Hit the Ski Slopes with Military Discounts

Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 157th Infantry Regiment (Mountain), Colorado Army National Guard, along with veterans and dependents of the 10th Mountain Division and 10th Special Forces Group, ski in a serpentine pattern during the 43rd annual 10th Mountain Div. Ski-In Daze at Ski Cooper March 2, 2018. (U.S. Army National Guard photo/Warren W. Wright Jr.)
Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 157th Infantry Regiment (Mountain), Colorado Army National Guard, along with veterans and dependents of the 10th Mountain Division and 10th Special Forces Group, ski in a serpentine pattern during the 43rd annual 10th Mountain Div. Ski-In Daze at Ski Cooper March 2, 2018. (U.S. Army National Guard photo/Warren W. Wright Jr.)

There’s no better way to stay active and have fun during the cold winter months than to grab your skis and hit the slopes. But before you book your next ski getaway, make sure you check out the great military discounts you can use for all your skiing needs.

Discounts On Base

Don’t forget that a great place to start looking for discounts is your local military installation.

Many base ITT offices offer discounted lift tickets for ski resorts.  You can rent ski equipment through some military facilities too. Visit our Base Guide to find an installation near you.

Resorts

2019-2020 Tickets

Bear Mountain Resort in Southern California offers active-duty military and their dependents 25% off ticket window rate for one-day lift tickets. Military discounts are also available online.

Beaver Creek Ski Resort in Colorado offers Military Epic Passes, including $129 for active-duty, retired military and dependents, as well as $529 for veterans and their adult dependents.

Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado offers Military Epic Passes, including $129 for active-duty, retired military and dependents, as well as $529 for veterans and their adult dependents.

Camelback Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania offers discounted tickets to active-duty military, up to 4 card-carrying dependents and veterans with a valid DD-214.

China Peak in California offers military personnel, including active, retired, veteran and military dependents discounted all day lift tickets, valid any day, including holidays.

Crystal Mountain in Michigan offers $15 off on Saturday and Peak Periods, as well as 50% off midweek (Sunday-Friday).

Diamond Peak, located in northern Lake Tahoe, offers military discounts that include free lift tickets midweek/non-peak for active-duty military. Retired military and dependents save $20 off the all-day window rate.

Eagle Point in Utah offers a 15% discount to active-duty military on lift tickets.

Grand Targhee Resort located in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest in Alta, Wyoming offers active-duty military a full-day regular lift ticket for $45, holiday lift tickets for $45, and half day regular/holiday tickets for $45.

Heavenly Ski Resort in South Lake Tahoe offers Military Epic Passes, including $129 for active-duty, retired military and dependents, as well as $529 for veterans and their adult dependents.

Homewood Mountain Resort, located on the west shore of Lake Tahoe in the state of California, offers active-duty military free non-peak lift tickets. On peak dates and holidays, military personnel will receive 50% off day tickets. Spouses and children can also receive 50% off day lift tickets if they come with their service member.

Keystone Ski Resort in Colorado offers Military Epic Passes, including $129 for active-duty, retired military and dependents, as well as $529 for veterans and their adult dependents.

At Killington Resort in Vermont all active-duty, retired and honorably discharged military members can get a free Killington Express Card. This card gets you 50% off midweek and 25% off weekend/peak day ticket rates.

Monarch Mountain in Colorado offers a discounted military season pass ($199), as well as discounted lift tickets.

Okemo Mountain Resort in Vermont offers Military Epic Passes, including $129 for active-duty, retired military and dependents, as well as $529 for veterans and their adult dependents.

Ski Butternut in Massachusetts offers military discounts on lift tickets, ski and snowboard packages and group lessons.

Snow Summit in California offers active-duty military and their dependents 25% off ticket window rate for one-day lift tickets. Military discounts are also available online.

Snowshoe Mountain Resort in Snowshoe, West Virginia offers military discounts on single-day lift tickets and 3-day tickets.

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows in California offers active duty military a season pass. The cost of the season pass is a $60 donation that will support the organization Military to the Mountains, a program of the High Fives Foundation.

Vail Ski Resort in Colorado offers Military Epic Passes, including $129 for active-duty, retired military and dependents, as well as $529 for veterans and their adult dependents.

Winterplace Ski Resort in West Virginia offers Armed Forces Appreciation Days on Wednesdays.

    Clothing and Equipment

    Make sure you visit your local Navy Exchange (NEX), Marine Corps Exchange (MCX), or Army and Air Force Exchange (AAFES). You never know what you can find there, and they have price matching policies. Visit our Base Guide to find the Exchange near you. 

    Keep up with all military discounts

    Whether you're an active duty service member, a military family member, or a veteran, stay on top of all the military discounts you're eligible for, from travel accommodations to auto and entertainment deals. Sign up for a free Military.com membership to get full access to all discounts.

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