With an average annual snowfall of over 912 cm – the most consistent of any major Colorado resort – While the resort offers something for all levels of skier and snowboarder, Winter Park is probably best known for some of Colorado’s most challenging skiing and its proximity to Denver International Airport means you’ll have more time to enjoy the mountain.
Recent developments have seen an expansion of the village at the base of the mountain, with more lodging options, along with a pedestrian main street featuring a selection of restaurants and shops – all within walking distance of the lifts. The resort offers plenty of activities for non skiers including scenic snowcat rides, snowmobiling, tubing, dog sledding, ice skating, sleigh rides and hot air ballooning to name but a few. Guests can also use Colorado’s oldest hot springs resort, Hot Sulphur Springs.
The main town is located 3 miles down the road from the base village and offers a good choice of bars and restaurants for a fun evening out.
Facilities for children
A non-ski programme for children aged 2 months to 6 years with indoor activities and lunch is available on site (reservations required). Child Care is located in the Kids Adventure Junction Centre at the base of Winter Park.
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Winter Park Resort has five distinct mountains, Winter Park, Mary Jane, Parsenn Bowl, Vasquez Cirque and Vasquez Ridge. Winter Park Mountain is a haven for family skiing with its beautifully groomed cruiser runs, terrain parks and halfpipe. Mary Jane Mountain has some of the best mogul skiing in North America, while Vasquez Ridge has great powder skiing. Parsenn Bowl offers high-altitude skiing for intermediate and advanced skiers and riders. Finally there is Vasquez Cirque featuring a daunting mix of cornices, rock outcrops, steeps and glades.
Resort Altitude: 2743m
Summit Elevation: 3676m
Vertical Drop: 933m
Total Pistes: 1212km²
Number of Lifts: 25
Snow Parks: 5
Getting to Winter Park
Denver International Airport - 85 miles (1h30m transfer time)
Unless otherwise specified, transfers will be included in the price of you ski holiday package. Transfers from Denver are arranged through Home James and will be by shared shuttle; however, please contact us if you would prefer the comfort and convenience of a private charter, which can be arranged at a supplement.
From Denver take Interstate 70 west and take exit 232 to Winter Park, Empire and Granby. Follow Exit 232 onto Hwy 40 which will take you over Berthoud Pass and to Winter Park.
If you would prefer the flexibility and freedom of a rental vehicle during your stay, please contact us for a quotation. We are able to pre-book a range of vehicles, all including unlimited mileage, collision damage waiver and all airport taxes & fees.
If you fancy a fun alternative to driving, why not take the Winter Park Express from Denver to Winter Park?
The train runs between Denver's Union Station and Winter Park Resort, departing once a day in each direction on Saturdays and Sundays during the winter season. The service also runs on Mondays during the January and February holidays. Please contact us for more information on this service.
Piste information: Resort is closed for the season
Lower snow depth: 0cm
Upper snow depth: 0cm
Lifts in total: 24
Data last updated on 2017-04-28
Snow report information from SkiClub.