Eldora Mountain Resort is a quick zip up the hill, outside of the Front Range. Now, you can ski or ride there for as little as $33 a day, when you buy a Three-Pack pass at a major big box Front Range store.
Eldora started selling the Three-Packs for $99 in Costco stores last spring. Tavid Bingham with the resort says Costco is the only retailer offering a deal on the non-transferrable Eldora tickets: “The idea came from Costco originally, and this year we’re offering this primo stocking stuffer lift ticket package for those holiday bargain shoppers".
Eldora is reporting plenty of snowfall. Bingham says, “Recent upslope storms have created some of the best early season conditions in the state, and our snowmaking team is working hard to get more terrain open as quickly as they can. Corona Bowl should definitely be open by Christmas, if not sooner.”
Fresh snow in Eldora. Photo courtesy Tavid Bingham, Eldora Mountain Resort
Staff are preparing for the busy holiday season at the resort which is just outside of Boulder. Bingham says, “It’s always quite busy at Eldora, and we’re taking extra steps to ensure that operations remain safe and efficient through the holidays. We’ve planned for extra staff and resources to be on hand for the busy holiday period, especially between Christmas and New Year’s.”
Eldora’s Nordic Center is also open with almost 75 percent of terrain and 28 kilometres of trails. Rentals are available. You can also snowshoe on the trails.