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This was my first time snowboarding and I had a blast. Loveland made it very easy to find my way around the different shops and stations you have to go through to get all your gear. We purchased a beginner snowboarding class with equipment rental...More
I had never gone skiing late in the season. Loveland ski area had over 60 inches of snow so we drove from Texas to check it out. The snow was as advertised... in fact the Friday we hit the slopes the temperature was 8 degrees!...More
last time i reviewed Loveland, i gave it a 4. now i rate it a 5. it just keeps getting better and better for me. the mountain is big and above treeline for much of it. so up on top, what you see is what...More
We always love Loveland, even though it sometimes gets a bad reputation for being windy. I won’t lie- it does get windy, but parking is easy ( we were shuttled to the front within minutes), the folks in the sports shop are always friendly and...More
We chose to have snowbaord lessons for my 11 year old daughter and 9 year old son. The lesson was 2 hours and we should have got the 3 hour lesson. They learned a few very basic things and were not ready to hit the...More
Last minute trip out to Denver due the amounts of snow falling in the higher elevations had me and my daughter deciding to visit Loveland. Showed up at around 10 am on a Sunday and found all lots full. This was disappointing due to reviews...More
I went to Beeck, Cooper and Loveland on my trip. Loveland was my favorite. Half the price and the same quality skiing. It had the least “frills” by far and few places to spend additional money (restaurants and shops) but it was great skiing.
Skied here off of my Monarch Pass. Bottom line is this is a great ski area with tons of fresh powder, and plenty of options for skiing. If you like non-moguled blacks, this is a great place as well. Not a ton of parking, but...More
This guy "Kevin" kept threatening my kids even before my kids got any poles. No wonder he did so slowly, all people behind us with other rental guys already left. I took the pictures about the poles area, kids types size 40'' and adults are...More
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I've been to about 10 different ski areas and have to say that Loveland has the easiest access for driving and parking. You don't have to drive up the mountain as the parking lot for the basin (main parking) is... More
I've been to about 10 different ski areas and have to say that Loveland has the easiest access for driving and parking. You don't have to drive up the mountain as the parking lot for the basin (main parking) is the same elevation as the road. The last day (of 3) was busy and we had to park in overflow at the valley parking and they had a bus to take you to the basin.
The roads to get there are cleared by trucks that spread sand and others that have plows that direct the snow off the road. This was after 12 inches of snow last Saturday/Sunday. I had a sub-compact car (not AWD), so you should be just fine. I'd recommend getting there early (8:30-8:45) to park at the main basin parking since the slope/lifts open at 9:00. That way you can just walk to your car if you need something.