Grand Junction's Powderhorn Mountain Resort has announced plans to open the 2021 ski season this Saturday, with the opening day coming December 4th. 

The resort will open at 9 am on Saturday and stay open until 4 pm. Powderhorn Mountain will offer top to bottom Colorado skiing on Bill's Run and the lower Peacemaker which is accessible from the Flat Top Flyer.

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Both runs are considered intermediate with more skill levels opening as soon as they can get enough snow up on the Grand Mesa.

Early Season Discounts Available Saturday at Powderhorn Mountain

Early season lift tickets are on sale now at $59 for adults, $49 for teens, $39 for Juniors, Kids and Seniors can go up for the Mission: Affordable price of $29. Base lodge and the Sunset Grill will be open Saturday.

What COVID-19 Precautions are Required at Powderhorn Mountain?

Powderhorn encourages all guests to follow the covid-19 guidelines issued by the state of Colorado. The resort will NOT require you to wear a mask on the ski lift or when waiting in line. The resort encourages the advanced purchase option online and ordering food via apps when at the resort.

Get Current Conditions All Winter for Powderhorn Mountain Resort

For all the up-to-date trail information, lift openings, and the resort snow report visit Powderhorn.com online. See you on the Grand Mesa this weekend!

LOOK: Check Out Powderhorn's Fun Snow Cloud Trail

The Snowcloud Trail at Powderhorn is a great trail. The middle and lower sections are a blue trail, which means they aren't as steep - and I think this might be a trail you definitely want to find when you get up on the mountain.

Throwback: See Powderhorn Ski Resort in the 1960s

Powderhorn Resort has been a major attraction in western Colorado for over 55 years. A lot has changed since it started operations in 1966. Take a look at the vintage photos below taken in the late 60s to see how dramatically things have changed on the mountain.

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