Published on April 21st, 2015 | by gatsbyadmin0
Front Range Ski Bus – closing weekend
As the 2014/2015 snowboard and ski season comes closer and closer to an end. I told myself that I wanted to take the Front Range Ski Bus up to either Copper or Loveland this season before they stop running it.
Even though I bought an epic local pass I still like to try and hit up another resort or two that isn’t included with my pass. For the last day of FRSB season I chose to hit up Copper for some sunny park laps at the infamous Woodward at Copper Park. The first 2 hours after arriving to the resort it was pretty icy, but that is what happens with spring boarding in the mornings. After about 11am the sun really softened up the snow and made it more enjoyable.
I’ve taken the Front Range Ski Sus for 2 seasons now and I can honestly say it is totally worth it. For instance I payed $104 for transportation from Denver to Copper and back to Denver with the lift ticket included. Staff is really friendly and they make sure if you purchased a ticket that you make the bus before they pull out of parking lot. Atmosphere is chill with friendly people and staff also provides snacks and drinks before and after the resort. I was told from the CEO of the company that Breckenridge and Keystone would probably be added for the next season. This makes me really excited for the next season because, let’s be honest, everyone hates driving to the mountain, especially in traffic. So why not let some one else do the driving? Hope to see a few of you on the bus next year!
Written by: Zac Cheek @digitalcriminal