Peter Shelton

Purgatory gets it right

Posted in Ski evolution by pshelton on April 9, 2010

Telluride’s neighbor ski area to the south, Purgatory, is displaying some heartening news on its website. (Current owners want to be known as Durango Mountain Resort, but that is a mouthful to which I haven’t yet grown accustomed.) Instead of shutting the lifts down as originally planned in early April, they will reopen for three-day weekends (Fri.-Sun.) as long as the snow lasts or until the end of the month. Sweet! They will run three chairlifts and offer reduced-price tickets. They’re doing this, they say, to reward their l0yal skiers. I say, right on; it’s the right thing to do.

More props: Aspen ends its daily operations this Sunday, April 11th. But it, too, is reopening for weekends, the 17th-18th and 24th-25th. Tickets are $39.

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  1. Mary Ann Dismant said, on April 11, 2010 at 11:51 pm

    It’s fun to spread that Good News around Ouray. Thanks for letting us all know.
    Mary Ann


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