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Winter Park Resort

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Contact Info
677 Winter Park Drive
PO Box 36
Winter Park, CO 80482

Snow Report:
Skiable Acres:
3,060 Acres
Vertical Drop:
2,610 Feet


Winter Park Resort is one of the closest ski areas to Denver and is a favorite of locals. This state-owned park features reasonable rates and great powder.

Winter Park Resort consists of four adjacent areas: Winter Park, Mary Jane, (including Parsenn Bowl), Vasquez Cirque, and Vasquez Ridge. A network of trails and chairlifts connects the four distinct mountains.

Winter Park Resort is the oldest continually operated resort in Colorado and the 2009/10 season marks its 70th season.

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Hours + Prices


Weekdays: 9am - 4pm
Weekends: 8:30am - 4pm
Half Day: 9am - 12:15pm or 12pm - 4pm

Mid-November to Mid-April


Mountain Stats

Skiable Acres:
3,060 Acres
Average Snowfall:
351 Inches
57% Exp - 34% Int - 9% Beg
Base Elevation:
9,000 Feet
Vertical Drop:
2,610 Feet
Lifts and Runs
Number of Lifts:
24 Lifts
Total Runs:
134 Runs

2 Magic Carpets, 1 Rope Tow, 7 Double Chairs, 3 Triple Chairs, 8 Hi-Speed Quads

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Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Denver:

Winter Park is 67 miles northwest of Denver. Take I-70 West to US Hwy 40 (exit 232). Follow US Hwy 40 over Berthoud Pass to Winter Park (24 miles)

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