The average weekend non-holiday adult ticket price is now $75.16.
Monday, December 23, 2019, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Though New Hampshire has become the third state in New England to eclipse the $100 barrier, the average ticket price at chairlift served areas in the Granite State remains significantly lower than in Vermont.
Bretton Woods and Loon have crossed the $100 threshold, both landing at $104 for a full day weekend non-holiday adult lift ticket.
Vail Resorts does not publish ticket window rates for all of its areas, so January 11th window prices referenced in the online story were used. Thus far, Sunapee is the highest priced of the four Vail Resorts, coming in at $99.
The only year to year decrease was Tenney Mountain, which slashed its rate from $75 to $59 early in the 2018-19 season.
Campton Mountain is holding as the cheapest ticket in the state, increasing by to $2 to $22.
The mean price for 2019-20 is $75.16, as compared to $73.42 in 2018-19. The median price is $82.00, a 4% increase over last season's $79.00.