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Spring Skiing At Winter ParkWinter Park Resort continues to rise in the ranks in’s 2015’s Top-Ranked Western Ski Resorts.

Ranked 15th  out of their top 30 western ski resorts, here’s what they say:

Winter Park continues to move in the right direction with this year’s No. 15 rank (up from No. 18 last year). Looks like readers are taking notice of all the things that make this a great Front Range family resort: It’s pretty easy to get to (No. 11 for Access), it’s kind to the wallet (No. 11 for Value), it has excellent children’s programming (No. 10 for Kid-Friendly Activities), and families love the terrain parks spread across WP and sister peak Mary Jane (No. 10). —Samantha Berman

We couldn’t agree more, but would also add the world class NSCD Adaptive Ski Program, friendliest locals on the planet, and of course, Mary Jane’s Fabulous bumps.

Another huge plus for the ever blossoming Winter Park Resort, is the soon to be open Lunch Rock Restaurant.  This massive, 16,000 square foot venue will be an incredible addition to the Mary Jane territory, which was sorely lacking in on-mountain dining and warming options.  

If you missed our recent article on Lunch Rock Restaurant, click here to view it now.

Get A Little More Acquainted With Winter Park Resort


spring 2_edited-1If you are not familiar with the awesome trails at Winter Park Resort, we highly recommend you take a peek at the Resort’s new ‘Claim My Run – Video Trail Map’.  This interactive trail map invites skiers to upload their video footage of them skiing a named run to the trail map for everyone to see, and is a great way for you to get a feel for the runs you might like to ski.

If you are a seasoned pro, or got some great head cam action on your last Winter Park vacation, get your footage on there for a little Winter Park claim to fame.

Check out the Claim My Run – Video Trail Map here.


Skiing & Snowboarding Winter Park Resort