About the Mountain
Winter Park has 145 trails and 3,078 acres (1,238 ha) of ski area spread over five summits. Winter Park’s vast terrain is spread over five summits--Winter Park, Mary Jane, Parsenn Bowl, Vasquez Cirque and Vasquez Ridge--and the new Rail Yard Terrain Park. Winter Park Mountain is the largest and most versatile hub, offering well-manicured terrain for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers from its summit.
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The resort also receives an average of 359 inches (912 cm) snowfall a year, more than any other major Colorado resort. Winter Park may be best known for its fantastic mogul skiing. Mary Jane is internationally famous for its bumps and “Don’t Groom the Jane” is the locals’ rallying cry.
Revered for big bumps, deep chutes, tight glades and steep pitches, “the Jane” has earned cult-like status for her ego-humbling terrain. Mary Jane is consistently ranked #1 for moguls in North America by Skiing Magazine. Over the years additional sections of the mountain opened including Mary Jane’s backside, Vasquez Ridge, Parsenn Bowl and, in 1997, Vasquez Cirque - the resort’s most extreme and dramatic terrain.