Georgetown, CO – Now that most Colorado ski resorts have closed for the season, Loveland Ski Area — which expects to continue operations through May 2 — is giving season passholders from other resorts a break.
“We would like to invite season pass holders from other ski areas to come see what Loveland is all about at a discounted rate,” said John Sellers, Loveland’s Marketing Director. “If you want to get a few more spring days in but your mountain is closed, bring that season pass up to Loveland and get your spring fix.”
Anyone who shows a 2009-10 season pass from another ski area will be able to purchase a full day adult lift ticket at Loveland for $30. That’s a $14 discount off the ticket window price.
“We still have 90 percent of our terrain open and a 56-inch mid mountain base,” continued Sellers. “If you think it is too early to put the skis and snowboards away, you can take advantage of a late season storm or enjoy a warm bluebird day on The Ridge for just $30.”