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Winter Park, Colorado
Winter Park, Colorado

This is the great outdoors you've dreamed about...

This is the great outdoors you've dreamed about: where fresh air and gorgeous natural surroundings meet high-alpine adventures and soothing retreats. It's the perfect convergence of life, nature and the elements. Winter Park inspires visitors from around the world and constantly rewards those lucky enough to call this home. Come see for yourself.

Winter Park lies just 67 miles from Denver. As you crest the 11,400-foot summit of Berthoud Pass and make your way down US Highway 40, the valley opens up before you like your own four-season playground. From the snowcapped peaks of the Continental Divide to the northern runout of the Fraser River and its tributaries, Winter Park shimmers with life. Winter Park is home to unbelievable outdoor adventure, spectacular scenery and family fun. With over 360" of snow each year, it makes for excellent skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowmobiling, sleigh rides and snow angel making. It is a playground sure to please anyone's inner child.

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Rocky Mountain National Park »
Celebrating its 100th Anniversary from Sept 2014 - Sept 2015. (leave middle sentences) For listing of celebration events, visit

Cross-Country Skiing » With 260k of groomed trails and hundreds more miles of backcountry trails to explore, Winter Park is a haven for cross-country skiers. Glide your way through frosted pine forests and rolling meadows. The only sound
you'll hear is the rhythm of your own skis. (800) 903-7275 or

Tubing » Come experience the trills and spills while snow tubing on any of Grand County's five tubing hills. Great activity for groups! (800) 903-7275,

Ski Granby Ranch » Granby Ranch's ski area is comprised of two separate yet inter-connected mountains. East Mountain's terrain is primarily beginner and intermediate, while West Mountain's terrain is primarily intermediate and advanced with limited beginner access.

Winter Park Resort » Three interconnected mountains offer groomed terrain, steep and deep powder runs and magnificent moguls. Fun. Family. Adventure. Winter Park Resort is Colorado - pure and simple. (800) 977-2754 or

National Sports Center for the Disabled » This non-profit offers year-round, therapeutic recreation and competitive opportunities for children and adults with disabilities. Specializing in winter sports including alpine skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing. (303) 316-1543 or

> 2014/15 Event Schedule

Winter Park Resort Opens for the Season » November 12, 2014

32nd Annual Chef's Cup Dinner & Dance
» December 6, 2014
The 32nd Annual Chef's Cup Dinner, Dance and Silent Auction features food from the finest chefs and restaurants in Grand County and live music and dancing.

Ski Granby Ranch Opens for the Season
» December 11, 2014

Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade & Fireworks
» December 24, 2014
One of the most beloved Winter Park traditions. The event begins with Christmas carols around the bonfire at the base of Winter Park Resort and appearance by Santa and his merry helpers. A spectacular fireworks display and snow-cats adorned with Christmas colors light up the slopes in a Christmas tree formation to conclude the festivities.

Granby Ranch Night Skiing and Riding
» January 7 - March 9, 2015
Grand county's only night skiing facility. Open every Friday and Saturday, 5 to 8 pm. Also open Christmas holiday week Dec. 26 through 30, 2014.

Friday Night Mini-Rail Jams
» January 9 - March 13, 2015
Little jibbers come practice and show your tricks! Hit the mini rail park, Bouncer, in the Village for some fun after the mountain has closed for the day. Practice your rail slides and jumps in a training mini terrain park.

Devil's Thumb Ranch Stagecoach Classic
» January 24, 2015
The 30km/15km classic cross-country ski race and tour will start at Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa, traverse through the former Idlewild Ski Area and finish with a post-race BBQ with live music at Hideaway Park in downtown Winter Park.

Winter Park Resort 75th Anniversary Weekend
» January 24-25, 2015
Come help us celebrate the 75th Anniversary weekend with live music, a gala, and other activities at Winter Park Resort. Join us downtown in Hideaway Park for free live music, beer garden and parade down Main Street followed by fireworks!

40th Wells Fargo Cup
» February 20-22, 2015
An annual event brings together world-class disabled ski racers, Denver celebrities, Broncos alumni along with amateur skiers and snowboarders of all abilities for a weekend of activities to benefit the National Sports Center for the Disabled.

Winter Park Wipeout
» March 21, 2015
Individuals will have to tackle the slopes of Winter Park Resort where the race will kick-off, then make their way to the town of Winter Park via a series of challenges and obstacles. Fun race to finish the season.

» April 25, 2015
With one of the latest closing dates in Colorado, Winter Park will be one of the few places in the state to catch some rays, great snow and live music.
Headlining Springtopia will be the Wallflowers.

Winter Park Resort Closes & Spring Splash
» April 26, 2015
The Coca Colaź Spring Splash is a party at both sides of the Resort at Winter Park and Mary Jane. What better way to celebrate the end of the season than by skiing through an obstacle course and ending the run by water-skiing across an icy-cold pond! This event also features costumes, contests and free live music on the decks of restaurants at the base of the mountain.

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