Winter Park Resort introduces "The Season of the Seven" for 2013-2014
A mountain of many adventures, Winter Park is full of vast and varied terrain with
seven distinct ski and ride experiences. That means everyone can find and fulfill
the winter adventure they’ve always imagined. From the endless groomers of Winter
Park to the challenging trees and bumps that blanket Mary Jane, that’s just two
of the seven territories! The territories are comprised of: Winter Park, Mary
Jane, Vasquez Ridge, Parsenn Bowl, Terrain Park, Eagle Wind, and The Cirque;
each individually significant, but all integral in building Winter Park Resort
into more than you imagine. It’s all here for the mountain-minded adventurer who
wants to find excitement for the whole family in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Allow us to help plan a great Winter Park ski vacation that will allow you explore
the Season of the Seven Territories.
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Winter Park Resort, one of the closest ski areas to Denver, is a locals
favorite. Located in the scenic Fraser Valley in the Rocky Mountains, this
state-owned park boasts agreeable rates and first-class powder. Winter Park
offers miles of downhill runs, plenty of rails for snowboarders and skiers,
and abundance of terrain for those of all skill levels.
And why not let us help to make your vacation a pleasure and less of a hassle.
We can put together amazing Winter Park specials. Allow us to help with
lodging, transportation, rentals, and lift tickets. We can take care of all
the details at once when you book your trip with us.
Winter Park is spread across three mountains - Winter Park, Mary Jane, and
Vasquez Ridge. The three are connected by several trails and multiple lifts.
Although there are trails of all difficulty spread between the three different
mountains, they are clearly marked. A special area for beginners and ski
lessons makes newcomers feel at home.
In the early 1900s when the Moffat Tunnel was completed through the Rockies,
Front Range locals began to ride the train to Winter Park. The shacks built
for the tunnel construction crews made perfect warming huts for hardy skiers
who climbed the mountains and cruised down on long boards. The ski area now is
part of the Denver public parks system and ranks as one of the largest ski
areas in the state.