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You might be knowing that the place of Winter Park Colorado is a vacation destination favored by Colorado residents.
The square state is being segmented into two distinct geographic areas and it is interesting to note that the eastern half of the state is characterized by high flat plains and gently rolling hills all of them over 1000 meters above sea level. The western half is covered by the great cordillera of the Rocky Mountains with lofty peaks towering to above 4000 meters.
Keynote- Winter park is comparatively a less explores tourist destination
The eastern boundary of the Rocky Mountains is known as the Front Range as well.
You might be knowing that most of the major tourist resorts andch as Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge, Gunnison, Telluride and Crested Butte are located deep within the Rocky Mountains at least two, three or more hours drive west from the Denver Air Terminal.
You will come to know that the Winter Park is being located less than a 90 minute drive west of the Denver Airport, thus making it the most easily accessible mountain resort and a very popular destination for local residents to go on a weekend holiday.
You will come to know that unlike Vail, Aspen and many of the other Colorado resorts, Winter Park is less characterized by upscale hotels, expensive designer shops and world class restaurants.
Getting to Winter Park
From Denver, you simply drive west on interstate route 70 for about 30 minutes. This brings you into the heart of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains to the little old gold mining towns of Idaho Springs and Georgetown.
From there, you turn north on route 40, and immediately begin climbing the mountain slopes up to Berthoud Pass (3446 meters / 11307 feet). The road is quite steep with several switchbacks. It is generally well maintained, but can, at times, be a precarious drive during the winter. Route 40 drops back down from the pass on the northern side where it passes the entry to the ski resorts of Mary Jane and Winter Park before entering the village of Winter Park.