Echo Mountain Uphill A

Echo Mountain

Full Send uphill at Echo!

Resort Ski Touring Easy

Distance
446 m
Ascent
118 m
Descent
0 m
Low Point
3.1 km
High Point
3.2 km
Gradient
19˚
Echo Mountain Uphill A Map

Echo Mountain is a tiny resort less than an hour’s drive from Denver. It’s loved as the long-time local hill, but doesn’t draw much attention from destination skiers––and that’s just the way it should be. To help Denverites get their fix, Echo Mountain allows for uphill access during their operating hours. They charge for uphill passes, though, and the fee is pretty steep for the terrain that’s available. Because the resort is all on private land, they have full control over access. Check their Uphill Access webpage for current prices and policies.

Description

Mapped here is the Route A uphill at Echo. From the parking lot, you would first go downhill on Full Send, then back up climbers’ left side of the same run. With only 400 feet of vertical, you can lap it again and again for maximum send!

Difficulty

Easy

Remoteness

1 out of 4

Close to help in case of emergency.

Best time to visit

January, February, March, April, December

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