- HOURS OF LIFT OPERATION
Weekdays 9:00 am to 4:00 PM and weekends/holidays 8:30 am to 4:00 PM.
- CONTACT US
- Street Address:
Exit 216 Interstate 70
Georgetown, CO 80444
- Mailing Address:
PO Box 899
Georgetown, CO 8044
Our convenient, FREE parking right at the base of the area doesn't require figuring out confusing shuttle schedules. You'll be on the slopes in no time. Shuttle service to and from the Basin & Valley is available every 5-10 minutes. The Valley shuttle stop is located in front of the Valley Sport Shop. The Basin shuttle stop is located at the bottom of the parking lot main stairs.
Although public transportation to Colorado's Ski Resorts is limited, The Front Range Ski Bus offers an affordable and easy way to enjoy a great day on the slopes without having to drive. Discount Loveland tickets are available to passengers as well. For schedules and rates, please visit the Front Range Ski Bus' webpage.
Car-pooling is a great way to meet new people, save gas, releive I-70 congestion, and have a great day on the slopes. The sites below offer ways to connect with other skiers and riders looking to carpool.
Wear water resistant, layered clothing which can be removed or added as weather changes. (i.e.: long underwear, turtleneck, sweater, waterproof jacket and pants, nylon socks, waterproof gloves, winter hat, sunglasses, goggles)
Clothing rentals are also
available throught the Adventure Center in the Sports Shop.
Day Tripper Package - Everything you need for a great day on the slopes at the right price. The Day Tripper package includes a full day lift ticket, ski or snowboard package rental, and all your clothing: jacket, pants, gloves, hat, and goggles. Available at the Loveland rental shops and sports shops.
- WIFI - CELL PHONE COVERAGE
Would you rather be making turns or working in the office? Now you can do both at Loveland Ski Area! Loveland offers FREE wireless access in the Basin and Valley cafeterias. Got
a business call you need to make? Loveland offers excellent cell phone coverage all over the mountain. Unless you see him here, your boss will never know you left the office.
If you have never skied /snowboarded before let us teach you how to stop and turn so you can avoid obstacles and other people on the mountain. It is your responsibility to keep those around you safe. Ski & Ride School click Here
3 Class Pass Deal - Best Deal for the Beginners!
If you have never tried skiing or riding before but always wanted to, Loveland has a deal for you! With Loveland’s 3-Class Pass, you can learn an exciting new sport, skiing or snowboarding, and receive a Loveland season pass to work on your turns all season long.
Simply sign up for three ski or snowboard lesson packages, which include lesson, all day lift ticket and equipment rental. Once you complete your third lesson, you will receive a season pass (Additional charges apply for adult intermediates).
You may provide your own equipment, although this will not change the lesson package price .
CLICK HERE FOR 3 CLASS PASS DETAILS
We have two rental shops (one at each base area) that rent skis, snowboards, and parabolic skis. Rental Shops Click Here
Kids 12 months to 12 years will have a super time at the Loveland Basin Day Care Center. Activities include educational games, movies, crafts, and snow time. Reservations are recommended. Hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more info click here
Lodging is not available at the mountain. Check out our Ski & Stay site for great deals on lodging nearby.
Lost & Found is located in the Loveland Basin Main Office. You can contact Lost & Found at 303-571-5580 x 100.
Lockers are available to rent at Loveland Ski Area. Rental lockers are available at the Basin & Valley Rental Shops & Cafeterias. Small lockers $6.00 - Large Lockers $8.00 (All day access)
Colorado law requires you to buckle up and that all windows be completely snow/ice free so that full vision is possible. More distance between you and the vehicle in front of you is required when driving on snowy/icy roads. If your vehicle is not equipped with anti-lock brakes, you do not want to lock up your brakes - pump them. Avoid braking on curves and remember 4 wheel drive vehicles should follow all of these same basic rules.
There is no full proof method for avoiding altitude sickness, but drinking extra water and avoiding salty foods the week before you arrive seems to be the most helpful. For more info click :Altitude illness information
Ultraviolet rays are more powerful at higher elevations. since we are about 2 miles above sea level you will need goggles and sunglasses that have UV protection. Also, regardless of your skin color or complexion, everyone needs to wear sunscreen even on overcast days when ultraviolet rays still penetrate cloud cover. For more info click Go Sun Smart.
Loveland Encourages the use of our National Forest by allowing uphill access. For your safety, please
read and understand the Uphill Access Policy and follow all routes and closures.