Your Access to the Slopes

A lift ticket or pass is your mountain access to the slopes. There are quite a few options when deciding what pass is best for you. If you want to do multiple trips in a year then a multi-resort pass could provide you the best deal. However, if one resort is all youa re going to ski, look for long stay or earlybird deals at the resorts. These will provide the cheapest offering rather than buying your ticket in-resort. Finally we have options if you want to take the kids with resorts offering kids ski free when you purchase an adult ticket. If you want more advice, please dont hesitate to call us and chat through your options with our expert ski consultants.

Multi Resort Ski Lift Tickets

If you want to ski multiple days on one lift ticket and at different resorts, these passes offer the best value for your next ski trip.

New Zealand

New Zealand is broken into two unique and diverse main islands, the North Island & the South Island. Visitors can ski or snowboard in both and New Zealand has developed a deserved reputation as an international skiing destination. In the North Island you will find Mt Ruapehu, New Zealand’s largest ski resort in area, which combines the Whakapapa & Turoa Ski Fields. Heading to the South Island, near the town of Methven is Mt Hutt. Further south, near the town of Wanaka are Cardrona Alpine Resort & Treble Cone Ski Resort and then if you continue towards Queenstown you will find Coronet Peak and The Remarkables ski resorts.


Japan offers incredible powder snow conditions, known in the ski community as #JaPOW! Japan has over 6,800 islands but when you are talking about skiing, you are generally focusing on Hokkaido & Honshu.

Hokkaido is home to Japan’s most famous ski resort, Niseko as well as Furano and Tomamu, and smaller ski resorts Rusutsu and Kiroro. Over on the mainland of Honshu you will find Hakuba and Shiga Kogen, and smaller ski resorts like Shizukuishi, Appi, Naeba, Madarao, Myoko Kogen, Lotte Arai and Nozawa Onsen.


Canada is home to several world-class ski resorts most of which are found in the states of Alberta and Brisitsh Columbia. Canadian ski resorts are generally located in Canada's two most prominent mountain ranges, the Pacific Coast Ranges, and the Rocky Mountains.

Located in Bristish Columbia, the largest and most accessible ski resorts are Whistler and Blackcomb, other popular B.C resorts include Sun Peaks, Big White, SilverStar and Panorama, then for those who are keen to explore further, try Red, Revelstoke or Kicking Horse. In Alberta's Banff National Park area you will find Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort & Mt Norquay and in Jasper National Park, Marmot Ski Resort. On the east coast, Mt Tremblant in Quebec is our top pick ski destination.


For the winter-lover, the Rocky Mountains, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and the Cascade Mountains are home to high altitude, snow covered peaks and offer ideal terrain to build world leading ski resorts. While 37 of the 50 States have ski resorts, it is the Midwest, Pacific Northwest and California that are most popular with international skiers and snowboarders.

Cali is know for sunshine, but Mammoth, Heavenly and Squaw Valley are snow-paradise. Colorado boasts resorts like Aspen Mountain also known as Ajax, Snowmass, Buttermilk or Aspen Highlands as well as Telluride, Copper Mountain, Steamboat, Crested Butte, Winter Park and Breckenridge. While Utah’s famous 'Greatest Snow on Earth' can be found at Park City, Snowbird, Solitude & Brighton and ski only resorts Deer Valley and Alta. Heading north to Wyoming to explore famously steep, Jackson Hole. North again in Montana is Big Sky Resort.

The MySnow Difference

- Service and knowledge
- Low hold times
- Exchange rate guarantee
- Destination specialist res teams
- Team of skiers and snowboarders
- Competitive Wholesale rates for packaging
- Exclusive inclusions
- Best early birds specials in market

New Quote

Need Advice?

Request a Quote

We can build custom ski itineraries including:
flights, accommodation, ski lift tickets, ski equipment, ski lessons and activities

1300 697 669

Our friendly and skilled consultants are available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm (AEST) to answer any questions about your current or future ski holiday.

[email protected]

Don't have time to call?
Send us an email and we will contact you within 24hrs

What we offer

  • hotel
  • lift tickets
    Lift Tickets
  • equipment
    Equipment Hire
  • lessons
    Ski Lessons
  • activity
  • car hire
    Car Hire
  • bus
    Ski Transfers
  • plane