2022-23 Ski Season Passes Are Still On Sale!
Claim your spot out on the mountain - Enjoy skiing & snowboarding all season long at Massanutten Resort!
2022-23 Ski Season Passholder Perks Include:
- 10% off Lodging during ski season (subject to availability)
- 10% off Food Service (excludes alcohol)
- 10% off Massanutten Logo'd/branded Apparel at The Market & The General Store
- Early access to Opening Day, Pass Holder Appreciation Event, Happy Hours, and End of Season Event
- *Subject to change.
Massanutten offers Family Season Passes and Individual Season Passes including a Special Value Pass, Full Season Pass, and Student Full Season Pass. Learn more here.
Meet You on the Mountain!
A Look at Winter 2022-23
Your Happy Place is calling you home for the winter! With a whole new line up of lodging options including dog friendly accommodations and winter premier packages, stay with us this for exciting snow adventures around every turn! Consider this your sign - sign off from work and sign up for fun with our expanded terrain including the opening of Mueller's Mile and two other ski trails as part of our 50 years of snow sport celebration. Start crossing off your holiday wish list with us, and stop by for shopping, ice skating, and snow tubing as we celebrate into the new year!
If you have an upcoming visit, please visit our Winter page here.
Ready. Set. We’re Not Done Yet. You’ve heard us say it, now watch us mean it! We’re excited to be announcing that Massanutten Resort is moving toward sustainability with energy efficient solar power arrays – believed to be the first of its kind to a major ski and summer resort in Virginia!
Guests are sure to start noticing small changes around the resort – for the better - in the year to come as we here at Massanutten Resort look to reduce our carbon footprints by implementing at least two solar light arrays in our move towards more energy efficient operations.
The first two at Woodstone Check-In Center and above the Laundry Facilities. The third project, waiting on approval from Rockingham County will be a ground panel adjacent to the WaterPark expected to produce more than 1.9 million kwh per year. That is compared to the average single family household which produces 14,000 kwh of electricity annually! Learn more here.