TRAIL MAP & MOUNTAIN STATS
High atop the Continental Divide, Loveland Ski Area features 9 lifts serving 1,800 acres of exceptional terrain. Loveland has two separate base areas and both host rental shops, sport shops, restaurants and bars.
Loveland Ski Area horseshoes around the Eisenhower & Johnson Tunnels high atop the Continental Divide.
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- Skiable Acres 1,800 lift served / 729 hectares
- Hikeable Acres 100 / 40.5 hectares
- Trails 94
- Base Elevation 10,800 feet / 3292 meters
- Summit Elevation 13,010 feet / 3966 meters
- Vertical Drop 2,210 feet / 674 meters
- Lifts 1 high-speed quad, 3 quad, 3 triple, 2 double, 2 magic carpet surface lifts (1 magic carpet is for Ski & Ride School only)
- Longest Run 2 miles / 3.2 kilometers
- Slopes 13% Beginner 41% Intermediate and 46% Advanced
- Average Snowfall 422 inches / 107 decimeters
- Snowmaking Capability 240 acres / 97 hectares
Loveland Valley is a separate area just for beginners. This unique area is the perfect place for newcomers to work on their technique away from intermediate and expert snow-riders. With their own lifts and gentle terrain, it’s here that newcomers can develop their new found love of skiing or snowboarding.
Loveland Basin is the main area and offers a wide variety of terrain. Wide-open cruisers, trees, bumps, and open bowls: whatever you like to ski or ride, you are sure to find it at Loveland Basin. And high adventure doesn’t come any higher than The Ridge. Served by Lift 9 which takes skiers and riders up to 12,700′, The Ridge provides intermediate and advanced snow-riders terrain just the way they like it – open, steep and deep. With 480 acres to choose from right off the lift, 100 hikeable acres and free snowcat rides to some of Loveland’s most exhilarating terrain, The Ridge offers an experience like no other!
- Parking is FREE at both areas
- A FREE shuttle service is provided between each area from 8:00am to 4:15pm