by masterdel - 9th December 2007
I have a high altitude training center in almont Colorado 45 minutes west and have been skiing Monarch for 25 years. You might wonder with Crested Butte on... Full review
by Greg Smith - 9th January 2014
Pros: Great, natural snow, great terrain, fun staff, excellent attitude
Cons: Older lifts aren't fast; vertical is a bit limited
I am a huge fan of Monarch. It's affordable. It's relatively easy to reach (despite its altitude and occasionally tough roads). The snow is about the best y... Full review
by newsance - 22nd March 2009
Pros: SNOW, terrain, NO LIFT LINES
Cons: Could use a more competitive season pass.
Monarch is a great ski area. If you haven't skied it yet, DO SO. Its worth it. Snow is 100% natural and they get a ton of it! While this does mean that ... Full review
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Monarch Mountain is changing the definition of group skiing/riding. Traditional group ski travel has been defined as a minimum of twenty to twenty-five people to receive group discounts. Not any longer at Monarch Mountain. Group pricing is now available to parties of ten or more with all-day adult lift tickets starting as low as $40.00. More
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