With over a 75-year history, Winter Park Resort is Colorado's longest continually operated ski resort that features the Seven Territories across 3,081 acres of award-winning terrain.

The Seven Territories


With over a 75-year history, Winter Park Resort is Colorado's longest continually operated ski resort that features the Seven Territories across 3,081 acres of award-winning terrain.From groomers to black diamonds at the Winter Park Territory; world-class glade skiing in the Eagle Wind Territory; panoramic bowl skiing/riding in the Parsenn Bowl Territory; jumps and jibs in the Terrain Park Territory; off-the-beaten path powder stashes of the Vasquez Ridge Territory; steeps and deeps of the Cirque Territory; to the world-famous bumps at Mary Jane Territory, there is something for everyone at Winter Park Resort. Averaging over 320 inches of annual snowfall, 300 days of sunshine, and located just 67 miles northwest of Denver, Winter Park Resort is the closest major destination resort to Denver International Airport and a favorite among the Denver locals who call this place their "home mountain."
Terrain Park Winter Park Vasquez Ridge Parsenn Bowl Mary Jane Eagle Wind The Cirque
Winter Park
Vasquez Ridge
Parsenn Bowl
Terrain Park
Mary Jane
Eagle Wind
The Cirque

The Seven Territories

GROOMERS AND GOOD TIMES, BEGINNER TO BLACK DIAMOND

Even without an official poll, Winter Park Territory just might be everyone’s favorite part of Colorado’s Favorite® resort. Known for its groomers, long cruisers, and renowned Ski + Ride School, it’s perfect for families who want to stay together…and for those times you just want to escape on your own and tackle a diamond or two.

Winter Park

HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR BRIEF ESCAPE FROM CIVILIZATION

Featuring some of the most persistent powder stashes on the mountain, Vasquez Ridge Territory is the very definition of “off the beaten path.” With intermediate and advanced terrain as well as hidden pockets of untouched snow, you can truly get away from it all. Expect utterly amazing skiing and riding. There’s no escaping that here.

Vasquez Ridge

12,000 FEET UP. AND AN AMAZING JOURNEY DOWN.

Did you expect North America’s highest six-passenger chairlift to ascend to views that AREN’T utterly majestic? But Parsenn Bowl is more than breathtaking 360-degree vistas. It’s an intermediate-friendly, high-alpine experience, from challenging to chill, starting with a wide-open bowl and ending in gorgeous glades more than 1,600 vertical feet below.

Parsenn Bowl

SIX TERRAIN PARKS. ONE SUPERPIPE. ENDLESS CREATIVITY.

Terrain Park Territory. Proof that jumps, jibs and rails are truly for everyone. Our entire park system features an 18-foot superpipe and more than 80 other innovative, progressive features that we’re always re-configuring to enhance your—and our own—creativity on the slopes, making our halfdozen parks both a chilled-out home for beginners and a challenging test for experts…but only after earning their way into Dark Territory.

Terrain Park

HOME OF BIG BUMPS, ABUNDANT TREES AND, OCCASIONALLY, SOME VERY SORE QUADS

There’s only one Mary Jane. The legendary lady has been known for her world-class bumps and treeskiing for generations. But it’s her laid-back, atmosphere that keeps you coming back time and again. Long, bumpy, and unabashedly challenging—but with plenty of blues to help you chill out when you need to—Mary Jane is the truly authentic Colorado experience that’ll push your limits and make you feel like a local.

Mary Jane

THE THRILL OF BEING OUT-OF-BOUNDS. WITHOUT BEING OUT-OF-BOUNDS.

Three words: exhilarating tree skiing. And glades. Okay, that’s five words. But, see, that’s the thing with Eagle Wind—there’s always more. Named to honor the area’s Native American heritage, Eagle Wind is home to pristine powder, tree and glade skiing, with expert, sidecountry-like terrain winding through a beautiful, challenging forest. All making you feel closer to the mountain spirits than perhaps anywhere else at the resort.

Eagle Wind

HOME OF STEEPS, CLIFFS AND STOMACH DROPS

Encompassing 399 acres of our most extreme, double-black diamond terrain, The Cirque Territory offers the excitement of un-groomed, backcountry skiing and riding within a patrolled area. Once only accessible by hiking, The Cirque now features the Cirque Sled, new for the 2013-14 season. Expert skiers and riders will find The Cirque to be all the challenge they want and more.

The Cirque

Winter Park Territory

Even without an official poll, Winter Park Territory just might be everyone’s favorite part of Colorado’s Favorite® resort. Known for its groomers, long cruisers, and renowned Ski + Ride School, it’s perfect for families who want to stay together…and for those times you just want to escape on your own and tackle a diamond or two.

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Vasquez Ridge

Featuring some of the most persistent powder stashes on the mountain, Vasquez Ridge Territory is the very definition of “off the beaten path.” With intermediate and advanced terrain as well as hidden pockets of untouched snow, you can truly get away from it all. Expect utterly amazing skiing and riding. There’s no escaping that here.

View Territory

Parsenn Bowl

Did you expect North America’s highest six-passenger chairlift to ascend to views that AREN’T utterly majestic? But Parsenn Bowl is more than breathtaking 360-degree vistas. It’s an intermediate-friendly, high-alpine experience, from challenging to chill, starting with a wide-open bowl and ending in gorgeous glades more than 1,600 vertical feet below.

View Territory

Terrain Park

Terrain Park Territory. Proof that jumps, jibs and rails are truly for everyone. Our entire park system features an 18-foot superpipe and more than 80 other innovative, progressive features that we’re always re-configuring to enhance your—and our own—creativity on the slopes, making our halfdozen parks both a chilled-out home for beginners and a challenging test for experts…but only after earning their way into Dark Territory.

View Territory

Mary Jane

There’s only one Mary Jane. The legendary lady has been known for her world-class bumps and treeskiing for generations. But it’s her laid-back, welcoming atmosphere that keeps you coming back time and again. Long, bumpy, and unabashedly challenging—but with plenty of blues to help you chill out when you need to—Mary Jane is the truly authentic Colorado experience that’ll push your limits and make you feel like a local. No matter where you’re from.

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Eagle Wind

Three words: exhilarating tree skiing. And glades. Okay, that’s five words. But, see, that’s the thing with Eagle Wind—there’s always more. Named to honor the area’s Native American heritage, Eagle Wind is home to pristine powder, tree and glade skiing, with expert, sidecountry-like terrain winding through a beautiful, challenging forest. All making you feel closer to the mountain spirits than perhaps anywhere else at the resort.

View Territory

The Cirque

Encompassing 399 acres of our most extreme, double-black diamond terrain, The Cirque Territory offers the excitement of un-groomed, backcountry skiing and riding within a patrolled area. Once only accessible by hiking, The Cirque now features the Cirque Sled, new for the 2013-14 season. Expert skiers and riders will find The Cirque to be all the challenge they want and more.

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Mountain Stats

When is Colorado's Favorite ski resort open? How many acres? What is the average snowfall? What about grooming and snowmaking? Learn all of that and more by checking out our Mountain Stats page!

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Mountain History

With a 75-year history, Winter Park Resort is Colorado's longest continually operated ski resort. Over the years we've been known to be "Extremely Colorado," "Authentic Colorado," and "Colorado's Favorite." Regardless of what you know us as, rest assured we're More Than You Imagine!

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Environment

Winter Park Resort is committed to offering a first-class outdoor recreation experience that fosters care for the pristine alpine environment that makes our mountain a natural wonder. It is the draw of the mountains that brings us to Winter Park, and as a company we endeavor to cherish and respect the beautiful environment in which we are lucky enough to live, work, and play.

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