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Reviews for Meadowlark Ski Lodge
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Great place to grow up skiing. Beautiful lodge, great food, friendly people and great skiing makes this a wonderful place to visit. The only cons are, 1. sometimes the snow is not great, 2 there is no terrain park.... Full Review
This is the place to be! Great place to ride some challenging runs or bring the kids and teach them to ski as well... Full Review
Skiing for all abilities. We are in our seventies and enjoy the area more than ever. Learned to ski on this hill. Well groomed and maintained where it is possible. Chair assist at all times. Beautiful lodge and variety of food options. Friendly, neighborly ski environment. ... Full Review
Love it, close to home good people clean fun, good terrain...
Wish we could cooperate with other resorts with seasonal pass???
Hard working and friendly people! ... Full Review
I’m a beginner to intermediate skier having only skied in large CO resorts...I wish I knew about this place earlier! First of all, it’s more than half the price of large resorts(a fraction of the size too though) but it has everything! All levels of runs are available, great home style food and a large, cool lodge with huge fireplace and good bar. There’s no ski school but the ski patrol joined the first-timers in our group and offered pointers for as long as needed! We were often thanked for bringing people out to learn to ski. It felt like an old-fashioned day out on the slopes. Even our advanced skier had a great time with the various runs. Another advantage is all levels of skiers can be together bc there are only 2 lifts so it’s easy to meet up often! That’s impossible at the huge resorts. We had so much fun we plan to make it an annual New Year trip!... Full Review
Meadowlark is one of the great little known gems of the Rocky Mountains. The terrain is outstanding, and there are far more descent options than the trail map suggests. In fact you could ski this place every day for a week without ever repeating the same descent. There is also a huge amount of out of bounds terrain that is accessible from the lift at meadowlark. There are also numerous good places to hang out on the mountain, including caves, a slot canyon, and a secret tipi back in the woods.... Full Review
As a lifelong skier, I regretfully say that this is the mostly poorly run ski area I have ever been to. For a smaller mountain there is some good terrain, and it is very uncrowded (several times I was the only person on the entire lift). However, the food was very expensive and not good. None of the slopes were groomed (including any beginner terrain) and they never ran the rope tow all day. I met the owner who was very grumpy. I asked about grooming and he said it was a waste of money. I asked why there wasn't a ski school and he said he wasn't going to pay teenagers to ski all day. I asked why the rope tow wasn't running and he said they don't run it because they have a beginner chair. I met the ski patrol director who had nothing good to say about the ski area and owner, and told me he was planning to move to another ski area when they got it reopened.... Full Review
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