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Exit 216 Interstate 70 Georgetown, CO 80444 800-736-3754 website:
Access from Denver and a laid-back vibe make this resort a cult favorite among Colorado skiers.

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Loveland is many things to many people: a local’s hill, a high-alpine playground, a place to kick off the season—and close it out well into late spring. Located a brisk 53 miles from Denver—about an hour, when the traffic gods are on your side—this mid-size Front Range ski mountain has much to recommend it, from mellow bowl skiing suited to skiers of all stripes to black-diamond bumps off Chair #1 that boast a thigh-straining vertical drop of 1,000 feet.


Often the first resort to open in North America—a battle it wages every October with neighboring Arapahoe Basin, 20 minutes away—Loveland’s altitude also helps cover it ‘s 1,500-plus acres with a reliable 400 annual inches of fresh. But it’s the attitude that makes this place a favorite. Laid-back, no liftlines, ticket prices that hark back to the early ’80s and an old-timey cafeteria where lunch won’t drain your 401k. And when it’s all said and done, après-ski with a two-buck PBR at The Rathskellar will bring you back to your skiing roots. And that’s not a bad thing.


Lift ticket: $59 adults, $25 kids 6-14, $44 seniors 60 and over;


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January 7, 2010
Racing cars on a frozen lake in Colorado isn’t the safest—or smartest—off-slope activity. But it sure is fun.
November 16, 2009
Planning on making some turns this weekend? Early-season lift ticket deals abound, from now through the end of the month.
October 15, 2009
Early-season records for opening day are being set left and right
October 6, 2009
Making snow and history, Loveland, Colo., opened this morning. Ski Las Vegas (Las Vegas!) also opened. A-Basin joins the club on Friday
September 23, 2009
The snowmaking race is on
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