The unique, digital Skiing Wisconsin Passport is easy to use and costs only $179 plus tax. Enjoy your skiing or snowboarding adventures at 18 participating Wisconsin ski areas/resorts this winter (1 lift ticket per ski area/resort). See our frequently asked questions below.
When you purchase the Passport, you will need to create an online account. You will receive a confirmation email that your Skiing Wisconsin Passport is purchased and you are registered. Please add a photo before the ski season starts. After the ski season starts, go to any participating ski area/resort ticket window and present your drivers license or other photo ID to the ticket agent. The ski area will look up your account in our system, and they will give you the lift ticket for that day.
$179 plus tax. Quantity is limited.
No. The Passport is digital. No need to worry about lost or damaged coupon books or passes.
18 total lift tickets. There are 18 Participating Ski Areas/Resorts. You can redeem 1 (one) lift ticket per ski area/resort.
No. Each Passport is registered to 1 person.
Yes, you can purchase more than 1 Passport at a time. When you create your account, you will be asked to designate a different person for each Passport. Passports are limited to 1 Passport per person per season.
We need you to create an online account so you can redeem the lift tickets at each participating ski areas/resorts. The photo helps us ensure that the correct account is being redeemed. We do not share your information with other companies.
No. Only 1 (one) lift ticket can be redeemed at each participating ski area or resort per Passport. This is what makes the Skiing Wisconsin Passport so unique. Be adventurous and ski or snowboard at participating ski areas/resorts you have not visited.
There are 3 ski areas/resorts with restricted ski or snowboard times. Alpine Valley only allows day sessions. At Mt. Ashwabay, the lift ticket is only good Fridays 4 - 8 pm and Sundays 9:30 am - 4:30 pm. At Whitecap Mountains, their lift ticket can be used from 9 am - 4 pm.
Some of the participating ski areas/resorts will be utilizing a reservation system that will limit the number of people allowed on the hill to prevent overcrowding on peak days. Please call ahead or check ski websites before you travel, especially on weekends or holidays.
Because the Skiing Wisconsin Passport is already at a reduced cost and a great deal, we cannot offer additional discounts.
Sometimes confirmation emails are caught in spam filters and they may be found in your Spam or Junk Folder. Do a search of your received emails from: email@example.com. If you still can’t find your confirmation email, notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll let you know if your pass has been activated.
The Skiing Wisconsin Passport is valid at all participating ski areas/resorts that remain open through March 30, 2022.
No. The Skiing Wisconsin Passport can only be purchased online through our website.
The parent or person buying the Passport can enter their email address.
No. You will need to provide your own equipment or rent what you need from the ski resorts.