Three mountain peaks and seven distinct territories across 3,081 skiable acres (1246 hectares) make up a fun family-friendly experience that is a ski trip to Winter Park.
Located in Grand County, Colorado, Winter Park is a 90-minute drive from Denver and sits at a base elevation of 9,000 feet (2,743 meters).
The resort’s seven territories kick off with the Winter Park Territory offers family-friendly groomers and long cruisers and allows for families to ski together. Plus, skiers right off the Eskimo Express allow parents to also ski a black diamond or two. The Mary Jane Territory is legendary for its bumps, bumps, and more bumps and tree skiing.
You can recharge throughout the day at the Lunch Rock that sits atop Mary Jane. The Lunch Rock services five of the seven territories and be sure to try the Mary Jane Ale, especially if you have finished for the day, it’s a local’s favorite.