Winter Park Trail Map
Winter Park Ski Area
► Alpine ski area
The resort divides its terrain between two different mountains: Mary Jane and Winter Park. Each mountain is unique with its own distinct characteristics. Winter Park contains long wide groomed trails and is home to Winter Park’s renowned ski and ride school. Vasquez Ridge is off the beaten path and contains some powder stashes hidden away within the intermediate to advanced trails.
Winter Park ski resort has 3,081 skiable acres that are broken up into seven territories. Check out the Winter Park site for more details on the distinct territories and where you should aim to spend the majority of your day based on your skills and terrain preferences.
Mary Jane is home to legendary tree skiing and mogul runs. At the top of Parsenn Bowl, skiers and riders are met with spectacular 360 degree views. Parsenn Bowl offers skiers and riders an intermediate friendly high-alpine experience. Off the Eagle Wind chairlift is home to excellent tree skiing and steep glades.
► Tubing Park and Snow Play
The Coca-Cola Tube Park in Winter Park is the newest tube park in Colorado that features three separate lanes with banked curves and a covered conveyor lifts that take riders from the bottom to the top. When not tubing you can sit back and enjoy gourmet hot chocolate and snacks at the Hill House. The park is conveniently located adjacent to the Vintage Hotel with easy access to village restaurants via the Cabriolet.
► Cross Country and Snowshoeing
Winter Park is fantastic for nordic skiing, with over 80 miles of trails throughout Winter Park and Fraser. There are four main trail hubs: Devil’s Thumb, Snow Mountain Ranch, Ski Granby Ranch and Grand Lake Nordic Center. Trails range from quite easy (Grand Park Loop) to a much more difficult Deadhorse Loop Trail which spans 7 miles and a 1,300 ft. incline.