Free Skiing at Monarch MountainFree Lift tickets for all on Monday April 7, 2008 Monarch, CO.
Monarch Mountain is offering free lift tickets on Monday April 7, 2008 to encourage people to visit the area in central Colorado. Monarch has received record snowfall this season, more than 36 feet so far and the conditions are fantastic.
“We are a pretty low key family ski area and we feel it’s important to offer a great value to keep people coming into our sport and what’s a better value than a free lift ticket” said Rich Moorhead, CEO. “This season has been one of our best so we want to show off the mountain” added Moorhead.
Complimentary lift tickets will be available at the ticket windows starting at 8:30am. Monarch is asking for a donation of a non-perishable food item but everyone will receive a free lift ticket. The donated food will be given to The Grainery a local organization that operates a food bank.
Monarch is located in the San Isabel National Forest 20 miles west of Salida, CO. Abundant natural snow (350 + in.) and friendly people are two of the areas strongest attributes. For more information on Monarch Mountain or the free lift ticket day visit www.skimonarch.com.
Mountain Sports Club members save all season on lift tickets at Monarch Mountain.