Winter Park Adventures

for your Fall and Winter Colorado mountain vacation

Winter Park Mountain Lodge is a perfect basecamp for all of your snowy mountain adventures. Find out how Winter Park got its name when you get outside and experience it for yourself.

Tubing Hill
Take the lift

There are several great places to go tubing in Winter Park. Coca-Cola® Tube Park and The Historic Fraser Tubing Hill even offer lifts to get you to the top of the hill! » Learn more

SLEIGH RIDE

Cozy up under warm blankets and take in the winter views on a charming sleigh led by a team of draft horses. » Learn more

ski lifts skinny crop

Winter Park Resort is Colorado’s longest continually operated ski resort featuring over 3000 acres of terrain including groomers, terrain parks, and incredible trails. » Learn more

sledding

Sledding is a super fun family activity in Winter Park! Colorado Adventure Park and Historic Fraser Tubing Hill both offer complimentary sleds. » Learn more

Powder Addiction Cat Skiers

Sign up with “Powder Addiction” for some amazing private snowcat backcountry skiing on Jones Pass. » Learn more

Winter Park Golf

Ski the Peaks

Winter Park consists of three mountain peaks that are interconnected: Winter Park, Mary Jane, and Vasquez Ridge. Winter Park is a star, with 3,000 acres of skiable terrain and 143 trails. If you like moguls, glade skiing and a large bowl, try Mary Jane. For intermediate terrain and more moguls, check out Vasquez Ridge.

Winter Park Off Road Tours

Snowmobile Tours

Grand Adventures Snowmobile Tours located onsite offers the most popular snowmobile tour in the state. Sign up to experience Grand County’s only adventure tour to the Continental Divide. The tour is for all abilities on wide regularly groomed trails. We follow the Historic “Moffat” railroad route to Corona Pass (weather permitting).

Make a Snowmobiling Reservation
Winter Park Rafting

Winter Festivals

The December torchlight parade is a beloved Winter Park tradition. At the base of the mountain, you can gather around the bonfire and have a visit with Santa. Once the sun goes down, they light the mountain up with hundreds of flares and fireworks.

Learn More: Upcoming Festivals