Loveland Ski Area announces pricing for winter season |

Loveland Ski Area announces pricing for winter season

Adult season passes are $499 through Dec. 1, $459 for renewals

Loveland Ski Area announced its prices for new and renewed passes for the 2021-22 winter ski and ride season Monday, Aug. 23.

Loveland’s season pass for adults ages 23-39 is priced at $499 for new passholders and $459 for renewals. Those prices dip to $369 and $339 for skiers ages 15-22 and to $199 and $189 for children ages 6-14. Individuals who are 70 or older can get a pass for $139, regardless of whether they are an existing or new passholder. Kids younger than 5 can get a pass for free.

Loveland’s midweek season pass is $379 for new customers and $349 for returning passholders, and it comes with three days at Monarch Mountain.

Season pass prices are valid through Dec. 1.

Loveland’s unrestricted four-pack — four lift tickets with no restrictions or blackout dates that can be used by anyone — will go on sale Thursday, Aug. 26, for $199. The four-packs are available only through Nov. 21.

Loveland officials said in a news release Monday that the ski area would begin snowmaking in 38 days.

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