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Eldora extends its ski season

This is the longest season in Eldora's history

Eldora announced Sunday that it will extend its ski season an extra week. 

The ski area received over seven feet of snow in March. The late-season snowfall has allowed Eldora to extend its season to April 21. The season was previously scheduled to end on April 14. This marks the longest season for Eldora in its 62-year history.

“We’re thrilled to offer amazing skiing and riding conditions to our guests for one more week than we had originally planned,” said Brent Tregaskis, Eldora’s president and general manager. “March really treated us well in terms of snowfall and we want to keep sharing the bounty. With so much snow and so few people this time of year, the Eldora experience is better now than at any point earlier this winter, and we’re so close to the Front Range that it’s easy to fit a quick visit to Eldora into any day of your week.”

Skiers who visit Eldora between April 15-21 can expect limited lift operations, limited private lessons and limited cross-country ski options. 

Patrons can enjoy live music and events during the last weekend of the season.