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Echo Mountain is an after-school special.
Echo Mountain is an after-school special.
Echo Mountain
By Tom Boyd

December 10, 2008 — Music pumps, lights shine, and the stunt ditch awaits. Like a skate park blanketed in winter white, Echo Mountain carries the same atmosphere and social energy of a downtown skate park, but instead of wheels, Echo Mountain has rails, kickers, pipes and pumped up jibbers. With proximity to the Front Range (35 miles from Denver), and lights on until 9 p.m., it’s an option even on the weekdays after school. For knuckle-draggers and park rats who refuse to roll without their favorite hoodie, it’s da bomb.

Fun Fact: Echo park is open at night Wednesday through Saturday, under the lights.

Average annual snowfall: 260 inches

Price: $129 season pass

Skiable Acres: 50

Lifts: 1

Terrain park: Yes

Season: Dec. 1 to March 30

Terrain breakdown: All terrain park

Location: 35 miles west of Denver

Information:, (303) 352-7347



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