Winter Park
Winter Park
Winter Park

Winter Park Tours and Tickets

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Set high in the Rocky Mountains, Winter Park Resort’s 3,000 acres (1214 hectares) have a remote feeling despite being one of the closest ski resorts to downtown Denver. The resort’s typical 300 inches (762 centimeters) of snow and 300 days of sunshine each year make it one of the most popular skiing destinations in the US for beginners and experts alike.

  • Winter Park, Colorado

Tours and Tickets to Experience Winter Park

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Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Winter Park hours of operation?
Winter Park hours of operation: . Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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Q:How do you get from Denver to Winter Park without a car?
A:You can drive the 66 miles (106 kilometers) from Denver to Winter Park, or go by shuttle bus or seasonal train. Seasonal shared or private shuttles depart from Denver International Airport. The Amtrak Winter Park Express operates between Denver Union Station and the park between mid-January and late-March, Friday–Sunday.
Q:Is Winter Park OK for beginners?
A:Yes, Winter Park is suitable for beginners — about 30 percent of the trails are classified as beginner. There are many green trails to try, mostly on the looker's right side of the mountain. Skiing and snowboarding lessons are available for kids and adults. Private lessons are also offered for adults.
Q:Does the train go to Winter Park in summer?
A:No, the Amtrak train that travels between Denver Union Station and Winter Park is seasonal and only operates in the ski season, between mid-January and late-March. At other times of year you’ll need to drive to the park, or take a shared or private shuttle bus from Denver International Airport.
Q:Is Winter Park Colorado worth visiting?
A:Yes, Colorado’s Winter Park is worth visiting, especially for snow sports enthusiasts. It has won awards and been deemed a top ski resort in North America over the years. It offers more than 3,000 skiable acres (1,200 hectares), and off-season there's hiking trails, bike tracks, fishing, and more.
Q:How can I get cheap Winter Park lift tickets?
A:Lift tickets at Winter Park can get expensive. To save money, buy them online in advance. Buying them at least 72 hours before your visit can shave up to 40 percent off the price. The four interconnected peaks at Winter Park use the same lift ticket.
Q:How much is a 1-day ticket to Winter Park?
A:One-day tickets to Colorado’s Winter Park can be as low as $89 if they’re bought in advance online. Paying for season passes or multi-day passes, especially midweek passes, work out more economical per day if they’re used often enough, but you have to pay a larger upfront cost.