- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Season Start/End: 11/13 - 4/20
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|from US$0.00 to US$109.00
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Perfectly positioned next to the Continental Divide, Winter Park has the distinct advantage of being able to catch winter storms from nearly every direction. Western and southern storms get "trapped" by the Divide. Northern and eastern "upslope" storms often spread over the west side of the Divide and add to the snowpack. On average, Winter Park receives 369 inches of snow annually - a factor that has led to its long-held claim of being Denver's favorite place to ski. Winter Park is actually owned by the city of Denver, but operated by Intrawest. The area is 67 miles from Denver. Though it is completely interconnected by lifts, it has separate base areas: Mary Jane and Winter Park. Mary Jane is where you'll find the famous bumps and super-steeps. Advanced skiers favor the Zephyr Express on the Winter Park side.
Zephyr Mountain Lodge offers restaurants, shopping, and lodging. Snowcat tours, dog sled rides, day spa services, gourmet dinners at the mountaintop Lodge at Sunspot. Ski and snowboard lessons and rentals available.
16th March 2013
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Winter Park has a perfect stocking stuffer with the Twofer Pass.More