Arapahoe Basin won’t require reservations this winter, but passes will be limited

DILLON — Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Chief Operating Officer Alan Henceroth announced in a blog post Thursday that the ski area will not require reservations for season pass or day pass holders for the 2020-21 ski and snowboard season.

That said, Henceroth wrote that the number of passes sold will be limited.

The ski area chief said access details are still to be determined for Ikon and Mountain Collective passholders.

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As for single-day lift tickets, Henceroth said they will be available each day of the season and that all lift tickets will be required to be purchased in advance online. He added that the number of tickets sold each day will vary to reduce visitation during peak periods.

A-Basin had briefly re-opened last spring following the coronavirus shutdown. It used a reservation system at the time.

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