Thanks to Exceptional Snowfall Monarch Mountain, CO Announces Season Extension

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Monarch this weekend, 3/14/21. Credit: Monarch Mountain

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After receiving two feet of snow in the most recent storm cycle, Monarch Mountain in Colorado has announced it is extending its ski season for an additional week. Monarch’s closing day will now be Sunday, April 11, 2021.

“As always, we want to give our guests the most time on the snow that we can possibly give.  The weather doesn’t always cooperate with that ideal, but the recent snows have helped tremendously.  It’s as if Mother Nature has given us a gift for all that our guests and staff have done to get through this unusual season.  I’ll take it.”

– Monarch Mountain GM and COO, Randy Stroud

In accordance with Covid-19 policies, Monarch will not be hosting its traditional closing weekend events.

“We’d like to thank everyone for helping us have a wonderful season and we look forward to hosting all our events next season.”

– Dan Bender, VP of Sales and Marketing

Deep and fun! Credit: Monarch Mountain

Monarch Season Passholders can ski any day without a reservation. Those looking to purchase a day lift ticket are strongly encouraged to pre-purchase online as there is limited availability.

Wings passes are still on sale. Ski the rest of this season and all next season for only $539.

For more information on Monarch Mountain visit or call at 719.530.5000.

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