Choose from Four Options
- $40 for one full-day lift ticket (up to $67 value)
- $29 for one full-weekday lift ticket (up to $52 value)
- $70 for one two-day lift ticket (up to $130 value)
- $99 for one three-day lift ticket (up to $189 value)
Two- and three-day lift tickets are valid only on consecutive days. With each option, skiers and snowboarders explore 52 trails—including gentle learning terrain, groomed cruisers, and classically narrow New England runs—with the aid of seven lifts. Check the snow report for detailed weather conditions.
Pico Mountain is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The resort at Pico Mountain has come a long way since it opened on Thanksgiving morning in 1937. It was a blustery day, and skiers held tight to a 1,200-foot towrope powered by a Hudson motorcar engine as they rose up the mountainside and tried to get reception on their rotary-dial phones. Today, the mountain is striped with 57 trails and seven lifts, including two high-speed detachable quads. Gentle learning terrain beckons newbies, smooth cruisers give intermediate skiers an easy ride, classically narrow New England steeps entice beginning and intermediate skiers, and a double-black-diamond trail challenges advanced athletes. Snowboarders and freestyle skiers interested in tricks can use the jumps, boxes, and rails in the Triple Slope terrain park, and the Snow Sports School sharpens the skills of first-timers and seasoned pros alike.
Although the resort has advanced in size and technology, it maintains a personalized, small-mountain charm. The trails all converge at one convenient central base area whose lodge boasts a sports center with a heated pool and a sauna. Guests can grab a beer and a burger or slice of pizza beside the crackling stone fireplace at the Last Run Lounge before retiring to their hotel room or condo.