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Winter Park Ski Holidays

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Winter Park Highlights

Great value lodging

Mary Jane – Bumps, bumps, bumps

Great terrain and tree skiing

Discovery Park - ideal for families and beginners

Perfect for intermediates and experts

Short transfer from Denver airport

Off the beaten track
Winter Park Highlights

Great value lodging

Mary Jane – Bumps, bumps, bumps

Great terrain and tree skiing

Discovery Park - ideal for families and beginners

Perfect for intermediates and experts

Short transfer from Denver airport

Off the beaten track
Happy to be one of Colorado's hidden gems!

Offering a wide variety of steep groomers, beginner trails, intermediate tree skiing, and aggressive mogul runs, the trails at Winter Park are just as diverse as the skiers who frequent them.


What sets Winter Park apart from the rest?

When it comes to skiing in Colorado, most people think of resorts like Vail and Breckenridge along the “I-70 corridor”—a freeway thoroughfare cutting straight through the mountains from east to west that funnels up carload after carload of winter enthusiasts from the front range cities. In other words, crowds. However, Winter Park (Colorado's fourth largest resort) is accessed off Highway 40, a winding road that takes you over Berthoud Pass (great views!) and down into the Fraser Valley. It's remoteness from other resorts and major interstates makes it a less crowded, authentic mountain experience.

Separated into two mountains, Mary Jane and Winter Park proper, this resort is famous in the annals of ski-dom for its amazing moguls. (Is there such a thing as bad moguls? Yes!) Although some expert trails do exist at Winter Park, the more adventurous skiers head to Mary Jane for the most challenging tree runs and mogul fields. This famed mogul terrain varies from super steep bumps to mellow, easily learnable moguled lanes. Mary Jane is especially thrilling on a powder day, with some great glades and that famous light Colorado powder.

If Mary Jane doesn’t sound like your bag, Derailer, Long Haul, Cannon Ball, Railbender, and Trestle are excellent trails to start with. Afterwards, head up Parsenn Bowl on rustic Panoramic Express chair. Although dropping in Parsenn Bowl may look tempting, follow the signs to the Vasquez Cirque and ski the South Headwall, West Headwall, or the Alphabet Chutes. Be advised: this section is peppered with cliff bands, rocks, and other hazardous items. Once below the Chutes, exciting tree skiing is everywhere and each path will lead you back to the Eagle Wind chair for another run.

Intermediate skiers can find their own playground too on the wide-open Parsenn Bowl. They can then head over into the trees on Parry’s Peak, and over to the lower trails serviced by the Panoramic Express. Snowboaders will revel in the terrain park, and Beginners will enjoy the endless variety of groomed greens found in and around Discovery Park. A family oriented resort, Winter Park’s terrain has something for everyone.












Winter Park Stats

• Base elevation: 9,000-ft. / 2743m
• Summit elevation: 12,060-ft. / 3675m
• Terrain: 3081+ acres
• Average Annual Snowfall: 348 inches / 876 cm
• Number of Lifts: 22
• Number of Trails: 143
• Longest Run: 4.9 miles
• Parks & Pipes: 6 Terrain Parks, 1 Superpipe
• Trail Classification:  8% Beginner, 37% Intermediate, 55% Adv / Expert
• Transfer time: 1 hrs 45 mins from Calgary




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