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President's Day Weekend Lift Ticket Deals

by Brandon Quinn | February 14, 2014

President's Day Weekend Lift Ticket DealsPresident’s Day Weekend is a time for celebrating our forefathers that created the great nation of the United States of America. It’s also a time to celebrate the deepest snow of the season. This past week’s weather system has buried many of our resort partners. Lake Tahoe has received 8 feet of snow, while parts of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and Montana have seen totals up to 7 feet. Canada continues to see great snow and the East Coast is buried this week from Winter storm Pax. Check out our lift ticket deals for resorts across North-America.


Copper Mountain – Save up to 41%
Durango Mountain Resort – Save up to 16%
Ski Granby Ranch – Save up to 50%
Sunlight Mountain Resort – Save up to 33%
Winter Park Resort, Colorado – Save up to 25%

California / Lake Tahoe

Diamond Peak – Save up to 58%
Homewood Mountain Resort – Save up to 46%
Mt. Rose Ski Resort – Save up to 46%
Sierra at Tahoe – Save up to 36%
Sugarbowl Ski Resort – Save up to 17%
Mammoth Mountain – Save up to 23%

New Mexico

Red River Ski Area – Save up to 16%
Taos Ski Valley – Save up to 38%


Salt Lake Superpass – Save 28%
Alta Ski Area – Save 28%
Brighton Resort – Save 28%
Solitude Mountain – Save 28%
Snowbird Ski Resort – Save up to 43%


Grand Targhee Resort – Save 42%


Magic Mountain – Save 61%

British Columbia

Panorama Mountain Village – Save up to 15%
Red Mountain Resort – Save up to 20%
Kimberley Mountain Resort – Save up to 19%
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort – Save up to 19%


Nakiska Mountain Resort – Save up to 19%
Banff Ski The Big 3 – Save up to 28%
Sunshine Village – Save up to 28%
Mount Norquay – Save up to 28%
Lake Louise – Save up to 28%

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