Pico is like no other mountain.
Only here can you experience the thrill of a large mountain with the personal touch of a small ski area.
Pico Classic Picks
- At more than one mile long, Pike, Pico’s longest trail, begins at the summit and ends at the base lodge.
- Skiers and riders can also try the blue square 49er or winding black diamond trails like Summit Glades, Upper KA and Sunset 71 straight from the summit.
- More experienced skiers and riders can take a shot at the mountain’s steepest trail, Giant Killer – a double-black diamond.
- For glade skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts, Pico offers tree skiing on Doozie and Birch Woods.
- First-time skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of their own chairlift and rope tow, serving two gentle learning trails at the Bonanza area.
- For cruising and carving, check out the green circle and blue square trails off the Golden Express Quad, including Fool’s Gold, Prospector and Gold Rush.
- Riders and skiers working on their freestyle skills will be right at home in the Triple Slope Terrain Park.
2013-14 Dates and Hours
||December 14, 2013
||March 30, 2014
Open Monday, Thursday and Friday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Open Saturday, Sunday and Peak Dates, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday, non-peak.
||Dec. 24, 2013-Jan. 1, 2014; Jan. 18-19, 2014; Feb. 15-21, 2014
|Miles of Trails
|Summit Express Quad
|Golden Express Quad
|Little Pico Triple
|Knomes Knoll Triple
|Bonanza Rope Tow
|Average annual natural snowfall