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Loveland Ski Area, Georgetown

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Must see · Ski Area · Nature / Park
Loveland Ski Area is a ski area in the western United States, located near the town of Georgetown, Colorado. Located at the eastern portal of the Eisenhower Tunnel, Loveland is within the Arapahoe National Forest. It is one of the closest ski areas to the Denver metropolitan area and Front Range corridor, making it popular with locals.
The company was long operated by Chet Upham of Mineral Wells, Texas, until his death in 2008, then by his widow Virginia Lee Upham until her death in 2015. The Upham family continues to own the ski area.
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  • Beware, the lift operators here are not paying attention. My 6-year-old son was left dangling from a lift because multiple operators were not paying attention - until our screams finally got...  more »
  • Great ski area with awesome runs. Affordable and we loved the terrain. On the flip side, we found the staff to be rude. Constantly yelling at guests who are outside and clearly more than 6 feet apart....  more »
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  • No frills, excellent value. Helpful staff. I used the rentals and was happy with the fit after trying on a few pairs. The staff was happy to have me try on a few sizes. Thanks Loveland for being close & reasonably priced with great slopes
  • I was a huge fan of the skiing at Loveland. I haven’t done too much skiing in my life, but this resort was great for first-timers and novices. There are two sides to the resort and a shuttle runs between them, but the easier side was enough to entertain me for three days. I got a four pack of ski passes for a good price, and they had great prices on helmet and goggle rentals (I opted to rent skis and boots in Denver). The lodge was nice too, but the opening hours could’ve been much better because the food places close in the mid afternoon.
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