What type of tickets?
This deal is good for a bike rental, helmet & pads, personal guided tour (approx. 2 hours) and lift access to our Greenhorn Trail -- perfect for beginners.
How about a ... 2 hour morning adventure to start your day with plenty of time to do other things? Created with the beginner in mind, this package is the perfect way to give lift access biking a try!
Come to the mountain, we'll take care of the rest!
Available Saturday & Sunday mornings when biking is offered. Read More
Pick up your discounted tickets and bike rentals at the main ticket window on the first floor of the base lodge. Please bring this receipt and photo i.d..
You can redeem your order at the resort using your mobile device or a printed voucher.
Plattekill Mountain operates Friday thru Sunday and midweek during holiday periods (see resort website for operating hours) and for private mountain rentals (any day they are not open to the
public) for private groups with all services operational. Mountain Rentals are available for purchase through Liftopia. Plattekill is known for its big mountain terrain, small mountain charm and great family friendly atmosphere.
Treat Yourself ...and Your Family! Carve turns down 2-mile long cruisers or challenge yourself on our double blacks. By mid-afternoon, hit trails that appear as though no one else had been on them that day. Escape the crowded slopes and lift lines and discover a best kept secret... come discover just what makes Plattekill a truly unique mountain!
Once at the mountain, skiers will find 35 trails to choose from, each one offering something different each and every run. Conditions are top notch with our vast amount of terrain, limited crowds and exceptional detail to snowmaking quality. These factors result in our snow staying fresh longer and not skied off by mid-day. Our "Powder Puff" beginner trail is the most famous of all, a great 2-mile cruiser with just the right pitch and for the experts, our double diamond "Blockbuster" trail offers 1,100 feet of 'continuous vertical' from top to bottom and is known as one of the steepest in the region. Read More