Mountain Stats & History

When Winter Park Resort opened on January 28th, 1940, its founders imagined a place where people near and far would come to enjoy the snow and all the fun the mountain had to offer. A place where everyone would feel welcome, be free to expand their abilities, and never stop imagining even more possibilities – all while passing this vision down generation after generation. And today, even more than 75 years later, we’re still adding new territories, trails, lifts, attractions, restaurants, and lodging. So come visit us and see for yourself how we never, ever stop imagining more!

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Mountain Stats & History

When Winter Park Resort opened on January 28th, 1940, its founders imagined a place where people near and far would come to enjoy the snow and all the fun the mountain had to offer. A place where everyone would feel welcome, be free to expand their abilities, and never stop imagining even more possibilities – all while passing this vision down generation after generation. And today, even more than 75 years later, we’re still adding new territories, trails, lifts, attractions, restaurants, and lodging. So come visit us and see for yourself how we never, ever stop imagining more!

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Acknowledging Native Land

In collaboration with indigenous and native skiers and outdoor industry leaders, Winter Park wrote its land acknowledgment statement as a foundational step toward recognizing the role native and indigenous people play in our past, present and future connection to the land and water. The statement was developed with the understanding that the land on which we now recreate is historical and ancestral land originally belonging to native and indigenous people and nations, including Northern Arapaho, Cheyenne and Ute tribes.