A-Basin to open Wednesday for first-in-state honors
"We’re extremely excited to be the first ski area to open in Colorado,” said Alan Henceroth, Arapahoe Basin COO. “The staff and I can’t wait to see skiers and riders out on the hill having fun. That’s what we live for.”
Loveland Ski Area officials hope to open in the next week or so.
New at A-Basin for the 2012-13 season is the Pika Place Learning Area, scheduled to open in November. Situated in the base area adjacent to the Black Mountain Express lift, Pika Place is geared toward younger guests and first-time skiers and riders. Pika Place features a new trail, a new conveyor lift and Ace’s Kids Park, a beginner-level terrain park with smaller versions of popular features found in A-Basin’s other two terrain parks.
This season, A-Basin launched an on-site Rossignol Experience Center designed to help skiers elevate their on-mountain experience and skiing technique. This rental program features an array of Rossignol skis with auto-turn rocker technology, an innovation that provides greater control and confidence to skiers of all abilities.
Guests can receive the guaranteed lowest price on A-Basin lift tickets by purchasing them in advance at ArapahoeBasin.com. Current lift ticket window pricing will run through Dec. 21, with adult (19+ years) full-day tickets priced at $64, youth (15-18 years) priced at $54 and child (6-14 years) tickets priced at $32. Children under age 5 ski free.
A-Basin also offers several season pass products, including the two-season Double Down Pass ($499; on sale through Dec. 31). For season pass pricing and snow conditions, visit www.ArapahoeBasin.com or call 888-ARAPAHOE (272-7246).
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