If a casual, relaxing ski town, well-varied terrain for every skiing level, kids’ activities, lodging accommodations for just about every budget and preference sound like something you're looking for in a ski vacation, then Winter Park will please. Families and those on a budget will especially appreciate the activities, lodging and dining options at Winter Park. The new Coca Cola Tube Park, off the Village Cabriolet, will delight little ones, teens and adults, alike.
In the 2014/15 ski season Winter Park is celebrating its 75th anniversary with the new Lunch Rock lodge at Mary Jane, season-long food and beverage discounts, events and activities, including a gala celebration. Stay tuned on the Ski.com Blog for more information about Winter Park's celebrations.Click to learn more about Winter Park>>>
Winter Park Ski Vacation Packages
If Winter Park sounds like the Colorado ski vacation you've been looking to experience this ski season, start planning your trip today. Ski.com is here to make your ski-vacation planning easy; we're a one-stop shop for booking complete vacation packages, including flights, lodging, ground transfers, lift tickets, equipment rentals and more! Learn more about how you can save on your Winter Park lift tickets by bundling them with lodging. We also provide insight and recommendations on where to ski and what off-mountain experiences you should try out while visiting Winter Park.
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Ski Winter Park
Watch Ski.com's Vacation Guide video about Winter Park and learn more about this down-to-earth, long-time Colorado ski resort.
The Winter Park skiing offers numerous stashes and trails for every ability. Looker's right side of the mountain is a beginner and intermediate cruiser paradise. Novice skiers and those who prefer slower speeds and gentle slopes will find a multitude of trails to explore at their own pace. Plus, beginner skiers can find several green runs from the top of the 11,200-foot Mary Jane, which yields more than 2,000 vertical feet of beginner skiing, back to the base of Winter Park. Few ski resorts can offer beginners that kind of access.
Intermediate to advanced intermediates have so many terrain options they'll think that Winter Park was made just for them. From perfectly spaced glades and sustained cruisers that run the entire length of the mountain, the Winter Park intermediate skiing is standout. But, the best, and most renowned intermediate terrain can be found in Parsenn Bowl, an expansive, breathtaking bowl at over 12,000 feet that offers exclusively blue or dark blue (advanced intermediate) terrain. Experts will be more than pleased with the many challenging mogul runs at Mary Jane, as well as Winter Park's inbound extreme zone: Vasquez Cirque, an annual host of an extreme skiing competition.
The vast and varied terrain of Winter Park also makes it a great ski area for families or groups that have differing levels of skiing ability. Winter Park offers multiple chairlifts that access beginner through expert terrain, allowing everyone in your group or family the chance to meet up and enjoy the chairlift ride together.