Booking your ski holiday to Winter Park may be one of the best snap decisions you’ll ever make. The snow here is typically very reliable, and being in the centre of the USA means that the distance from an expanse of water makes for beautiful powder. In addition, the altitude of between 2,700 and 3,600m usually means that once there is a snowfall, it sticks around.
If you want to check out the past stats and future prediction, make your way to our snow history, report and forecast pages. Typically, the snowiest months have been between January and March in the past. However, that’s not to say the rest of the season is snow deprived. In 2005 the resort saw 42 inches in October (a 382% increase on the usual amount!) and December 2008 saw some fantastic powder-skiing. April is a much snowier month than many other resorts, as the high altitude retains lower temperatures, so if you’re leaving it late to book, it wouldn’t be out of the question to book this far into the season. Even in peak times, spaces like Eagle Wind and the Cirque hide some powder pockets, and if you can find them, bliss won’t even cover it.
The town is another reason for choosing this resort as a last minute deal. With numerous restaurants offering a selection of food choices, from sushi to German, Italian to the typical US fare, you’re likely to find something to your taste. There’s also a healthy live music scene, with Ullr’s Tavern hosting gigs throughout the season.
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