So the season is over, right? Wrong! Echo doesn’t want you shopping for bathing suits just yet… Even with nearly all the other ski areas are closed, Echo Mountain Park is still standing… 10,700 feet tall.

Echo Mountain Park, the closest mountain to the Denver metro area and North America’s only mountain built from scratch for terrain park riders, is celebrating our grand opening season with our biggest party of the year – “Last Park Standing.

“Last Park Standing is this Saturday April 29th, and is our way of saying thank you for a very successful first year. Event details below:

• Customers are invited to ski for only $20 bucks all day. Echo will be open for day and night skiing from 10am to 9pm.

• An amateur rail competition starts at noon, with over $2K in prizes. Registration starts at 10am to the first 50 who sign up ($10 registration fee, $2K in prizes = good odds!!).

• An invitation-only pro competition starts at 5pm, with $3K in cash and prizes

• We’ll have live music, games, giveaways and surprises all day.

• Total cash and prize pool for the event is $5,000.

Featured sponsors: Sobe, Smith Optics, Glaceau Vitamin Water, Channel 93.3, and Westword.

Contributing sponsors: Rome Snowboards, Unity snowboards, Never Summer Snowboards, 32 Snowboard Boots, Volcom, 686, Bern, Line, Roxy and Quicksilver

Echo will be closing May 1st, so this is the last chance to check us out in our inaugural season.

Echo Mountain Park is North America’s first mountain built exclusively for terrain park riders. At only 35 miles from downtown Denver, Echo is the closest mountain to the Denver metropolitan area, while