Lee’s Ski Hill is a family favorite in the “Little Switzerland of America”. It features one rope tow, which accesses one beginner run and 75 feet of vertical.
The ski area operates from noon to 5pm on weekends and holidays, as well as after school from 3:30-5pm. It’s generally open from December 20th to late February/middle of March, depending on conditions.
There’s a single trail down, with a few bumps and features, along with whatever you can make of the off-piste challenge.
Tubing and sledding is available in town at Vinegar Hill, on the corner of 5th Avenue and 5th Street.
Address: 3rd Ave, Ouray
Season: Dec-Mar, depending on conditions
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