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How close? Just 35 miles from downtown, Echo Mountain is Denver’s backyard ski and snowboard area. So skip I-70, long lift lines and huge crowds, and you’ll be skiing or snowboarding in less than an hour from just about anywhere along Denver’s Front Range. Get directions.

Echo Mountain daily lift tickets are good for 12 hours of skiing and snowboarding every Monday and Wednesday through Saturday. Long after the bigger resorts have called it a day, Echo Mountain glows with lights five nights a week. And here’s more:

• Unlimited season ski and snowboard passes for winter sports enthusiasts of all ages. No restrictions. No blackout dates.
• FREE close-in parking and WiFi
• Affordable Ski & Ride School lesson packages
• Westword’s 2009 “Best Ski Deal”

• Expanded beginner terrain and multi-week youth lesson programs
• New and innovative park features throughout the mountain
• Monday night “Under the Lights” race league
• Lil’ Rippers Snowboard Experience for Echo’s littlest riders

Learn what the locals know and love – at Echo Mountain, we’re all about the skiing and snowboarding!

• Unique atmosphere and contemporary facilities
• Terrain and features for all ages and abilities
• Killer mountain views from the outdoor plaza
• There’s something for EVERYONE at Echo Mountain!

Elevation (Lodge): 10,500′
Vertical Drop: 660′
Lifts: Milk Run Special (fixed-grip triple), Thumper (Magic Carpet surface lift) and Frog Legs (handle-tow surface lift)
Trails: 16
Terrain Parks: Absolutely
Features: Many
Average Snowfall: 220″
Ski/Ride Season: early December through early May

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