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Snowy Range Ski Area: Snowy Range is nestled in the beautiful Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. This pristine setting sets the stage for a great winter ski vacation. The four chairlifts-Sundance, Virginian, Pioneer and Chute and their Magic Carpet Surface Lift will move you up the mountain quickly and keep you skiing instead of standing. There is terrain for all ability levels. Regardless of your personal level of proficiency, you’ll find the perfect ski or snowboard run, whether it’s a downhill screamer or a casual glide through tree-lined forests. Their 27 trails serve all skiing abilities from beginner to expert: 7 beginner trails, 12 intermediate trails, 8 expert trails. Find great deals on both group and individual Snowy Range Ski Area lift ticket discounts at GetSkiTickets.com!

Snow & Resort Stats

Snow report for Snowy Range Ski Area:

Open for Summer Fun

Last available report: April 13, 2014, 5:02 am

0" - 0" 0" - 0"
Snow Last 48 Hours Lifts Open
0" 0 of 5
Last Snows Trails Open
5" (Apr 02, ) 5" (Mar 31, ) 0 of 29

Lift Elevation: 10000ft / 3048m

Vertical Drop: 1000ft / 305m

Base Elevation: 9000ft / 2743m

Beginner Trails: 6

Intermediate Trails: 11

Advanced Trails: 8

Expert Trails: 0


Skier & Rider Resort Reviews For Snowy Range Ski Area

3 reviews on “Snowy Range Ski Area

  1. Pros : Family Friendly, Very Helpful Staff, Relatively Inexpensive, Magic Carpet
    Cons : Icy In Spring

    We took our kids to Snowy Range for their first ski experience in mid-March. They are 8, 5, and 4. The 8-yr had a group lesson in the morning and by afternoon was skiing pretty well on her own. It was a very worthwhile investment. She legitimately beat me (mom who hasn’t skied in a decade) in a race down the bunny hill. Meanwhile my husband and I tried to teach the boys. My 5-yr caught on but the 4-yr wasn’t having a good time. I had brought small snow shoes for him so he just went in circles up the magic carpet and tromping down on his snowshoes. He loved it. Unfortunately he wasn’t allowed on the bunny hill lift with snowshoes (too difficult to exit) but at the top of the Magic Carpet hill there is a single non-motorized practice lift chair so I pushed him in some circles on that. The exit at the top of the bunny hill lift was pretty icy, and the runs were packed. I think Snowy Range is lower elevation than the more popular Colorado resorts and that means the spring snow conditions aren’t the greatest, but definitely acceptable. Anyway the lift operators were quick to help any children who fell getting off the lift, and they slowed the lift way down for the kids’ first time getting on it. The Magic Carpet operator would stop it whenever someone fell or had issues, like when I accidentally got my pole stuck in it. Also they never made me feel dumb about anything like that. We didn’t experience the rest of the runs, but all the staff at the lifts and in the lodge for info & rentals were super friendly, encouraging, and helpful. The group ski instructors were fun and effective too. It was a great family ski trip only 2 hours from Fort Collins.

  2. Pros : 15 Word Max
    Cons : 15 Word Max

    Just hit a great day at Snowy Range. Just had a few inches of fresh snow which made skiing great. The sun peaked out and my family had a blast. Love this mountain because it is quaint with enough variety of easy and hard trails. Will definitely be coming back a few times before the end of the season. Also, thanks to GetSkiTickets.com for getting me all set up and answering all of my questions. You guys rock:)

  3. Pros : No Lines, Easy commute to and from, great snow, cheap
    Cons : Short runs, limited terrain

    Easy to get to from Fort Collins. Very cost efficient for a family. It’s doesn’t have the terrain for expert skiers but for everyone else, it can’t be beat

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