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Loveland Colorado

Loveland offers un-crowded slopes at high elevation, 13,010', with sweeping views of the Rockies and remarkable terrain, free close parking (the road actually passes right through Loveland, there is a skier tunnel) and their ski season lasts from October through May. Loveland is often first to open for skiing, October 13, 2013, and last to close in Colorado – rivaling nearby Arapahoe Basin. Loveland averages 400" of snow each season - more than any Front Range or Summit County resort. From the top of the Continental Divide, Loveland is a perfect place for those that simply want to ski and ride wide open above tree-line bowls. Loveland is convenient, just 43 miles from Denver..

Ski Loveland Stats:
1,670 acres
123 trails, 10 lifts
2,210' vertical, 13,010' summit elevation

Loveland Ski Reviews:
Ski 6 of Colorado's Best Ski Resorts

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