Fresh Snow Means Fresh Savings at Colorado’s Ski Resorts and Areas
DENVER (November 21, 2016)— Coming off a mid-November storm that left up to a foot of snow at ski resorts and areas across Colorado with more on the way, mountain resorts throughout the state are celebrating by offering early-season promotions ranging from deals on lessons, lift tickets and equipment rentals to discounts on some of the state’s leading luxury lodging properties. With an average snowfall of 300 inches a year, Colorado's 25 ski resorts and areas offer a vacation experience for every skill level and budget. For more information on the opportunity to experience America’s Best Skiing and Riding, visit http://www.colorado.com/winter-vacations/ski-areas-and-resorts
Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deals
Aspen Snowmass. Between https://www.aspensnowmass.com/inside-aspen-snowmass/stories/the-gift-of-skiing, visitors can buy three days and get a 4th day free on lift tickets with exclusive deals towards lessons, lodging and rentals. For guests flying into Aspen/Pitkin County Airport, a $100 credit per air ticket purchased on American, United or Delta will be given. Offer applies to arrivals between . For more details visit
Beaver Creek Resort. Guests who book during Beaver Creek Resort’s Cyber Monday sale can lock in rates as low as $199 per night or up to 45 percent off at signature properties including The Pines Lodge, A RockResort, which will debut significant room renovations for the winter season, and The Osprey at Beaver Creek, A RockResort offering a selection of one- to four-bedroom condominiums, townhomes and private homes. http://www.snow.com/info/cyber-monday.aspx
Breckenridge Ski Resort. Value-oriented skiers and snowboarders can enjoy one of the world’s most popular ski resorts this winter with lodging up to 25 percent off and rates starting at $127 per night. Guests of these properties, and other official Breckenridge lodging, including DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Breckenridge, Mountain Thunder Lodge and One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort, can also access the mountain one hour before it opens to the general public on select “First Tracks” mornings from mid-December through the end of March. http://www.snow.com/info/cyber-monday.aspx
Crested Butte Mountain Resort. Crested Butte Mountain Resort will be offering rooms starting at $89 at the Grand Lodge from November 22 through Cyber Monday, November 28. Offer is subject to availability and additional information can be found at www.skicb.com/89 beginning Tuesday, November 22.
Keystone Resort. The Keystone Lodge, the Inn at Keystone and a number of Keystone Resort condominiums are available at up to 40 percent off through Vail Resorts’ Cyber Monday sale. With rates starting at just $109 per night, this is an offer fit for the entire family. The values don’t end there, though. With Keystone’s Kids Ski Free program for families who book two or more nights at Keystone Resort accommodations, kids 12 and under will ski or snowboard for free. http://www.snow.com/info/cyber-monday.aspx
Vail Mountain. Some of Vail’s most iconic properties in prime Lionshead and Vail Village locations – The Arrabelle at Vail Square, A RockResort; The Lodge at Vail, A RockResort; The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Vail; and Austria Haus – can be enjoyed for up to 45 percent off when booked during the Cyber Monday sale. Rates start at $195 per night. http://www.snow.com/info/cyber-monday.aspx
Early Season Deals
Aspen 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 stayaspensnowmass.comand www.aspensnowmass.com.and must be booked at least seven 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. For more information, visit
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. For more information, visit coppercolorado.com/SRSU or www.coppercolorado.com.
Steamboat Ski Resort. To kick off the season, Steamboat is offering the Boat Launch pass, which includes three days of skiing from www.steamboat.com., for only $169. For more information, visit
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. To find local appreciation rates and dates for College Days visit www.wolfcreekski.com.
Colorado is a four-season destination offering unparalleled adventure and recreational pursuits, a thriving arts scene, a rich cultural heritage, flavorful cuisine, and 25 renowned ski areas and resorts. The state's breathtaking scenic landscape boasts natural hot springs, the headwaters of seven major rivers, many peaceful lakes and reservoirs, 12 national parks and monuments and 58 mountain peaks that top 14,000 feet. For more information or a copy of the 2016 Colorado Official State Vacation Guide, visit www.COLORADO.com or call 1-800 COLORADO.
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