April has been a snowy month in Colorado, with many ski resorts seeing over three and a half feet of snow since the start of the month.
Breckenridge, Vail and Copper Mountains have all recently announced their plans to re-open this weekend on Friday, Saturday and Sunday April 19-21, extending the season to those who are looking to enjoy all of this new snow we have received. Season pass-holders of the resorts will be able to ski for free, just as before. Please remember that the mountains will only be partially open with limited lifts running and not all terrain open.
At Vail and Breckenridge, non-pass holders will be able to purchase lift tickets for just $50. A special $25 ticket will be available for any guests who hold season passes from non-Vail Resorts owned and operated resorts. The $25 daily ticket is also available to holders of Summit County or Epic Local passes that have used all 10 days.
Copper Mountain is offering $40 lift tickets for those without a season pass or $25 tickets to anyone with a non-Copper mountain season pass. Anyone who has a ‘Snow Day’ pass will be able to use it as normal if the resort receives 4 or more inches of snow over any of the 3 days they are open this weekend.
Arapahoe Basin and Loveland ski resorts remain open for skiing daily. Loveland has plans to close May 5, and Arapahoe Basin hopes to stay open until early June. The skiing and riding is still great here in Summit County, Colorado, so come up and enjoy some more before the season ends! The snow is still falling and local restaurants and lodging are offering up great ‘post-season’ deals. Call us today to book a condo in Keystone, just minutes from Arapahoe Basin and about a 20 minute drive to Breckenridge.