ACREAGE: 1,670
SNOWFALL: 400 inches

Located directly off of Interstate 70 and just 50 miles from Denver, Loveland provides easy access and great snow conditions without hassle.

Loveland often wins the battle as the first resort in North America to open each fall, often firing up lifts in mid-October. Come spring, Loveland hosts a free rail jam series called Tall Tees ‘n’ Tacos. Sponsored by Wahoo’s Fish Taco, this laid back amateur event is for all ages.

On powder days Loveland offers some epic steeps atop the Continental Divide. At 12,700 feet, The Ridge is easily accessible from Chair 9. The lines are open, steep and deep. Traverse and drop in or hike south for a powdery treat on Wildchild. And after a day on the hill, enjoy some après at the Rathskeller or Fireside Room at the base.

With plenty of snow, convienence and simplicity, Loveland is hard to beat. The laid back feel keeps skiers coming back year after year and the snow doesn’t hurt, either.

Special offers
Front Range riders looking for more powder for their dollar can take advantage of Loveland’s 4-Pak: Four tickets to use any day of the season for just $119. That’s less than $30 a day. They are lift tickets that you can use yourself on four different days or share with friends and family all on the same day. No black outs. No restrictions. Front Range riders can save even more if they visit the Loveland tent at a ski show. Visit skiloveland.com for a complete list and be on your way to a 4-Pak for just $109. Available through 11/21/10.

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