Loveland Announces 2003 Prices

(Georgetown, CO…August 27, 2002) The 2002-03 season is fast approachingand Loveland Ski Area has a variety of products to suit all snow rider’s,regardless of how many days they plan to ski or ride. Averaging 400inches of snow annually, Loveland boasts one of the longest seasons inColorado, and traditionally is the first ski area in the United States toopen each year, in mid-October.

Loveland’s Unrestricted Season Pass:
Ski or ride all season long with no restrictions and no limitations.Enjoy all of Loveland’s 1,365 acres packed full of snow, not people.
Rates: New Pass Holders Returning Season Pass Holders
5 and under: Free Free
Children (6-14): $110 $99
Young Adults (15-22):$229 $206
Adults (23-69): $249 $224
Seniors (70+): $25 $25

(Season pass holders receive discounts throughout the area on food, sportshop purchases, rentals and ski school.)

Midweek Season Pass:
New for the 2002-03 season, Loveland will offer a season pass validmidweek only. For only $179 ski Monday through Friday all season long(holiday blackouts apply). For a limited time the Midweek Season Passwill be available for only $159. The Midweek Season Pass does not includeany other discounts.

Loveland Pass Frequent User Card:
The Loveland Pass card offers skiers and riders the most inexpensive liftticket rates around averaging $20 a lift ticket. Receive discountsthroughout the area on food, sport shop purchases, rentals and ski school.Loveland Pass Card holders may purchase up to two discounted tickets forfriends and two children’s lift ticket for only $12 on each visit.Cardholders also enjoy every fifth lift ticket FREE. Visit Lovelandbefore December 21, 2002 and receive the first lift ticket FREE.

Rates:
Card Purchase Price: $31
Opening Day, 2002 through December 20, 2002: $25
December 21, 2002 through April 20, 2003: $34
April 21, 2002 through Closing Day, 2003: $25

4 Paks:
For a limited time only, Loveland Ski Area will be selling ‘4 Paks’ ofunrestricted lift tickets valid for the entire 2002-03 season. For only$79, a Loveland ‘4 Pak’; lets snow riders hit the slopes for less then $20a day.

3 Class Pass:
New to the mountains? Then take advantage of Loveland’s 3 Class Passprogram. Loveland’s professional ski school staff will teach thefundamentals of skiing or snowboarding and as a reward for learning how toski or ride, give participants a free season pass. Here’s how it works:Take three beginner lesson packages, complete with lesson, lift ticket andski rental and upon completion of the third lesson receive a free seasonpass valid for the remainder of the 2002-03 season.

Rates:
Children (6-14): Beginner lesson packages include a full-day lesson (10:00a.m. — 3:30 p.m.) ski/snowboard rental, lunch, and an all mountain liftticket for $69.

Adults (15 & up): Beginner lesson packages include a half-day lesson(10:00 a.m. — 12:30 p.m.) ski or snowboard rental, and an all mountainlift ticket for $61.

To Order:
Season Passes, Loveland Pass Cards, and ‘4 Paks are available forpurchase at the above-mentioned prices for a limited time only. Purchaseonline at www.skiloveland.com, by phone at 303.571.5580, or stop by theSniagrab ski show in Denver August 31, 2002 through September 2, 2002.

Visit Loveland Ski Area online at www.skiloveland.com for the latest newsand snow conditions. Loveland is located 53 miles west of Denver, or 12miles east of Silverthorne, CO at Exit 216 on Interstate 70.

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