
Half Day lift tickets to Monarch Mountain are $69 for the 2018-19 ski season, $20 off the full day price. Monarch Half Day tickets on go sale at 1230p and they can only be purchased through the lift ticket window. So the maximum amount of ski time is 3.5 hours or $19.71/hour. The price goes up every minute you wait until 200p. At 200p, you can buy a Quarter Day lift ticket for $38 or $19/hour for the max amount of time on this ticket.
We have said this about a million times, but we will say it here for posterity: never buy partial day tickets. The price for time skiing is just too costly. If you get up to the hill at noon, and you are planning on waiting another 30 minutes to save yourself $20 off the window price, don’t. Saving $20 with COST you 30 minutes of skiing. While that will be an expensive hour, at least you are skiing. And Pro Tip, if you buy a partial day pass anywhere, make sure that you are taking the last lift up and get as high as you can on the mountain while they are shutting down.