Go Behind the Snow | 2024 Snow Conference & Trade Show

Sales are closed.
Kids’ Ski Passport
Sales are closed.
Gems Discount Card
Ask us about membership.
Gold Pass
No Hassles. No Hype.

Sunlight

Sunlight Mountain Resort | Logo
Sunlight Mountain Resort | Logo

Sunlight wants you to share the secret to great, affordable skiing and riding—but only tell your best friends. You’ll park for free, walk to the lifts, and never stand in line. Without the big crowds, Sunlight’s powder lasts for days. All 72 trails lead right back to the lodge, where you can stow your gear, meet your family and friends, and get something hot and delicious at the grill.

No hassles. No hype. That’s why we ski and ride, and we know it’s why you do too. And it’s why Sunlight welcomes you—and all your best friends.


Sunlight

Snow Report

Today: 0°/0°

UPDATED: July 21, 2022 2:21PM

View All Snow Reports
24hr

0"

48hr

0"

Mid-Mt Depth

0"

Surface Conditions

0”

Lifts Open

0/

Green Run

0%

Blue Run

0%

Black Run

0%

Double Black Run

0%

Find your perfect mountain

Sunlight Information

Filter Resorts
Search
CSCUSA Passes Accepted
Select Passes
Activities
Select Activities
Search Resorts
Search Icon for map Close search box
Annual Snowfall:

250 in / 635 cm

Base Elevation:

7,885 ft / 2,403 m

Summit Elevation:

9,895 ft / 3,016 m

Skiable Area:

730 acres / 295 hectares

# of trails:

72

Snowmaking:

21 acres / 8 hectares

Snowmobiling:

Yes

Nordic Skiing:

Yes

Terrain Parks:

1

Best Known For:

At the confluence of the Colorado and Roaring Fork Rivers, the historic resort town of Glenwood Springs is famed for its Hot Springs Pool, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, Glenwood Canyon, and Sunlight Mountain Resort. Explore underground caverns, pedal miles of river front trails, paddle the whitewater, sample local produce, shop in unique boutiques, hit the slopes with your family, or focus on relaxation.

Home to the largest mineral hot springs pool in the world, Glenwood Springs has a deep-rooted heritage in the hospitality business. Visionaries in the late 1800s built an internationally known hot springs resort, and travelers from around the globe soon followed to soak in the thermal waters, stay in a luxurious hotel, and explore the wonders of subterranean caves.

Today, these attractions still draw over a million visitors each year. Each season offers something unique. The warm summer months provide endless opportunities to raft, kayak, hike, and bike. Winter snows attract skiers, riders, snowshoers, and ice skaters. Swimming and cave exploration are year-round activities.

There are more than 60 properties with over 1,500 guest rooms, including historic hotels, bed and breakfasts, dude and guest ranches, campgrounds, hotels, and motels. Many of the sights and attractions are within walking distance from downtown.

Locals Love it Because:

Free parking, cheap prices, no crowds, and great skiing and snowboarding!

purchase CSCUSA passes for

Sunlight