Tickets and Season Passes

2021-2022 Season

Daily Tickets
Full- Day Two-Day Four-Day Four-Day with Rental
All Guests Daily* $58 $100 $190 $310
Michigan Tech Students Free Free Free NA
Special** $35 NA NA NA
Tubing $20 NA NA NA

*Prices for early season are subject to change based on snowfall and the amount of open terrain. **Special ticket prices are offered in on Family Days and during Value Season.

All Tickets and Passes are purchasable online!

Season Passes
All Guests $430
Family Pass (3 or more -  
immediate family in the same household)                        
Michigan Tech Students Covered by Experience Tech*

Corporate/ Group (10 or more)

$200 per person

Season Pass Perks:

Ski One Day for Free at: Marquette Mountain (Marquette, MI), Big Powderhorn Mountain Resort (Bessemer, MI), Pine Mountain Golf & Ski Resort (Iron Mountain, MI), The Porkies (Ontonagon, MI), Mount Ashwabay Ski and Recreation Area (Bayfield, WI)Christmas Mountain Village (Wisconsin Dells, WI),
Plus, 1/2 off Lift Tickets at Mont DuLac (Superior, WI) and 20% off at Spirit Mountain (Duluth, MN) 

Ski Colorado Days: The Mont Ripley Ski Area is proud to add three more partners to our Free Ski Day Special! Season Pass holders get three free days at Ski Cooper(Leadville, CO ) and Powderhorn Mountain Resort (Mesa, CO) and 3 days of 40% off Lift Tickets at Monach Mountain (Salida, CO)

Bring a Friend Days: $40 lift tickets and $20 rentals for your friends on the following days: The first two opening weekends, New Year’s Day, MLK Day, Super Bowl Sunday, Valentine’s Day, and all of March! Season Pass Holder must be present to purchase tickets. 

Ripley Tune & Supply: 10% off on in stock merchandise. (excludes tunes and repairs)

Lessons: Discounted prices on Ski/Snowboarding the Ripley and Private Lessons.

Tubing Park: $17 for tube park tickets.

* Experience Tech covers the use of Mont Ripley for current Michigan Tech students. During the ski season, students will be required to show their student ID at the ticket office to get a daily ticket each time they come to the hill.

Mont Ripley Logo

Mont Ripley viewed from across the Portage Canal.