Telluride adds night skiing in superpipe
Construction of the new Telluride superpipe that will stay open at night.
Echo Mountain near Mt. Evans in the Front Range has long believed that offering park and pipe skiing -- with night options -- is a viable business model. To date, with the exception of Keystone, the bigger Colorado resorts have left night skiing alone. But last week, Telluride offered a night skiing option to their terrain. Sort of.
Unlike Keystone, Telluride didn't string lights down several runs. The mountain constructed a new superpipe and terrain park right off Lift #2 above the Mountain Village. The superpipe is open during the day seven days a week, and at night from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Telluride offers night lift tickets for $25, and a night season pass for $200, or $150 if you already have a season pass to the resort.
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