Pre-Purchased Lift Tickets, Ski Pass or Parking Reservations Required for Ski Resorts
December 10, 2020
All ski areas are open. To ski at Keystone or Breckenridge you need either a pre-purchased lift ticket from snow.com or a season pass and a reservation made on epicpass.com. Don’t show up without a reservation or you will be turned away. You can pre-purchase tickets all the way through April. At Arapahoe Basin and Loveland Ski Area, season pass-holders do not need a reservation but lift tickets must be pre-purchased online at: The Arapahoe Basin Store, or the Ski Loveland Shop. All season passes need to be purchased online then picked up at the resorts. At this time, season passes are still available at all resorts. Copper Mountain requires parking reservations — this is their way of limiting the number of people on the mountain. Click here to make parking reservations or go to the ParkWhizz App. IKON Pass-holders also need a reservation for Arapahoe Basin booked at the Ikon Website. But not for Copper Mountain — at Copper, you just have to have a parking reservation. Epic Pass Reservations are required to access all Vail-owned mountains including Keystone and Breckenridge. Epic pass-holders can make reservations in advance or check for changes in availability closer to the day you want to ski. Cancellations are common.