The Rockies lure skiers and snowboarders from all over the world in their quest for some of the driest, lightest champagne powder, particularly in Colorado. Vail, the USA’s biggest ski mountain, is celebrated for its ‘back bowls’ where powder collects and is left undisturbed.
Lake Tahoe Ski Resort.
Heavenly Ski Resort is the ski resort that most people link with Lake Tahoe, with Squaw Valley a close second.
Lake Tahoe Ski Resort is actually 15 ski areas, with a total of 27,000 acres of ski terrain and including 200 lifts and 1,000 ski trails.
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Jackson Hole Ski Resort.
Jackson Hole Ski Resort is surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery in North America and offers a unique experience both on and off the slopes. This is a real, old fashioned, Western town, with raised wooden boardwalks and authentic cowboy saloons.
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Park City, Snowbird, Alta Ski Resorts.
Salt Lake City is the gateway to a richly diverse network of nearby ski resorts.
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Telluride Ski Resort.
One of the Taos Ski Resort’s chief attractions is its ‘steep and deep’ skiing.
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Vail Ski Resort.
Ranked as one of the finest ski resorts in the world, Vail offers a wide variety of skiing for all levels on the largest single ski mountain in the USA.
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