Andes Tower Hills
Our mission is to have people feel better about themselves after they leave Andes Tower Hills than before they came.
In support of the mission statement we exist because we desire:
Â - To have Jesus Christ our #1 focus in our company
Â - To offer a "family friendly" relationship building environment that creates positive long-lasting memories
Â - To develop quality customer service
Â - To develop quality employees and have them find their best talents and abilities
Â - To be a profit center and good stewards of the company finances
Â - To anticipate favor of God's blessings spiritually, mentally and financially (Matthew 6:33 - Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all things will be added to you)
I will say that Andes Tower Hills has a lot of differnet terrain for skiers and snowboarders alike. There are two bowls, some steeper terrain, along with tree trails, and easy runs. The terrain park is good for the most part. It is probably my favorite to lap around here. You can perfect your line, and I really like that. Though Powder Ridge does have a tow rope, I still think Andes is comparable. A better jump line would be something I would like to see. Besides that the hill is great. Food is expensive, but what do you expect from a resort.
Great slopes and a friendly staff. I had a great time and the shops have decent prices so any gear or food you would want while you are there is readily available.
I taught my little brother how to ski here. It's great for kids who are learning how to do it snowboard!
I have taught my kids to ski here and my niece's, too. It's not the Rockies, but great family outing!!
Prices were a bit high... But great place to bring the family for a fun day. Nothing overly exciting about the runs, lifts are slow but overall good beginner hill for people to learn on. If you're looking for a challenge, keep looking... This place is a walk in the park on a Sunday stroll.