Discounted Multi-Day Tickets

Save 10% on advance purchases of multi-day lift tickets for all age groups. These tickets do not include Kids Ski Free tickets. To receive the 10% discount, you must buy at least four days in advance of your visit and you must choose your start date at the time of purchase. If you are uncomfortable with selecting your first day of skiing/riding at the time of purchase, you can buy multi-day tickets at a Mt. Bachelor ticket window - but you won't receive the 10% discount.

Below are the discounted prices available to you if you buy online at least four days in advance:

  ADULT 19-64 TEEN 13-18 YOUTH 6-12 SENIOR 65-69 SENIOR 70+
2 of 3 Consecutive Days $159 $125 $89 $125 $89
3 of 5 Consecutive Days $224 $173 $122 $173 $122
4 of 6 Consecutive Days $269 $215 $149 $215 $149
5 of 7 Consecutive Days $314 $259 $177 $259 $177
6 of 8 Consecutive Days $349 $279 $196 $279 $196

Children 5 & under are free. Pick up a free child ticket at any open ticket window on the day you wish to ski or ride.


Active duty military personnel receive a 50% discount on an Adult daily lift ticket, excluding holiday periods and all Saturdays. Discount applies only to individual military member.

Proof of age (birth certificate, driver's license, college student ID, etc.) is required for those buying lift tickets with age restrictions.

As an added perk, when you purchase an alpine day ticket, you receive free access to the Mt. Bachelor Nordic trails. Must be used on the same day and is non-transferable. Please bring your alpine lift ticket and proof of purchase to the Nordic Lodge to redeem.

All prices, programs and dates are subject to change. Some restrictions apply and all lift ticket purchases are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Magic Carpet conveyor lifts are for the exclusive use of Gravity School participants.

Mt. Bachelor aims to provide you with the best possible all-mountain experience in the Northwest. Mother Nature is truly in charge. WE DO NOT OFFER REFUNDS ON LIFT TICKETS. Weather can change rapidly at higher elevations and remember, it is our higher elevation that allows for deeper, drier snow!