Loveland

Loveland Ski Area is located approximately 54 miles from Denver, in Summit County. It sits on the continental divide, just east of the Eisenhower Tunnel. The original ski area was established in 1937, making it one the oldest Colorado ski resorts.

Because of it’s over 400” of annual snowfall and high elevation, Loveland is usually one of the first ski areas to open and last to close. It offers access to 93 trails, via 10 ski lifts, all spread out over 1,800 acres.

With it’s close proximity to Denver, fair lift ticket prices, short lift lines and tons of fresh powder, Loveland will be a local favorite for many years to come.

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Loveland Ski Area Snow Report and Weather Conditions

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Loveland Ski Area Trail Maps

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Loveland Stats

Statistics

Skiable Acres: 1,800
Annual Snowfall: 422"
Number of Trails: 93
Longest Run: 2 miles
Lift Capacity: 14,293
Established: 1937

Elevation

Base: 10,800
Summit: 13,010
Vertical Rise: 2,210

Terrain

Expert: 0%
Advanced: 46%
Intermediate: 41%
Beginner: 13%
Parks: 1

Lifts (10)

Quad: 3
Triple: 3
Double: 2
Conveyor: 1
Surface: 1

Ticket Prices
(2013-14)

Adult: $61.00
Senior: $50.00
Child: $27.00
5 & Under: Free

Early season discounts may be available.

Season Passes
(2013-14)

Adult: $379.00
Youth: $269.00
Child: $169.00
Senior: $89.00

Hours of Operation

9:00am-4:00pm

Contact

Exit 216 Interstate 70
Georgetown, CO 80444

PO box 899
Georgetown, CO 80444

(800) 736-3754

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