The Town of Winter Park is located in the central Rocky Mountains and is 69 miles northwest of Denver on US Highway 40. In 2009, Winter Park's year round population was 865 and it is still growing. The elevation for the downtown area is 9,100 feet. The highest incorporated point is 12,060 feet, which is located at Winter Park Resort.
Winter Park Resort is approximately two miles south from the Town of Winter Park. It averages 350 inches of snowfall annually and has 3,081 total skiable acres. With 143 designated trails and 1,212 acres of off-piste terrain for skiers and riders to enjoy, there is something for everyone. The Resort is also home to the National Sports Center for the Disabled, which offers quality adaptive recreation programs in over 20 sports.
For demographic information about the Town of Winter Park, visit the U.S. Census Bureau Web site. The Town of Fraser is two miles north from the Town of Winter Park, and is also home to hundreds of summer and winter trails. To view information about Fraser, visit their website at www.frasercolorado.com.
Visit the Winter Park and Grand County Guest Guide Web site for more information, trail information, and a map of the downtown area: www.winterparkguide.com.