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Connecticut Lift Ticket Prices Increase by 6%
Every ski area in the state has increased its pricing.
Sunday, October 3, 2021, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com

2013-14 through 2021-22 Connecticut Lift Ticket Prices


Forecasts of transitory inflation are no longer appearing transitory, as soaring labor, equipment, and energy costs are putting upward pressure on ski area pricing. As a result, every Connecticut ski area has increased its retail price for the 2021-22 season.

Mohawk Mountain remains the highest priced ticket in the state, jumping from $67 to $75 for an adult weekend full day (with RFID fee), while Powder Ridge is the cheapest at $57 (a $2 increase).

The mean adult full day weekend lift ticket in Connecticut is $65.00, a 6% increase over last season. In comparison, annual increases over the past decade averaged 1.5%.



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