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Loveland Ski Area

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Loveland Ski Area

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I-70 Exit 216, Georgetown, CO 80435
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Breckenridge Mountain Explorer
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Breckenridge Mountain Explorer
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Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Colorado Rockies on an 8-hour tour to Breckenridge. All-inclusive transportation from your Denver's Union Station enables you to skip the hassle of navigating mountain roads and enjoy the stunning natural scenery. After a visit to Red Rocks Amphitheater and a coffee break in a mining town, enjoy three hours of free time in Breckenridge. You can shop, sled, hike, ride the gondola, and more.
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This ski area is less than an hour from downtown Denver. Great is you are making day trips. Right off the interstate. The good: Being right off the interstate means better road conditions; and being close to Denver makes it ideal for day trips. There are many slopes
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With the introduction of the Chet's Dream ski lift that is very fast and opens quite a bit of terrain this is the most efficient way to ski in Denver. Driving to A-Basin or Keystone adds a lot of time. Keystone prices of tickets and food are out of scale with $20 hamburgers and
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My wife and I stopped by to watch people ski and see the area. It was great to watch the little kids learning how to ski and amazed at some skier's coming down almost vertical slopes. We are to old to start a new sport like this. Enjoyed playing in the snow though.
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On a school field trip, my 9 year old had the worst ski instructor. She smacked my kids pole out of his hand on the lift so that it fell to the ground. He had trouble getting his ski on because his boot was packed with snow, and she berated him about it until he cried, then
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the entire process was very intuitive, large signs on where to go to do what. if there is any doubt the staff was readily available to point you in the right direction. the price was great compared to other resorts we checked. 150$ for lift & gear rental.
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