Parsenn Bowl with its breathtaking 360-degree views offers great wide-open bowl skiing and is intermediate friendly. Lapping the bowl on the aptly named Panoramic Express is a real treat.

Vasquez Ridge is a little off the beaten track and gets you out into the Colorado wilderness. This area seems to hold onto its intermediate and advanced powder sashes for the longest time.

Step even further into the wilderness at Eagle Wind on the side country black terrain that feeds and winds you into forest and glades.

The Cirque Territory is Winter Park’s most challenging terrain of 339 acres of double black diamond terrain. The Cirque is made more accessible with the Cirque Sled – a 48-passenger sled pulled by a snowcat, where previously you had to hike. For $20 this will cover you for the season.

With a vertical drop of 3,060 feet (932 meters), Winter Park delivers the goods when it comes to a well-laid out skier-friendly resort.

Winter Park Ski Resort Bumps

Winter Park Mountain Stats

Skiable Terrain3,081 acres (1,247 hectares)
Vertical932 m (3,060 ft)
Top Elevation3,840 m (12,600 ft)
Base Elevation2,743 m (9,000 ft)
Average Snowfall940 cm (370 in/31ft)
Beginner Terrain8%
Intermediate Terrain18%
Advanced Terrain19%
Winter lifts Total25
Gondolas Trams1
Chair Lifts19
Surface Lifts5
Mountain Restaurants11
Snowmaking313 ac (126 hectares)
Season OpensDecember 18, 2021
Season ClosesMay 06, 2022 (est)