Denver’s ski train Resume Its Services – Get Ready For car-free Slopes-News

Updated On: 3 Feb 2020


The Denver’s weekend ski train resumes its operation for the season. It is going to take skiers and snowboarders from the city’s downtown Union Station to Winter Park Resort which is about 66 miles to the northwest. The two-hour ride is going to offer spectacular views of the Flatirons rock formations above Boulder and takes visitors through 31 tunnels before arriving at the base of the resort.

Amtrak’s double-decker Winter Park Express will begin its services from Jan. 10 and will operate through March 29. The trains leave Denver station at 7 a.m. and return from Winter Park at 6:40 p.m. Tickets will cost $29 to $59 each way for the train that runs Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays respectively. Children from age groups 2 to 12 will have to pay half fare when traveling with an adult.

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