- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
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Winter Park Resort is a Colorado favorite located about 67 miles northwest of Denver. Originally built by the city of Denver as a winter park for its residents, Winter Park Resort has continually operated since 1939.
The ski area is known for being a very family friendly resort and has terrain for all ability types. Winter Park contains over 3,000 skiable acres that span across two distinct mountains and is home to a majority of beginner and intermediate trails. Mary Jane Mountain is home to amazing tree skiing, world-class moguls, and wide open alpine bowls.
The resort contains modern amenities with an extensive well developed trail system. The village base contains multiple lodging, dining and shopping options.
Fly to Denver International Airport (DIA), and you are on Winter Park/Mary Jane's doorstep. Winter Park is accessible via most major airlines. No fewer than 18 carriers service DIA, including United, American, US Air, Delta, Continental, Southwest, Northwest, British Airways, Jet Blue, and Air Canada.
Winter Park's five distinct mountains are 67 miles Northwest of DIA. Take I-70 west from the airport to exit 232. US 40 will bring you the last 24 miles to Winter Park. If you are coming from west of Winter Park, use I-70 eastbound to exit 232.
Numerous car rental companies offer service from DIA. Home James Transportation Services will transfer you from DIA to Winter Park. Call 800-359-7503 or book via www.homejamestransportation.com. Home James also provides private charters, casino shuttles and local taxi service.
Take the free shuttle linking Winter Park Resort, the town of Winter Park, and the town of Fraser.
Home James Transportation Services (800-359-7503; www.homejamestransportation.com)
Valley Taxi (970-726-4940; www.winterparktaxi.com)