The excitement is growing in Colorado as the countdown to the 2020-21 ski season is just around the corner. Many ski resorts in Colorado provide a skier with a great day on the slopes. However, let’s take a look at some of the best of the best.
Most everyone would put Breckenridge on their list of favorites. They scheduled November 13 as their date to open the 2020-21 season. However, their opening depends on weather and snowfall. Breckenridge’s estimated closing date for this season is May 31, 2021. If you purchase your lift tickets in advance, you are guaranteed the best prices. Access to Breckenridge and Keystone, known as the Summit Value Pass, is available for $609 for the season (some restrictions apply). You can also purchase The Epic Day Pass, ski rentals, and ski packages.
Skiing at Vail offers a lot of social distancing, during the pandemic, with more than three acres per skier. You can also have a great time in the 100 percent natural snow. Their estimated opening date this season is November 20. Their closing date is forecast for April 19. If you are interested in an Epic Pass for ages 13 and up, the cost will be $999. It provides for skiing at all of the resorts where you love to ski and holiday access along with six discount tickets. You can also purchase an Epic Local Pass for $749 for ages 19 and older. You have access all season long although holidays are excluded, you also receive six discount tickets. The Epic Day Pass is available for $415 for ages 13 and up. It is suitable for one to seven full days, but it excludes holiday access.
Aspen plans to open on November 26. The tentative closing date is April 19. Their regular pricing for the Premier Pass is $2,849. If you are a Premier Silver, age 70 and over, the cost is $819. Skiers embrace the Aspen Mount, the Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk. They have always been about more than just skiing. The Aspen ski resort ideas contribute to the beautiful community that attracts some of the world’s most passionate athletes, artists, thought-leaders, and various other personalities.
Although Winter Park had planned to open around the middle of November, the date is now projected for November 30. The opening date is subject to change and is based on public health and weather conditions. The resort is just a 67-mile drive from Denver, and it provides easy access to 765,000 acres of public land. Winter Park is excited about opening this winter as they are providing $30 million in updates this season. Their best value pass is $749 for unlimited access. Season passes are more than $100 cheaper for young adults (ages 13-22) at $629. A child ages 5-12 can purchase a season pass for $409. and anyone four and under only needs to pay $10.
Beaver Creek plans to open on November 25. Their estimated closing date is April 4, 2021. Many people choose these slopes due to their unparalleled mountain terrain, which is excellent for all ages and abilities. Their season passes are $525 for ages 12 to 69, $300 for ages 6-11, and $100 for children five or younger. Beaver Creek also offers special rates for seniors, students, and military members.
This beautiful resort is known as the place where kids of all ages discover the magic the mountains have to provide and where grown-ups learn, deep down, they are still kids at heart. Keystone was one of the first resorts to open on November 6. One of the great things about this resort is that they provide night skiing. Daytime lift tickets are valid until 9 pm. Or, you can purchase a night ticket from 4:00 pm to closing time. The Epic Local Pass is available for adults ages 19 and over. It provides access throughout the season, although it excludes holiday access. Six discount tickets are also provided at the cost of $749. A Keystone Plus Pass for adults ages 13 and up provides access to Keystone and more. It excludes holiday access. You also receive six discount tickets for the cost of $409. The Keystone Crested Butte 4-Pack provides four days of skiing at Keystone and Crested Butte. It is available for ages five and up at $249. It excludes holiday access.
Winter at Steamboat offers a variety of excitement. You can, of course, go skiing. If anyone in your group chooses something different, they can go on a sleigh ride, go tubing, or snowmobiling. No matter your choice, you can enjoy Colorado’s beautiful Rocky Mountains. Steamboat opens the 2020-21 ski season on December 1. Their estimated closing date is April 14, 2021. If your child is four years of age or younger, a child pass is available for $49. The Ikon Pass, for adults, allows unlimited skiing at Steamboat. It also provides an endless adventure all season across 43 global destinations. There are no blackout dates. The cost is $1149. Or there is the Ikon Base Pass available for adults for $849. It provides you with 41 unique destinations. It is said that Steamboat is an outdoor adventure that meets genuine western friendliness. It is home to Champagne Power snow, and it has produced more winter Olympians than any other town in the United States.
No matter where you choose to ski in the state, your choice will be perfect for a day or two on the slopes. Every ski destination has something unique to offer as the best Colorado ski resorts offer something for everyone.