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Winter Park has had a reputation for fantastic skiing and the most consistent snow year after year - but not for a having a happening village at the base. Most of the bars, restaurants, and shops have been in the town of Winter Park, just a couple of miles down the road. The town itself continues to thrive, but now people in Winter Park have the added benefit of a developing village at the base of the resort as well. The new base village consists of 30,000 square feet of additional shops, restaurants, and high-end living areas.
Winter Park is actually owned by the city of Denver, but operated by Intrawest. The area is 67 miles from Denver. Though it is completely interconnected by lifts, it has separate base areas: Mary Jane and Winter Park. Mary Jane is where you'll find the famous bumps and super-steeps. Advanced skiers favor the Zephyr Express on the Winter Park side. Winter Park is also home to the national program for disabled skiers. It is the only Colorado ski resort that offers a Ski Train from Denver's Union Station.
The new village cabriolet, an open-air gondola, takes skiers from the free car parks to the village and provides a central gathering point in the village.
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