Loveland Ski Resort
Loveland ski resort is located on I-70 at the Continental Divide only 53 miles west of Denver. With four lifts reaching elevations of greater than 12,000 feet and the opti0n to hike to 13,010 feet, Loveland has a vertical drop of more than 2,200 feet. With an average of 400 inches of snow a year, this Resort is a great place of skiers and snowboarders of all ages. Lift Information
Loveland has 10 lifts servicing over 1500 skiable acres with 93 trails. Lifts are open from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and 8:30 am to 4:00 pm on weekends and designated holiday.Ticket prices
$49 from October to December 14 2012
$61 from December 15, 2015 to April 14, 2013
$25 from October to December 14 2012
$27 from December 15, 2015 to April 14, 2013
$50 from October to April 14, 2013
Season Pass $89!
Children 5 and under are always free!
Rentals range from $10 for a child 5 or younger to $45 for an adult performance package.
Where To Eat
The first option would be to pack a lunch. Of course this is the cheapest way to go. If your looking for other options there are a few at the resort. From the Loveland Deli to The Rathskeller. They offer everything from salads to Seared Yellow Fin Tuna Steak w/ Wasabi/soy aioli. The prices are not to bad (not a Taco Bell price by any means) and the food is good.
Places to Stay
There are numerous places to stay in Denver, Colorado which is only 53 miles east of Loveland ski resort. Denver hotels are numerous and you should have no problem finding a hotel.
If you would like to stay closer there are smaller towns within 20 miles. Click on the town to be taken to a search of hotels in the area.
Silverthorne hotels- 12 miles
Georgetown - 12 miles
Idaho Springs - 20 miles
Our favorite choice for finding a place to stay is Home Away.
They have rentals all over the world, from single bedroom cabins to condos and houses.
Find a place that you enjoy. Make sure they have the amenities you are looking for. Enjoy your trip and enjoy the snow even more.
Stop by and visit our Skiing Stories. It is the place to share your story about the most extreame day of powder, or the worst day on the ice with other readers. Don't forget to add a couple of photos to share. Here you will also be able to discover the stories of others and maybe find something or somewhere interesting that you never knew about!
And who knows, we may just need a story with some photos to throw up on the Home Page!
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