Loveland Ski Area has received over 25 feet of snow so far this season, and the season is still going strong. March is often one of the snowier months, and spring storms in April can also dump huge amounts.
As the snow gets deeper so do the bargains. Adult lift tickets are currently $59 per day through April 10, than drop to $52 until the season ends; probably sometime in May. Overnight lift and lodging packages are available from $160 through March for two adults.
At the Georgetown Super 8 lift and lodging packages start from $150 April 1-10 and drop to $119 from April 11 to season close. The package covers two adults with lift tickets for a night's lodging. Children, 6-14, can be added for $18 per night, per child.
Reservations are made by following the link below and must be made during the week. Loveland Central Reservations is closed on weekends.
There's still plenty of time to learn a new sport and get ready for next season with the 3-Class Pass.
Children (4-14) regardless of ability, who complete three full day lesson packages, receive a free season pass to keep practicing their skiing or snowboarding skills for the rest of the season. Full day packages include lesson, lift ticket, rentals (ski or snowboard) and lunch. Full day lessons are $297 for ages 6-14 and $327 for ages 4-5 skiers.
Beginner adults purchase and complete an Adult Newcomer full-day lesson ($105) and two half-day Master the Mountain packages ($180) to earn season pass. Lesson packages include lesson, all day lift ticket, and equipment rental.
Intermediate adults who complete three half-day intermediate Master the Mountain lesson packages may purchase an unrestricted season pass at a discounted rate of $150. The pre-purchase price for the lesson package is $420 per person.
The next couple of months offer some of the best skiing and riding of the season with longer daylight hours and warming spring temperatures.