Loveland’s 2015-16 season passes, now on sale, include the remainder of sales the 2015-16 season, which ends on May 8. Convenience plus great prices make the first ski area out of Denver on the I-70 corridor a perennial favorite for budget-conscious Front Range skiers and riders, especially with additional days at other Colorado areas. An unlimited new pass costs $389 (ages 23 to 69), $279 (ages 15 to 22) and $179 (ages 6 to 14). Renewals are $369, $259 and $169 respectively. Five and under, FREE, and 70+, $89. These are the same prices as last year. Unrestricted Loveland passes come with bonus days at Monarch Mountain, Crested Butte, Purgatory and Powderhorn. The midweek pass ($269 new, $259 renewal) comes with 3 days at Monarch Mountain. Buy online, or for more information, call 303-571-5580, ext 136.
Additionally, Loveland’s Three Class Pass program saves money on kids’ and adult lessons when purchased with a season pass. For ages 4 and 5, the cost is $360, and for skiers and snowboarders ages 6 to 14, it is $336. Both lift ticket, rental skis and boots, helmet and lunch. Adult (age 15+) newcomer to skiing or snowboarding, $336; adult novice or intermediate, $471; telemark, $456. Adult preregistration for next season includes a season pass for the remainder of this season Click here for details, but call 303-571-5580 to register.