Powderhorn

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Powderhorn sits on the edge of the Grand Mesa, the world's largest flat-topped mountain. The valleys, cliffs, mesas and canyons of western Colorado provide views unlike any other. The area enjoys a reputation for outstanding tree skiing and diverse terrain. Colorado's wine country and legendary bike trails are just 45 minutes away offering some variety of your winter adventure.

 


Annual Snowfall:
250 in / 635 cm
Base Elevation:
8,200 ft / 2,499 m
Summit Elevation:
9,850 ft / 3,002 m
Hours of Operation
Monday - Sunday: 9:00 am-4:00 pm
West End Lift will operate Thursdays-Sundays
Season Dates:
Skiable Area:
1,600 acres / 647 hectares
# of trails:
       
Snowmaking:
42 acres / 17 hectares
Bowl Skiing
No
CAT Skiing
No
Terrain Parks
2

Best Known For

Powderhorn sits 4,000 feet above the valley floor on the Grand Mesa, the largest flat-topped mountain in the world. The glade skiing is quickly gaining a reputation as some of the best in the state. Spring snowfall provides waist deep powder and with uncrowded slopes, fresh tracks can been found all day.

 


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