Lifts & Gear Rental

ADULT Age 18 - 64
Senior Citizens 65 & over FREE
Age 5 - 17
and College students with valid ID
Ski Rentals
Skis, boots & poles
Snowboard Rentals
Board & boots
Day Area Pass (Lift Ticket) 9am - 4:30pm
Weekend/Holiday $76$56$34$36
Night Area Pass (Lift Ticket) 6pm - 10pm
Half Day Area Pass (Lift Ticket) 1pm - 4:30pm
Twilight Pass (Lift Ticket) 1pm - 10:00pm
Extended Area Pass (Lift Ticket) 9am - 10pm
Slopes are closed between 4:30 pm and 6 pm each evening for grooming
Age 18 - 64
Senior Citizens 65 & over
Age 5 - 18
and College students with valid ID
Ski Rentals
Skis, boots & poles
Snowboard Rentals
Board & boots
2 Weekday Area Pass (first night session included FREE*$90$70$68$72
2 Weekend/Holiday Area Pass (first night session included FREE*$144$104$68$72
3 Weekday Area Pass (first 2 night sessions included FREE*$129$99$102$108
3 Weekend/Holiday Area Pass (first 2 night sessions included FREE*$216$156$102$108
2 Weekend/ 1 Weekday Area Pass (first 2 night sessions included FREE*$187$137$102$108
* When available (see Hours of Operation below)

Weekend/Holiday Rates Apply:
Every weekend Friday Night – Sunday
December 16th at 4:30 pm through January 1
January 13th at 4:30 pm through January 15th at 10 pm
February 17th at 4:30 pm through February 19th at 10 pm
Martin Luther King and President’s Day Friday are holiday rates starting at 4:30pm. Martin Luther King and President’s Day Monday are regular weekday rates.
Weekly Specials do not apply during holidays

First-timers Guide to Skiing and Snowboarding

  • What is skiing?  Skiing is a fun, active sport in which you attach two separate skis (planks of wood) to each foot and attempt to move forward while facing down the slope.
  • What is snowboarding?  With snowboarding, you stand with both feet strapped onto a single board as you travel standing sideways down the slope.
  • Not sure if you want to ski or board?  Skiing is considered the easier sport to pick up while snowboarding is harder to learn but easier to master (especially for those who surf, wakeboard or skateboard).
  • Why do I need a lift ticket?  A lift ticket (or area pass) gives you access to the mountain (slopes) where you will ski or snowboard.  A lift ticket does not include any rental items.
  • What do I need to ski or snowboard?  If you are skiing, you will need a ski rental which includes skis, ski boots, and poles.  If you are snowboarding, you will need a snowboard rental which includes a board and boots.
  • How should I dress?  We offer great suggestions on how to stay warm while on the slopes.
*Purchase your lift tickets online ahead of time!  If you choose to purchase online, tickets must be purchased 24 hrs in advance, after that the online booking window closes. 
If you do not wish to purchase in advance you can purchase directly at the walk-up ticket window.
NO refunds on tickets purchased online.  Any changes in bookings are based on availability and require 72 hr notice.  Tickets must be redeemed at the Ticket Booth.  Please bring a valid ID and a copy of your receipt.

*Please note ski area pass (lift ticket) does not include rentals or lessons.

**During early season, tickets (area passes) and rental equipment are only available for purchase in person

Ski Bib (water-resistant pant) rental – $17.00
Helmet rental – $10.00
Locker rental – $5.00

* We do not rent gloves or goggles but do offer them for purchase in our Gift Shop

Ski and Snowboard rental is a personalized process that can take some time to ensure a proper fit.  Please expect delays in getting your gear on busier days such as holidays and weekends.

Thanksgiving to mid-March (weather permitting)

Open Monday – Saturday 9am – 10pm and Sunday 9am – 4:30pm
Open Sunday nights during select Holidays
Slopes are closed between 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM each evening

Ticket booth sales are on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Ticket booth sales begin at 8:30am for the Day, Extended, and Consecutive Day Passes.  Half-Day and Twilight Passes will go on sale at 12:30pm.  Night Passes will go on sale at 5pm.

Christmas Eve hours are 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Closed Christmas Day


  • Your lift ticket serves as an Area Pass and is required by anyone entering the slope areas.  Every skier and snowboarder is required to have a lift ticket to be on the slopes.
  • Children 4 and under receive a free lift ticket with a ticketed adult
  • Area Passes are non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Wolf Ridge does not assume any responsibility for lost Area Passes and will not issue replacement passes.
  • Management reserves the right to revoke Area Passes for misconduct.
  • Equipment rental is first come, first served.
  • Prices and policies are subject to change without notice.
  • Our lift equipment requires routine maintenance.  Although every precaution is taken; in rare cases, grease may drip from lift equipment.  Wolf Ridge Ski Resort is not responsible for grease on clothing or equipment.  This is an inherent risk of the sport.