Head to Winter Park Resort for a winter adventure where you will explore exhilarating steeps, panoramic bowls, cruisy groomers, 80+ terrain park features, jumps, bumps and powder stashes at Colorado’s longest operating ski resort. With over 3000 acres of vast and varied ski terrain spread across it’s amazing Seven Territories, Winter Park satisfies all ages and abilities
- Incredible snow – up to 9m a year of light dry Colorado powder
- Closest resort to Denver International Airport
- Consists of 5 adjacent mountains making it one of the largest ski resorts in Colorado
- A huge variety of terrain
- 1238 hectares of trees, bumps and groomers
|Top Elevation||3,676 Metres|
|Base Elevation||2,743 Metres|
|Vertical Drop||667 Metres|
|Skiable Terrain||3,081 Acres|
There is plenty to do at Winter Park when you are not skiing, including:
- Fitness clubs
- Horse-drawn sleigh rides
- Hot springs
- Day spas
- Dog sled rides
- Indoor Rock Climbing
Getting to Winter Park
Winter Park is accessible by car, van service, or train. By car, from Denver, take Interstate 70 West to exit 232 onto U.S. Hwy 40 to Winter Park. The resort is 85 miles (137 km) from Denver International Airport.
Hertz rental cars are available locally or in Denver. Other rental car agencies are also available in Denver.
Transportation services offer door-to-door van trips throughout the day from Denver International Airport to the Winter Park area during ski season. Private charters and taxi service is also available.
Amtrak’s California Zephyr serves Winter Park daily, with westbound service from Chicago and Omaha and eastbound service from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Salt Lake City. Sleeping accommodations are available on both routes.
Winter Park has a wide variety of properties to suit all tastes and budgets. From ski-in/ski-out slopeside lodging options to hotels and motels located in the town of Winter Park.
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