Snowboarding in Loveland, Idaho Springs, Colorado USA

Average Snowfall:
422 in/1072 cm
Skiable area:
1800 ac/7.28 km²
Vertical drop:
2210 ft/673.6 m
Base Elevation:
10800 ft/3292 m
Top Elevation:
13010 ft/3965 m
Berthoud Pass is located between Idaho Springs and Winter Park and is one of the closest areas in Denver for snowboarding. It belongs to Boulder County and is just an hour away.

The top of the pass is at 11307 ft/3446 m and has access to a wide array of backcountry stashes. Loveland ski area is located at about 20 mi/32.1 km away from Idaho Springs and 53 mi/85.3 km away from Denver and is a perfect spot for snowboarding. Skiable area is 1800 ac/7.28 km² and average snowfall is at 422 in/1072 cm, based on 31 years of average statistics.

Vertical drop is at 2210 ft/673.6 m. Base elevation is at 10800 ft/3292 m and top elevation is at 13010 ft/3965 m, that are served from a lift at 12700 ft/3871 m. The spot provides 93 trails. Snowmaking capability is 160 ac/6.47 m². Longest run is 2 mi/3.2 km.

Lifts are 3 triple, 1 surface lift, 3 quads, 2 double and 1 magic carpet. Slopes are 13% for beginners, 41% intermediate and 46% advanced. Parking is free at all areas.