The 4-Pak offered by Loveland is unique in that it isn’t loaded down with restrictions. John Sellers with the resort said, “I think the best deal out there now is the 4-Pak.” The good thing about this pass is that there are no restrictions or blackout dates. Head up the hill on the holidays. Plan on using it when it’s a powder day. It’s good any time. The 4-Paks are actual lift tickets that can be used by anyone, any day of the season. Use them yourself on four different days. Or head to the slopes with four different friends or family and use them all on the same day.
Another idea is if you and some co-workers have a layover in Denver (at Denver International Airport), work a ski visit into the schedule. Loveland is easily accessible from the Front Range. It’s a short drive up the hill.
Get the Loveland 4-Pak for $129 online, or by calling the Loveland ticket office. It is non-refundable and can’t be replaced if lost or stolen. The 4-Pak is available until Nov. 18. Passes will not be sold after that date. Once ordered, the pass will be mailed to you.
The Loveland gang is also making the rounds at ski shows throughout Colorado. Buy a 4-Pak at one of the shows and you can save $10 off the price. You can also get your tickets that day, and you don’t have to wait for them to be delivered in the mail. A list of Fall Ski Shows that Loveland will be attending is on the Loveland Ski Area website.