Activities and Links
Trails and terrain for all skiers, from the beginners to the "best"! The ski area has wonderful ski/snowboard schools for all ages and all abilities.
Winter Park/Mary Jane now has 121 trails, 7 high speed express quad, 5 triple and 8 double chairlifts with a uphill lift capacity of 33,710 skiers per hour. Snowmaking capabilities on 24 trails covering 274 acres, guarantees the opening of Winter Park before Thanksgiving.
Vertical drop at Winter Park is 1700 feet; at Mary Jane, 2610 feet; top of Parsenn Bowl to Winter Park, 3060 feet. Longest run at Winter Park is 2 miles; at Mary Jane, 4.5 miles. A smooth 21/2 mile run connects Mary Jane with Winter Park.
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Mary Jane now has a "Backside" for intermediates and experts. Intermediates will love the glades (ask Don for a guided tour) and near treeline skiing. The "Backside" is located South and East of the Mary Jane complex and is serviced by the Challenger (double) and Summit (6 person) chairlifts.
Downtown Winter Park and the surrounding Fraser Valley area offer many other activities and diversions. Winter Activities include snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, riding in a horse-drawn sleigh or even a dog sled. The Fraser Valley is known for its incredible wildlife: You might see a fox, elk, deer or even a moose!
Downtown Winter Park and Fraser have plenty of shops and nightlife to keep you busy if you haven't had enough skiing all day long!
Alpine Sun Ski and Sport rental equipment 970-726-5107 www.skialpinesun.com
Winter Park Ski Area ski schools, area questions 970-726-5514 www.skiwinterpark.com
Grand Adventures (snowmobiling, horsebackriding, etc) 970-726-9247 www.grandadventures.com
Dog Sledding 970-726-8326
Tubing Hill 970-726-5954
Safeway - Local Pharmacy 970-726-6920
CTT - airport transportation, tours, etc 970-726-0400 www.coloradotour.com
HomeJames - airport transportation 970-726-5060 www.homejamestransportation.com