Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding
Echo Mountain Ski Resort
Echo Mountain Resort
Echo Mountain is Denver's closest and most affordable skiing, snowboarding, and tubing resort in Colorado. It's 38 miles or 60 minutes from downtown Denver. Echo offers Colorado's longest ski day on Saturdays from 9am to 9pm along with night skiing (4 nights a week). Echo Mountain is a Gems resort with an average adult weekday ticket price of $57 in 2022.
Whether you're a seasoned pro, a never-ever, or a "NEVER in a million years will I strap on a Board or Skis!" Echo is YOUR mountain for an authentic, judgement-free Colorado Experience. Echo mountain offers an experience that is close, affordable, and fun for the whole family. Bring your family and try new things, fall (a lot), and smile from ear to ear while tubing and enjoy incredible views of the Continental Divide! A covered conveyor lift (think of a moving walkway at the airport) will bring you to the top of the hill after every run. Enjoy our 6 lanes with quick tubes that will have you sliding through your day. Race friends in solo chutes, or link up with family for the closest thing to bobsledding!
General Skiing Information
Season Opening Date: December 10, 2022
Season Closing Date: April 16, 2023
Vertical Rise: 600 ft.
Terrain: 60 acres
Number of Trails: 7
Longest Run: .70 miles
- Beginner - 38%
- Intermediate - 50%
- Advanced - 12%
Terrain Parks: 1
Annual Snowfall: 275 inches
Lifts: 4 Total (1 Triple, 1 Magic Carpet, 1 Handle-Tow, 1 Covered Conveyer for Tubing Hill)
Additional Activities: Night Skiing & Tubing Hill
Base Elevation: 10,050 ft.
Summit Elevation: 10,650 ft.
Map Location: North Central E-15
Location: 30 miles from Idaho Springs; and 40 miles from Golden
More Activities & Information
Denver Mountain Area, Colorado includes: Black Hawk, Central City, Empire, Evergreen, Genesee, Georgetown, Golden Mountains, Idaho Springs, Idledale, Morrison