DENVER, Colo. — Mountain resorts statewide are celebrating the recent snowfall and more to come by offering early-season promotions ranging from deals on lessons to discounts on lift tickets and equipment rentals.
With an average snowfall of 300 inches annually, Colorado’s 25 ski resorts offer experiences for every skill level and budget.
Here are some of the savings: Early Season DealsAspen Snowmass: Aspen Snowmass guests who book a minimum of two nights lodging receive 40 percent off lift tickets, 15 percent off Four Mountain Sports equipment rentals and 15 percent off select Ski & Snowboard School products. This offer is valid November 24 to December 18, 2016 and must be booked at least 7 days in advance of arrival. Guests who book at least three nights at the Little Nell receive two complimentary ski passes valid at all four ski areas. Click here for details. Copper Mountain: Copper offers a great deal for adult beginners through its Ski and Ride University (SRSU). For just $249, SRSU participants receive three days of ski or snowboard lessons, three days of lift tickets, three days of equipment rentals, three days of parking in the Union Creek lot and two days of lunch. After completion of the three lessons, graduates receive a free season pass for the remainder of the season and 50 percent off next season’s pass. Click here for details. Steamboat Ski Resort: To kick off the season, Steamboat is offering the Boat Launch pass, which includes three days of skiing from November 24 – December 18, for only $169. Click here for details. Wolf Creek Ski Area: Before Wolf Creek Ski Area is 100 percent open, skiers and riders can enjoy local appreciation lift ticket rates of just $44 for adults and $24 for seniors and children, with several local appreciation days set between Thanksgiving and Christmas to help pinch pennies for presents. Wolf Creek also offers college students who present a valid school ID and printed class schedule $44 adult lift tickets on pre-announced College Days. Click here for details.