Skiing and Snowboarding

Bring your group to Colorado this winter for a ski or snowboard outing. Long known for its epic conditions – feet of powder light snow and sunny skies – skiing and snowboarding the mountains of Colorado is a must do during a group visit.  With over 30 ski resorts throughout the state open October through as late as June and terrain for all levels there is sure to be a mountain perfect for you.  If you are new to the sport most of the resorts offer lessons and guides that will have you up and moving in as little as a few days.  And for those more advanced, heli-skiing and back country excursions abound.  Spend a day gliding down groomed runs, tree glades, and off piste terrain with a gentle wind in the trees and the occasional bird setting the soundtrack.  The combination of thrill and serenity is addictive. Your business meeting participants will applaud a day on the slopes to ski or snowboard. It also makes a great spouse program. Ski clubs and leisure groups coming for a ski trip will find it easier than ever before to get a group quote from multiple resorts using our RFP system.

If visiting Boulder, Eldora Mountain Resort is only minutes away with easy parking, or take the bus from town.  Eldora features all levels of terrain including a great beginner hill, making it an excellent choice to try out the sport on a quick day trip from the Front Range. Winter Park and Loveland Ski Area also boast close proximity to Denver.  A large concentration of resorts are in the Central Rockies including Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper, Arapahoe Basin, Steamboat Springs, Vail, and Beaver Creek.  These are some of the largest resorts in the country with thousands of acres of skiable terrain, lodging, restaurants, entertainment, and amenities. The Central Rockies resorts are full service and also easy to access as most are near the I-70 highway, with Steamboat a few hours north.  Heading further south west, Aspen has four mountains to choose from: Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass.  Known for glitz and glamour, the mountains of Aspen also offer diverse terrain, excellent service, and gorgeous mountain scenery.  And still further south west is Telluride, Wolf Creek, Crested Butte, and Durango Mountain Resort.  Also full service resorts, these mountains tend to be less crowded due to their more remote locations.
And for those so inclined, cross country and telemark skiing is also available at many of these mountains with gear shops offering clothing and equipment rentals at most, and even an instructor to get you started.

Most ski mountains are open late November – late April, with some opening as early as mid October and some closing as late as late June.  Lift ticket prices range from $50 to over $100 depending on the time of year and the mountain.