Monarch Mountain, Monarch
Categories: Ski Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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Lift exit ramps are narrow! Not conducive to snowboarding, this resort is geared toward skiing. Lift to run ratio is okay, not great. Lifts are slow - which wouldn't be a problem if there were long ru... read more »
My family has skied at Monarch many years ago and today was my first time. Signing up for a ski class was easy on line and finding what we needed was even easier when we arrived. The staff at Monarch ... read more »
We had in tow 3 teenagers & 1 adult new to skiing. We had heard that Monarch is a great place to explore and really sink your skis into skiing. The drive up is an easy one, compared to some mountains.... read more »
Fun little ski resort. The terrain park is pretty cool and if you don't mind a tough uphill climb, you can get a little back country powder. The Shell BOGO deals are a great incentive to come back several times a year.
I should not post this, but this is one of the few last kept secrets in Colorado. Off the beaten path, not the latest equipment, but I promise you will get more skiing in here than at the bigger resorts. Parking is free and close, generally ski down and essentially no wait in line to go back up. The only rest you get is on the lift.
Just got done with a spring break ski trip at Monarch. Took 3 of our adult children and 4 grand kids. Had a wonderful time. Snow and weather was great. The staff at Monarch was friendly and made the trip enjoyable. The bunny slope and it's attendants were great. They took care of my grandkids and made them feel special. A good time was had by all. Thanks Monarch.
So good I've driven from OH twice a year for two years now. Staff is beyond helpful. Friendly, smiles, hoping I'm having a good time. Going again in a couple of weeks.
Early season conditions at Monarch are scary ! With almost all the runs open, not one rock is marked. That's dangerous, especially on blue and black runs. Why can't the ownership break out a few bamboo poles, to save skis, snowboards, and body parts! At a minimum, how about a free ski tune, for the first month, till more snow arrives. Thanks for your attention to this.
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