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Terrain Parks - Granby Ranch


Rider's Guide

Enjoy 33 trails over 406 skiable acres. The area gets 220 inches of snowfall a year and features slopes for beginners, as well as for the more advanced skiers. The longest run is just shy of 2.5 miles long, and there's a separate area for first-time skiers to remove the intimidation and pressure of being surrounded with experts. Half of the slopes are classified as beginner, so it's a great place for new or less-experienced skiers. The West Mountain is reserved for the more advanced, with moguls and steeper terrain.

Parks and Pipes

The terrain park is designed for beginners. There's a half-pipe and the entire park is lift-serviced. Because the resort area is designed for beginner and families, there are fewer features here than at other resorts. All runs on the mountain end up in the same place at the base, so it's all a very centralized park. A snow play park is available for kids.

Out of Bounds

Snowshoeing and skiing are the wintertime activities here, with nearby Winter Park offering up more snowsports. Night skiing and snow tubing are popular. The nearby Rocky Mountain National Park offers outdoor activities designed for families and kids.

Hangout & Hookup

There are grills for après ski drinks and dining with a variety of fare available from standard pub and grill food to slightly fancier dishes. A fire pit at the base of the mountain is the family hot spot, where families and friends meet up to enjoy hot cocoa and talk of the day's adventures on the slopes. The management likes to classify the resort as designed for those who prefer to be fueled by cocoa instead of adrenaline, so the family atmosphere is evident everywhere you go.