Winter 2021-22 season passes will be available for purchase again in summer. Look for communications soon!
Yes. The ski resort is under new management, and already we’ve invested well over $1M in snowmaking systems, lift maintenance, digital systems, guest-facing technology, rentals equipment, and more. We’ll have a vibrant base area with small gatherings, activities, and to-go food and beverage options. And we’ll focus everyday on perfecting our snow surfaces, so you and your family have more fun and learn faster on our mountain.
Yes. Granby Ranch is the perfect mountain to bring beginners/first timers, as well as intermediate and advanced skiers who’d like to perfect their skills.
Yes. We are in the process of securing lodging partnerships with groups in the area, with the intention of having booking available via our website. Stay tuned for more information.
Not at this time. However, stay tuned for our full events and activities schedule, which will be released as we get closer to the winter season.
Yes. We have two separate, free parking areas, all within walking distance of the slopes.
Given county-mandated capacity restrictions for our indoor facilities and social distancing management strategies at our base area, we strongly advise that you plan ahead for your visit and stay tuned to our pre-arrival communications. Typically, Saturdays, the week of Christmas, President’s Day weekend and MLK Day weekend are our busiest periods. If you’d like to avoid the crowds, stop by during the week. Please know that our processes are meant to guarantee you and your family’s safety during your visit, so please have patience. We’ll do our best to ensure your vacation at our mountain is a special one.
No. However, we require helmets for all ski and ride school lessons.
Yes. Our first Night Skiing day will be Sat. Jan. 9! Stay tuned for more dates.
Yes. Stay tuned for more information regarding our Patriot Pass product for all active duty military personnel.
Yes. For all Red Zones (indoor facilities) and Yellow Zones (parking lots, base area, lift lines, chairlifts, areas of congregation outside, etc.) mask-wearing is required and strictly-enforced. You may choose to lower your mask during skiing. (On-mountain is considered our Green Zone).
Your families’ safety is undoubtedly your foremost priority, and we feel the same way. You will see significantly different processes for indoor amenities, including in our restaurants and rentals facilities this season. Our team and the ski resort will be adhering to CDC and state/local public health agency guidelines, and you will need to follow guidelines like mask-wearing, as well. The precautions we are taking are intended to help to keep you safe while enjoying the new Granby Ranch ski resort.
Yes. If you received 2019/2020 voucher via a special letter, it will be valid for this 2020/2021 season. Please refer to the letter for more information.
Stop by our ticket window with your voucher letter and an ID on your first visit to Granby Ranch.