For those who hit the slopes frequently, a Season Pass may be a smart choice. We offer a wide variety of Season Pass options: a Full Season Pass for unrestricted skiing throughout the entire season, a discounted Midweek Season Pass for unlimited weekday skiing (excluding the holiday week between 12/26/2013 – 1/4/2014), and a fully transferable, unrestricted Hospitality Pass. Our Senior, Military, Teen and Child Season Passes are also available for purchase.
To honor the men and women of our armed services, Deer Valley offers discounted Season Passes for active, reserve and retired U.S. military personnel and their spouse. A current valid military photo ID for each pass must be presented at the time the pass is issued.
Deer Valley Resort is pleased to announce shared lift privileges for their qualified resort Season Pass holders with Alta Ski Area, Park City Mountain Resort and Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. Qualified 2013-2014 Season Pass holders at each resort will receive three (3) free days of lift access at each of the other three mountains during the 2013-2014 winter season.
The lift tickets will be honored seven days a week, including weekends, throughout the season with black-out dates of December 21, 2013, through January 5, 2014, and February 15 through 17, 2014.
Weekend access and lift privileges at four of North America’s premier resorts, all within driving distance of each other, distinguish this benefit from other snow industry multi-resort ticket packages and programs and make it the Wasatch’s most exciting lift ticket benefit for the 2013-2014 winter ski season.
Deer Valley Resort Season Pass holders qualifying for these privileges include those who purchase full winter Adult one and two, Senior, Super Senior, Military, Young Adult, Teen or Child passes.
Shared lift privileges are not available for any complimentary, discounted or restricted Season Passes as well as Hospitality, Midweek and Tot Season Pass purchases.
This benefit is valid for the 2013-2014 winter ski season only. Qualifying Deer Valley Resort Season Passes must be presented at the time of redemption to each of the other three mountain resort’s ticket offices to receive the complimentary shared privilege pass; there will be no exceptions. One ticket per day, per resort, will be issued and the tickets are 100% non-transferable.
Eligibility requirements for the ticket benefit are particular to each resort. Supplies are limited, please purchase early.
We look forward to having you as a guest at Deer Valley Resort. If you have any questions, please call:
2013-2014 Season Pass Rates
|Pass Type||Through 10/31/13||After 10/31/13|
|Adult One (24–64 years)||$1,910||$2,220|
|Adult Two* (24–64 years)||$1,550||$1,830|
|Super Senior (72+ years)||$900||$990|
|Senior (65-71 years)||$980||$1,090|
|Young Adult (18-23 years)||$1,170||$1,290|
|Teen (13-17 years)||$800||$970|
|Child (4-12 years)||$480||$560|
|Tot (1-3 years)**||$130||$150|
|Midweek Adult (18-64 years)***||$980||$1,090|
|Midweek Senior (65+ years) ***||$900||$990|
Please note: Season Pass type is determined by holder’s age on December 7, 2013. Spouse/dependents qualify as per the IRS tax regulations.
*Adult Two is available when purchased with Adult One or Senior Pass for a spouse or dependent only. Please note:
Spouse/dependents qualify as per the IRS tax regulations.
**The Tot Season Pass is free with purchase of an Adult One Season Pass.
***Midweek Season Passes are not valid during the December holiday period of 12/26/2013 - 1/4/2014.
****Current U.S. Military ID is required before pass will be issued.
The Snow Park Ticket Desk is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. On our scheduled opening day (December 7) and throughout the ski season (ending April 13, 2014, weather and conditions permitting), the Snow Park Ticket Desk will be open daily from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
A discount lunch card is available exclusively to Deer Valley Locals and Deer Valley Season Pass holders. Use it during the season at Snow Park Restaurant between the hours of 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. and receive a 20% discount.
The lunch Card is like a debit card. You use it to purchase food until you’ve used up the value of the card. The card can be purchased in $100 increments: so a $100 card sells for $80, a $200 card sells for $160, etc. During the ski season, Lunch Cards can be purchased and reloaded at the Information Desk located across from the Snow Park Restaurant in the lobby on the main level of Snow Park Lodge.
Guests who purchase a winter Season Pass this summer receive a complimentary Mountain Biking Season Pass good for this summer and next.
Season Pass holders will receive four Buddy Passes for each full rate Season Pass purchased. Season pass holders must be present at the window with their Season Pass to purchase Buddy Passes. Midweek Season Pass holders discounts are valid only Monday-Friday. Restriction dates apply. Buddy ticket rates for Season Pass holders are as follows:
|Adult and Senior||$68|
Midweek Season Pass holders discounts are valid only Monday-Friday. Restriction dates apply
Deer Valley Resort has teamed up with the Summit Land Conservancy in its efforts to protect open space in Summit County. Deer Valley would like to invite our guests to participate by donating an additional 1% of their purchase price to the total payment for the Summit Land Conservancy. It’s simple; just donate at the Deer Valley Ticket Office when you make your season pass purchase. The Summit Land Conservancy is a local, non-profit conservation organization dedicated to protecting as much of the remaining open land in Summit County as possible. Based in Park City, this land trust currently protects over 2,500 acres of open space in and around Park City. The money raised through 1% For Open Space will be used to protect more of Summit County’s favorite open lands. For more information, please visit summitlandconservancy.org. Thank you.
For detailed information about any of the Season Pass benefits, stop by or call our main ticket office at Snow Park Lodge (base area) at 435-645-6625 or Season and Locals Only Pass desk at 435-645-6626.
The use of other on-snow devices such as, but not limited to, snowboards, teleboards, ski bikes, sleds, toboggans or monoskis are restricted from use on the mountain. Reasonable accommodations for adaptive ski devices will be made; however, they must be in accordance with the resort's skiing only, on alpine or telemark equipment, policy. Standard adaptive devices recognized by the ski industry and provided by the National Ability Center which provide for equal access and experience are welcome at Deer Valley.