Snow & Ski Conditions Winter Park

The Winter Park snow report for Apr 16 is a 79" base depth with 14 of 25 lifts open. Please note ski conditions and snowfall at Winter Park are sourced directly from the ski resort and are only recorded during the official ski season's opening to closing dates.
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Recent Snowfall

     
0"0"0"0"0"10"

Base

79"
Powder

Summit

83"
Powder
Snow Reporter Comments: --
Lifts Open
14/25 open
Runs Open
127/171 open
Beginner Runs Open
31/38
Intermediate Runs Open
30/35
Advanced Runs Open
24/88
Expert Runs Open
42/11

First Hand Report

Gorgeous bluebird day! Pano was nice and soft still, even the front side as we left around 12:30 before the slush really took over
5 days ago

Resort Overview

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Oct 30
Projected Opening
May 19
Projected Closing
Winter Park Ski Resort Overview Winter Park Resort is a Colorado favorite. Originally built by the city of Denver as a "winter park" for its residents, Winter Park Resort has continually operated since 1939. While it is only 60 miles from Denver, it is separated by huge mountain ranges and therefore has a very remote feel to it. 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. While the main way to reach Winter Park is by I-70 West and US-40 (about 1.5 hours from Denver), you can also reach the slopes by train. The double-decker Winter Park Express is a weekends-only 2-hour train ride from downtown Union Station to Winter Park. It does sell out so buy your tickets early!

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