On an average weekend/holiday morning, we park several thousand cars so delays may be expected. The time you save by arriving early will pay dividends later.

There is plenty of parking at all three resorts (See map below). Parking is FREE midweek. On peak-weekends and holidays, parking is FREE in select areas and up to $20 in the main lots. Holidays include 12/21 - 12/31, 2019. 1/1 – 1/5, 1/18 - 1/20, 2/15 – 2/17, 2020.

  • $20 General
  • $10 Pass Holder
  • Electric (not Hybrid) cars FREE
  • Carpool 4+ FREE

If you arrive early, you will probably park close to the lodge or in the FREE areas. For later arrivals, convenient shuttle buses run between the East and West Resorts.  There is no shuttle service to the North Resort.

Overnight parking is prohibited in all parking areas. Violators will be towed or ticketed for obstructing snow removal.

Seasonal Parking Pass

  • $99 General
  • $49 Season Pass Holder
  • Allows you to park at any one of our three (3) resorts.
  • Is valid for any car.
  • May only be used once per day.
  • Does not guarantee you a spot if the lots are full.

Parking passes may be revoked without refund if misused for any reason.  If you plan to visit more than 5 weekends this winter, save money with Seasonal Parking Pass.

19.20 Seasonal Parking Passes coming soon!

Preferred Parking Pass

  • $199 Season Pass Holders only
  • Allows you to park upfront at any one of our three (3) resorts.
  • Guarantees you a spot until 1pm.
  • Is valid for any car.
  • May only be used once per day.

Reserve Preferred Parking

To purchase your Preferred Parking pass today, contact us at seasonpass@mthigh.com

Drop-Off Zone

Use our drop-off zones in front of each base lodge for easy loading & unloading. 

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking is located directly in front of our primary entrances. Please note our parking staff operates in a manner responsive to the needs of guests who display state-authorized DMV disabled person (DP) or disabled veteran (DV) license plates, a placard, or a permit. Persons issued state plates, a placard, or a permit must have a state-issued disabled I.D. card in their possession. These spots are available first-come, first-serve.