Arapahoe Basin

 

Arapahoe Basin LogoArapahoe Basin (A-Basin or simply, the Basin) is a ski area for alpine skiing high in White River National Forest of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Arapahoe Basin is also known for its especially long season—often staying open until early July, whereas most other northern ski areas close in early May. Arapahoe Basin is located on the west side of Loveland Pass on US 6 highway in Summit County.

 

 

Mountain Stats:

Vertical rise: 2,270 ft.
Base elevation: 10,780 ft.
Summit elevation: 13,050 ft.
Average annual snowfall: 350 inches
Number of trails: 105
Longest run: 1.5 miles
Skiable acres: 900
Snowmaking acres: 125

Lifts: 7

Trail Maps

 

 

 

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