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Best Slopes for Group Ski Packages in Colorado

June 25, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Written by: Mike Di Leo

Planning to book group ski packages to Colorado? Ski packages usually include lodging and lift tickets, but may cover some other amenities in town. Colorado features a number of slopes well known to be skiing challenges, fit for any experience level.

There are many mountains to choose from, so be sure you know what you want to do on vacation before you plan your trip. Ski Daddy presents a short list of our favorite slopes.


Colorado church group ski packages cater to groups of 20 or more, and Keystone is the place to be. Keystone offers access to three separate mountains: Dercum, The Outback and North Peak. The park has a terrain area, where snowboarders can hit the half pipe or slam dunk a trick. Keystone even offers night skiing adventures and snow mobile rides.

Dercum is generally considered to be the beginner’s slope of choice. Dercum also features A51, a Terrain Park that was rated in Transworld Snowboarding’s Top 10 List twice. North Peak features bumpy trails designed for intermediate skiers, while the Outback, the tallest mountain, features some of the best tree skiing to be found in the state.

Ski Granby Ranch

Granby Ranch is a four season resort in Colorado. During summers, you’ll find golfing and horseback riding. Granby is also known for its winter conditions, and is great for large groups who want to get away from the crowds of places like Aspen. There are runs to accommodate all skill levels, and plenty of parking near the ski lifts. Granby Ranch is a place well-known as training grounds. The locals, who usually have substantial skiing experience, tend to bring children to the slopes to get the basics down before hitting more advanced runs.

The best part for families is that all trails begin and end at the same points, so there is no chasing down wayward kids making their way down the mountain.


Steamboat isn’t just one slope. It’s an entire range consisting of six different runs. That means there are plenty of runs to cater to any skill level. The biggest advantage for groups, other than the variety, is the affordability. There are many lodgings at Steam Boat, so it’s likely you’ll find at least one that will fit your budget.

Final Thoughts

Colorado ski slopes cater to all skill levels. Take the time to plan the trip that will fit your budget, and find an area that allows the less-experienced in your group get enjoyment from the trip.

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