• Book a room
  • Buy tickets
  • Order Food
Plan Your Vacation
Plan Your Vacation

Order your food ahead of time for a convenient and contactless process.

Our easy-to-use system will fill you up and fuel the rest of your day, getting you back on the slopes and enjoying your favorite runs.

Spring Break 2022 Tips

We can’t think of a better place to spend spring break than right here. Then again, we’re a little biased! Here are some tips and tricks to ensure you have the best trip possible:

Pre-Purchase Ski Products

  • Please, please, please reserve your lesson and/or equipment rental as soon as possible. We have a limited supply of rental gear and ski instructors and we will sell out.
  • Private lessons are sold out:
    • March 14
    • March 15
    • March 20
    • March 25
  • Group lessons are sold out:
    • March 13
    • March 14
    • March 15
  • If you’re unable to reserve a lesson before your arrival, please stop by the ski school desk to get on a waitlist for potential openings. 
  • Rentals are sold out:
    • March 12th
    • March 13th
    • March 14th
    • March 15th
    • March 16th
  • Lift tickets are available online only through our variable-priced calendar. The earlier you buy, the better price you’ll receive. We’re excited to offer more flexibility than ever before by allowing guests to change their lift ticket redemption date through their online portal until midnight the night before the first day of their trip.
  • How about a FREE $60 Resort Credit? Our multi-day ticket promotion, the Fun FundYour purchase of three* or more consecutive days of lift tickets on select dates now comes with a FREE $20 resort credit per person per day! Redeeming this promotion is simple – just add 3+ consecutive days (they’ll be in green!) on our online lift ticket calendar (make sure 3+ fall within the eligible promotion dates!) and you’ll be all set. *A 4+ day commitment is required for ski days starting from Sunday, March 13 to Wednesday, March 16


On Mountain Dining


Events & Activities



  • Childcare may be booked online in advance right here


Health & Safety

  • Masks are required on all resort shuttles per the federal mask mandate.
  • Know The Code—Your Responsibility Code. All guests are responsible for their own safety while on the mountain. The National Ski Areas Association established “Your Responsibility Code” in 1966 as a code of ethics for all skiers on the mountain. The code reflects not only skier safety but snowboarder and lift safety as well. Ultimately, safe skiing and snowboarding is each guest’s responsibility. Educate yourself and your party prior to arrival to ensure a safe ski trip:
    • Always stay in control and be able to stop or avoid objects.
    • People ahead of you have the right of way.  It is your responsibility to avoid them.
    • Do not stop where you obstruct the trail or are not visible from above.
    • Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, yield to others.
    • Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
    • Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.
    • Prior to using any lift, you must know how to load, ride, and unload safely.