X22 Snowboarding, who are the makers of the X22 Stomp Pads, are highlighting the top snowboarding destinations in the world. Clear Creek County, Colorado is home to Loveland ski area, a ski and snowboarding area located in the Arapahoe National Forest at the east end of the Eisenhower Tunnel. Loveland Ski Area is comprised of two separate areas: Loveland Basin and Loveland Valley. Loveland Basin is the primary area and is home to the main lodge. Loveland Valley is more for beginners and has excellent learning facilities.
There are 10 lifts which feed 94 runs, most of which are rated intermediate or advanced, with the easier terrain located at Loveland Valley. The longest run is two miles, and the area has a summit elevation of 13,010ft.(3,965m). There are two terrain parks as well.
Loveland Ski Area is usually one of the first snowboarding areas to open, due to the high elevation, and also has the second-highest chairlift in North America at 12,697ft.(3,870m). Loveland Ski Area is one of the closest snowboarding areas to Denver, located just 53 miles away. Loveland Ski Area is renowned for its excellent freeriding and tremendous value, and enjoys a great reputation as an excellent snowboarding destination.
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