You could own a piece of Colorado ski resort history as Loveland Ski Area will be giving season pass holders the chance to buy a used chair lift following a facelift the resort will soon be getting.

What's Going on at Colorado's Loveland Ski Area?

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If you've driven through the Eisenhower tunnel on Colorado's I-70, you may not even realize that you've pretty much driven through Loveland Ski Area. The popular ski resort is located near the town of Dillon, Colorado in Summit County and is actually located on both the north and south sides of the tunnel.

Needless to say, the Loveland Ski Area is not located anywhere near the city of Loveland, Colorado.

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According to reports, Loveland Ski Area is doing some housecleaning and upgrading much of the ski resort's equipment, including an entire chairlift. Lift 6 will be getting replaced next month, June of 2022, and therefore the ski resort will be getting rid of the old chairs to make room for the new ones.

How Can You Own One of Loveland Ski Area's Old Lift Chairs?

How cool would it be to have one of the old Loveland ski chairs in your backyard? Well, that dream could become a reality, but there are some stipulations.

First of all, in order to qualify to own one of the old chairlift chairs, you must have previously bought a season ski pass to the resort for the 2021-2022 season or will be buying a pass for the upcoming 2022-2023 season.

In addition, the ski resort will be holding a lottery to determine who will be able to buy the old lift chairs, which will be sold to qualifying pass holders at a price of $650 apiece.

You can register for the lottery now through Tuesday, May 31st with the winners of qualifying pass holders to be announced on June 2nd, 2022.


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