Holiday Hills
Operation Dates: 1965 - 1971
Facilities: A-Frame Lodge; Rentals; Ski Patrol; Ski School
Lifts: 3 tows; 1 Platter (stats: built 1964 by Poma 1760' long, 280' vertical,
capacity 550 people/hour)
Runs: 9 total; some names included "Chicken Alley, Leapin' Lena, and
History: This area was owned by Harlan Nimrod and hosted an average of
350 skiers per day.  The area never had much vertical or snowfall when
compared to neighboring hills.  The area can be found near the town of
Divide, just outside of Woodland Park.  The area is on a hill to the west of
Pikes Peak. According to local residents the lifts were removed in the early
1990's and the lodge is now a private residence.
Area Pictures: *
A tow engine
Area runs
Notice the packer behind the aspen
The J-bar's footing
More area runs
A cool shot of some aspens in the area!
Have you ever skied Holiday Hills?  If
so, contact us!

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Thanks to TCS for locating this resort!
The Colorado Ski Museum
*Pictures thanks to Brad C.
"Holiday Hills near Woodland Park is where I took my first
ski lesson. It was in 1966 or 67, I am not quite sure which year. I may
be mistaken, but I think before skiing was started we use to go to the
same area in the early 60's and toboggan. I am glad I found your web
site as I often wondered what happened to the area."
-Jeff J.