Winter Park Resort

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Since 1939, Winter Park Resort has welcomed guests to ski atop some of the most scenic peaks Colorado has to offer. The resort spans three mountains: Winter Park, Mary Jane, and Vasquez Ridge, encompassing more than 2,500 skiable acres. Each range has its own unique characteristics providing visitors a variety of technical challenges and distinctive scenery. Skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities will find something to ride amid the bunny hills, moguls, backcountry, tree trails, and bowls. Adventurous riders should check out the terrain park filled with rails and ramps.

Recent improvements to the resort include a new triple chairlift named Eagle Wind, which provides access to the backcountry of Parsenn Bowl. New Trails have also been established including seven that cut into the backside of Parsenn Bowl, each featuring the names of historic Arapaho chiefs.

No matter your skill level, Winter Park provides a variety of trails, and with so much space you’re sure to find your own patch of glittering untouched snow. When you’re done exploring the surroundings, be sure to check out the village nightlife and fine-dining Winter Park has to offer right at the foot of the mountain.

Winter Park Resort features include:

  • $4.8 million in on-mountain improvements
  • 143 total ski runs
  • 2,762 skiable acres
  • 25 total lifts including nine high-speed chairs
  • Terrain Park
  • Private or group ski school for children or adults
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