- $30 for one eight-hour unlimited access lift ticket on Monday–Friday (up to $50 value)
- $36 for one eight-hour unlimited access lift ticket on any day of the week (up to $55 value)
- $20 for one unlimited access night lift ticket from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. (up to $34 value)
- Available dates: Season start through March 9th.
Purchasers can access all lifts & trails open to the public on the day of their visit. Please visit the website to verify the season start date. Rentals are offered for an additional fee, visit here for more info.
Powder Ridge Park
There are three important numbers behind Powder Ridge Mountain and Resort's success: 1959, the year it opened; 1962, the year top-to-bottom skiing started; and 91, as in Interstate 91, which cut through Connecticut and gave skiers across the state easier access to the mountain.
More than a half-century later, Powder Ridge bustles throughout the year as visitors flock to the park to ski, tube, snowboard, and even mountain bike during warmer months. Here are a few more fun facts about this historic resort:
- Snowfall: The mountain receives an average of 38 inches of snow per year, but it supplements those natural flakes with snowmaking machines on 90% of its trails.
- Trails: Speaking of trails, there are 22 of them snaking around the resort. All told, there are more than 80 skiable acres, and more than 40% of the mountain is rated easy enough for beginners.
- Concerts: Powder Ridge doubles as a concert venue, including for its popular summer series. Live music wasn't always welcome at the resort, however: in 1970, local officials shut down a three-day rock festival on the property just five days before its start date.