Ski Deals start in Denver
The weathercasters are calling for snow in the mountains (and maybe even some in Denver). Arapahoe Basin is open and so is Loveland! That means that it is winter in Colorado! The mountains are opening
Kids Ski & Snowboard Event. For families that missed Ski Rex AND last weekend’s Colorado Ski Expo, there is one last chance to latch on to some family fun and great deals on ski and snowboard gear for kids. Save 30-50 percent on kids’ ski and snowboard gear and apparel on November 10 and 11 at all five Colorado Ski & Golf’s locations (Aurora, Arvada, Littleton, Colorado Springs and Park Meadows). http://www.coloradoskiandgolf.com/
Ski and Trade
Colorado Ski & Golf Stores (including Colorado Ski & Sports at Park Meadows and Boulder Ski Deals) offer the Junior Trade In Program – which allows you to rent equipment for your kids for the entire season at one low price and keep them all season long (unless the kids grow out of them in which place, Colorado Ski & Golf will replace with the right size).
Magical 5th AND 6th Grade!
Time is running out to get your 5th and 6th grader the most amazing pass! Hopefully it is no longer a SECRET but if you have a fifth or sixth grader, Vail Resorts (Vail, Breckenridge, Beaver Creek, Keystone & Arapahoe Basin) offers the School of Shred program that allows all 5th (and 6th) graders the opportunity to ski/board for FREE and Colorado Ski Country (basically all the other resorts in Colorado) offers free 5th Grade Passport and $99 6th Grade Passport.
Liftopia is the largest online platform for ski lift tickets and other mountain-related activities including rentals, lessons, dining credits and more. With deals up to 80% off at over 200 ski areas, Liftopia provides skiers and snowboarders the ability to buy date-specific lift tickets and on-mountain activities online in advance via Liftopia.com and the Liftopia mobile app.
Mountain Collective Pass
Alta, Aspen/Snowmass, Jackson Hole and Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows have partnered to offer the Mountain Collective Pass. For $349, The pass includes two free days at each of the four destinations, plus a 50% discount on unlimited lift tickets at each of the destinations, once the complimentary days are used. In addition, pass-holders will receive exclusive lodging deals throughout the season. The Mountain Collective™ Pass will be available for children (ages 12 and under) for $229.
The $10 Gems Card offers discounts including: A free lift ticket at Monarch Mountain; Two-for-one lift tickets at three different ski areas; Savings on lift tickets at all eight Gems ski areas. Gems resorts are: Arapahoe Basin, Eldora Mountain Resort, Loveland Ski Area, Monarch Mountain, Powderhorn Resort, Ski Cooper, Ski Granby Ranch, and Sunlight Mountain Resort.
The “E” book (available at King Soopers) offers great discounts on lift tickets including a FREE child lift ticket with the purchase of an adult at Loveland and a FREE Junior Lift ticket with a paid adult at Ski Granby Ranch. There are lots of other great deals in the book with discounts on gear and lodging as well.
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