Now’s the perfect time to get started on your winter ski vacation plans. Here's what's happening this season in Colorado Ski Country:
Snowmass will celebrate its 50th Anniversary all season long including $6.50 lift tickets (the original price for a lift ticket on opening day in 1967) on December 15, 2017.
Ski and then soak in the natural Glenwood Hot Springs with the Sunlight Mountain Ski, Swim and Stay Package.
Arapahoe Basin and Purgatory Resort have new skiable terrain while Loveland Ski Area will expand its snowcat skiing operation.
Crested Butte introduces an adult beginner area and CB North Face Guides help expert skiers and riders navigate the extreme terrain of the famed North Face.
Winter Park has expanded the Winter Park Express, the convenient train service between Denver’s Union Station and Winter Park Resort.
It's easier than ever to get to Telluride this season with more flights from the NY metropolitan area and around the country.
Thinking of tying the knot? Set the date at Loveland Ski Area's 26th annual 'Mountaintop Matrimony' event this Valentine’s Day.
The laid back, Ski Cooper (not to be confused with Copper Mountain) will host four Moonlight Mountaintop Yurt Dinners on the first Saturday of each month from January through April 2018.
Cross Country and snowshoeing enthusiasts, check out Granby Ranch with its miles of peaceful trails.
Planning a girls' trip? Telluride’s Women’s Ski & Wellness Week features yoga, meditation, speakers and après fun along with expert ski instruction and Aspen Snowmass features the four-day 'Women’s Edge' for laughter mixed with black diamond challenges. Arapahoe Basin hosts its weekly Legendary Ladies clinic and Crested Butte hosts 'Women’s Tips on Tuesdays', a half-day lesson led by top female pros that concludes with a glass of wine.
Ski areas across the state will be celebrating the upcoming Winter Olympics with themed events such as races, Olympiads, sendoffs for athletes and clinics led by former Olympians.
Colorado will host two Olympic qualifying events, U.S. athletes compete in the half pipe and big air events at the U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain December 6-10, 2017 and Aspen Snowmass will host the World Cup Finals January 10-14, 2018.
Four resorts: Aspen/Snowmass, Copper Mountain, Steamboat and Purgatory will open year-round mountain coasters for families looking for an exciting new way to explore the mountain.
Now’s the time to make a plan! coloradoski.com