Colorado Ski Season is Upon Us
Curious to know when you’re favorite place to ski is open
for the season. Well, here are the dates
for some of the best ski spots Colorado has to offer. Arapahoe Basin opens mid-October. They are known for typically having one of the
longest seasons in North America. Their daily passes range from $67-$82
depending on the time of season that you go. Their season pass for adults is
$269, youth is $199, and kids are $139 which is a great deal considering how
long they are open during the season. Their season passes also include
discounts for their shops and restaurants and discounted ski lessons. To learn
more you can check out their website at http://www.arapahoebasin.com. Loveland is another resort that generally opens in October.
Their passes start at $379 for new pass holders and $359 for returning pass
holders. The youth passes are $269-$249 and the children passes are $169-$159.
Kids 5 and under ski free. Their passes include some free passes to other
resorts such as, Monarch Ski area and Durango Mountain Resort. Check out their website at http://www.skiloveland.com. Copper Mountain and Wolf Creek generally opens the beginning
of November. They are ranked in the top 10 ski resorts in Colorado. Copper Mountain is known for having the best
beginner and intermediate terrains. Wolf Creek is popular for having the best
tree slopes and not being too crowded. They are also known for the best powder
and fresh snow in the region. Copper
Mountains’ passes are $369 for adults, $299 for teens and $209 for children.
Wolf Creek is a little pricier starting at $786 for adults, $608 for students,
and children are $338. Steamboat, Snowmass and Telluride are few more ski resorts
ranked in the top 10. They generally open at the end of November.
one of the largest ski resorts in Colorado. It is also voted the best for its
tree skiing. They offer a variety of different passes from a night skiing pass
to 15 day passes and family ski free passes. Check out their website for more
info http://www.steamboat.com. Snowmass is the largest of the four Aspen
Snowmass ski areas. It is one of the top family friendly resorts. Their slopes
offer terrain for all ability levels from the family friendly runs, to beginner
and intermediate to an abundance of ‘double black’ runs. Their passes are
definitely on the higher end starting around $1000 up to $2000. Their passes do
include day passes to other great resorts as well. Their website is http://www.aspensnowmass.com. Telluride
is a beautiful historic mining town. It finds the perfect balance between
sophistication and unpretentiousness. Their ski resort is ranked at the top for
best overall terrain and their lift infrastructure. Their adult ski pass is
$1098, youth is $225 and children are $175. You can check all the benefits to
owning one of their passes at their website http://www.tellurideskiresort.com. There are many other ways to get discount passes and
season passes. One of the sites I found http://www.coloradoski.com.
They have a Gem Pass, which offers: BOGO-Buy one adult full day lift ticket get
one free. Each card is good for different resorts, including a few that I mentioned
above. They also offer a Gold Pass that gives you access to 20 Colorado Ski
Country USA Member Resort. All of the resorts I mentioned above are included in
those and many more. There are no blackout dates and are valid every day all
season. Definitely check those out; they are also transferable to friends and
family. Epic is another season pass to look in to. It covers a lot of the major
Ski resorts in Colorado. They offer 7 day passes, Local Passes, and their Epic Pass. It
includes unlimited access to some of the top resorts in Colorado, including
Vail and Breckenridge. Vail is one of the largest skiing areas in the world.
Vail scores the “best skiing in the USA” awards from Powder hounds for the ·
Advanced piste terrain ·
Off-piste terrain ·
Breckenridge is known for being one of the most
popular resorts in North America. Breckenridge has varied terrain for all
ability level. They are also rated very high for their shopping and night life.
To check out the Epic passes go to their website Epic Pass
There are so many amazing resorts that Colorado has to offer, it would
take all day to list them all. These are just a few of the best.
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