Snowmass Ski Area

Snowmass Ski Area

Snowmass Ski Area is known for its volume and variety with a vertical drop of 4,406 feet and 3,132 acres of skiable terrain. From groomed cruisers and family terrain to glades, steeps, terrain parks and half pipes, there is something for every skier and snowboarder at Snomwass. Already one of Colorado's top resorts, Snowmass continues to improve with new lifts, restaurants and the newly build Treehouse Kids' Adventure Center.

Planning a ski adventure at Snowmass? Don't miss the daily noon groom. Also, check out one of the best kept Snowmass secrets and visit Lynn Britt Cabin for lunch. Game for hiking? Long Shot is a short hike to an intermediate trail that gives skiers and snowboarders an in-bounds back country experience.

Here are some Snowmass Ski Area Facts and Stats:

Snowmass 2009/2010 Season Dates November 26, 2009 – April 11, 2010

Lift Hours Most lifts open at 9am with the exception of the Sky Cab which opens at 8 a.m., the Village Express and Big Burn lifts which open at 8:30a.m, and the Cirque which opens at 10 a.m.

Base and Summit Elevations 8,104 ft/12,510 ft

Longest Run 5.3 miles

Steepest Runs Gowdy's and AMF (slope angle of 40 degrees)

Types of Trails 6% easiest, 50% more difficult, 12% most difficult, and 32% expert

Annual Snowfall 300 inches

Snowmaking 230 acres

Lifts 24 total with 21 primary including an eight passenger gondola, a high speed six passenger chair and six high speed quads.

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