2024-25 Maine Ski Pass Guide

Looking to buy a 2024-25 Maine ski area season pass?

Page last updated March 25, 2024

Select Maine ski areas are offering season pass sales for the 2024-25 ski season at their best pricing of the year.

Skiing Saddleback Maine on a Powder Day
Nothing better than using your season pass
for a mid-week powder day!
Is a pass worth it? Many ski areas offer many pass access level options, discounts and perks with their passes. Depending on the pass price and the walk-up ticket rate, it usually takes about 8-10 ski days to "pay-off" a season pass purchase. 

Many resorts have additional pass discounts for seniors & college students, locals and time periods (midweek only etc.) so check out their season pass web pages for all the details (links below). 

Also, check out the Indy Pass that grants access to many ski areas across the USA, including Maine ski areas Black Mountain of Maine, Big Rock, Big Moose and Saddleback. They limit sales so you need to act quickly to purchase. On March 8, 2024, at 10 AM Mountain Time, 2024-25 passes will go on sale to the public until capacity is reached.

Finally keep an eye out for the Ski Maine Pass. This pass from the Ski Maine Association provides vouchers that can be used at Maine alpine ski areas. Look for the pass to go on sale shortly after Labor Day. Keep an eye on the Ski Maine website. These passes sell out very quickly every year so you need to act fast if you want one!

And check out our MaineSkiFamily Gear Guide for our recommendations on what ski gear you need to get on the snow!

2024-25 Maine Alpine Ski Pass Links

We have purchased many Maine ski area season passes over the years.
All pass pricing for new passholders. Pass pricing reflects no-blackout full-access rates for Adult and Juniors. Click the mountain season pass web links for additional pass pricing options.

Saddleback 
Adult Pass $999
Junior Pass $549
Purchase by April 22, 2024 for early-bird pricing!

Adult Pass $1,439
Junior Pass $599
Early-bird pricing through April 30, 2024!

Adult Pass $1,439
Junior Pass $599
Early-bird pricing through April 30, 2024!

Adult Pass $499
Junior Pass $399
Preseason sale ends March 31, 2024!

Adult Pass $874
Junior Pass $484

Adult Pass $550
Junior Pass $450
March Madness sale ends March 31, 2024!

Adult Pass $430
Junior Pass $430
Early bird sale ends April 15, 2024!

Friends of the Mountain (Big Moose Mountain in Greenville)
Adult Pass $TBD
Junior Pass $TBD

Adult Pass $TBD
Junior Pass $TBD
2024-2025 passes will go on sale on Sept. 1, 2024

Adult Pass $TBD
Junior Pass $TBD

Adult Pass $TBD
Junior Pass $TBD

Adult Pass $TBD
Junior Pass $TBD

Adult Pass $TBD
Junior Pass $TBD

Adult Pass $TBD
Junior Pass $TBD


COMMENTS

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  1. Boy, you guys sure put a lot of effort into producing a quality web site. Your articles are very well-written, concise and clear. It's nice to see you've even gone as far as describing the travel/road situations, and producing your own ROI metric.

    I'm now retired, but during the 90s and 00's we got our three kids out on the slopes young and often, making an adventure out of each journey. Skiing has never been inexpensive when considering everything involved, lifts, equipment, clothing, food, lessons and gas. To pay for five people to ski required a lot of bargain hunting and compromises, but it worked. You are doing many of the things I spent hours each year researching; finding the deals, the best times, providing nuts and bolts options and most importantly, focusing on the family experience. Not everyone in even a single family can or wants to ski the highest, steepest or fastest. They key is all about keeping it fun and minimizing the burdens. Yes, skiing can be a real hassle, compared to going to the beach. All the equipment and logistics, ugh!
    New families arrive to the sport every year and many of the tips we've come to know bear repeating. Getting and keeping skiers on the slopes is one way we can keep our sport affordable. Fewer skiers, fewer area, fewer incentives for investment.
    I suppose the next "tip" will have to involve working the angles on global warming. It's taking a toll today on the ski areas; one week cold, one week warm. Repeat. Not sure I have any answers other than to live next door to a ski hill and jump on the new snow when it comes.

    Thanks for keeping this going. Been reading your material for several year, it's always insightful.

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    1. Thank you billski for the comments. You are right in-line with my thinking. Maine is a great place to get outside. I concur with your statements on Global Warming - it is going to make the "excellent snow" periods shorter. Have to be on top of it to get the best skiing. Thanks for being a loyal reader!

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  2. Pleasant Mountain is amazing place. The views there are absoulety stunning

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Hi - thanks for taking the time to comment. Please keep the comments on-point and lets be nice to each other!

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