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7 of the Best Ski Area’s Season Passes within Driving Distance of Woodstock, VT

Nov 20, 2019 02:33PM ● By Jessica Bowman
This winter gets the best season passes money can buy, cheap money that is. Skiing and snowboarding can be an expensive hobby, thankfully there are plenty of options for thrifty ski-goers like you. Listed below you’ll find seven of the best ski area’s season passes, all within driving distance of Woodstock, VT.

Pico Mountain

Pico Mountain Ski Resort in Killington, VT is where we turn our sights first. This sophisticated resort has all the information you’ll need to ensure your stay with them is affordable and enjoyable. Season Passes start at $499 for adults over 18 and $309 for kids under 18. Daily lift tickets range from $77-$89 for adults over 18 with the cheapest lift ticket for someone under 18 at a mere $59. Bring the whole family along and let Pico Mountain’s Central Reservationists help you plan the perfect place to stay in the Pico Mountain Region with rich lodging options.

Suicide Six

Suicide Six Ski Area comes in second as far as thrifty skiing goes. Adult Alpine Season Passes are $499 only and $349 for children under 18. You can find these season passes at the Woodstock Inn in Vermont or online at There are military discounts, senior discounts and a Radpass Season Pass for young adults 18-26 years of age. Book your stay at the Woodstock Inn and resort for easy access to the mountain.

Smuggler’s Notch

Grab the kids and head to Smugglers' Notch, located 4323 VT-108, Jeffersonville, VT, to get one of the least expensive family season passes money could buy for quality entertainment. For just $599 per adult and $389-$359 for kids under 18, you and the whole family could spend some quality time together this holiday season. Day passes go for $82 with $62 every additional day. You can find Smuggler’s Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, VT.


Okemo Mountain Resort season passes start out at $989 for non-locals and only $739 for locals over the age of 18. Day passes are $121 per day and only $63 per day for kids under 18. Northeast College students also get a discount here that make the season pass much more affordable at $409. Explore the mountain and plan your trip at

Magic Mountain

Magic Mountain Ski Area prides itself on its spirit and deep-seated memory of parents who bring their children to the mountain and tell stories about how they grew up magic. Located at 495 Magic Mountain Access Londonderry, VT. These season passes start at $779 for ski-goers between 30-69 years old. Young adults 18-29 get these passes for $349 each and kids under 18 get in for $399. Day tickets for youths and adults above the age of 18 are an easy $74. There are military and senior discounts for the mountain. Unlimited Pass Holders also get the benefits of the Freedom Pass, at no extra cost to you, which gets 3 complimentary tickets at access for any of the other 12 ski areas across the US.


This mountain in Killington, VT is a bit more expensive than the others we have listed but you can rest assured that the passes come with a high-quality experience, and for this winter there are discounts abound at Killington Resort. Regular day passes for adults over 30 can reach up to $1200+, $809 for seniors over 64, and a cheaper $779 for adults between ages 19-29. Go online at to find all the best lodgings near the mountain. Also, visit the website to view the top 10 best things to do while staying in Killington.

The Quechee Club


The Quechee Club in Quechee, VT offers a family season pass for $950, 2 adults and 2 children under 18. It’s only $450 per single adult and $350 per single child. Day passes for adults are $45 while children under the age of 18 can get in for only $34. The one great thing about Quechee Club, and while this ski resort is at the bottom of our list it still deserves praise for, its discounts and Friday specials. Military discounts, family guest discounts and a Friday special that includes a 10% voucher for the Base Lodge. Book your winter ski-cation at any of these resorts to enjoy what the most wonderful time of year has to offer with friends and family alike.

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