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Ski Areas in Colorado


Vail Mountain

Because of Mother Nature’s generosity in snow and more than 5,000 acres of terrain, including the legendary Back Bowls, coupled with the vision inherent in the spirit of Vail’s founders, and a modern day commitment to excellence in all aspects of operation, Vail can credibly lay claim to being a resort like nothing on earth. Vail has earned this premier designation for terrain, snow conditions and challenge. Combining the largest single-mountain in the United States with 5,289 acres of…

Hesperus Ski Area

Hesperus Ski area is located eleven miles west of Durango. Hesperus strives to make your experience a memorable one! Enjoy skiing under the blue skies and bright sunshine of our Southwestern Colorado winter days. Hesperus Ski Area also offers skiing under the stars!! From the top at 8,000 foot level to the lodge, 80% of Hesperus Ski Area is lighted and waiting for you!

Howelsen Hill Ski Area

Howelsen Ski Area was established in 1914 and is located in the heart of Steamboat Springs and the Rocky Mountains. This great location makes Howelsen the recipient of huge amounts of snow and great conditions for riding or training. Howelsen Hill Ski Area is the oldest Colorado ski mountain in continuous use and is known for having the largest and most complete natural ski jumps in North America. The mountain holds a unique place in the history of skiing. It has sent more skiers to…

Wolf Creek Ski Area

Wolf Creek Ski Area sits one mile East of Wolf Creek Pass Summit, with a base area elevation of 10,300'. This location has always been know for abundant snowfall, which gives reason to why this site was selected by the San Luis Valley Ski Club in the late thirties and early forties for a winter ski area. 1600 acres of versatile terrain is spread along a high alpine ridge accommodating every level of skier and snowboarder. There are a number of snow-white peaks, chutes and ridges above…

Silverton Mountain

Silverton Mountain is a new expert and advanced only ski/snowboard facility. One double chairlift will access the steepest, most powder-filled skiing in the Rockies. Silverton Mountain is located in southern Colorado in the heart of the San Juans. Snow is no worry at this 10,400-foot base and 12,300-foot peak elevation: the annual snow fall exceeds 400 inches. Winter comes early and heavy, supplying skiers and boarders with amazing conditions. Silverton is different from other resorts,…

Aspen Mountain

Aspen/Snowmass offers wide-open blue skies and fluffy white powder, as well as some of the most diverse terrain in North America. At Aspen/Snowmass, one ticket allows you to experience Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. Combined, the ticket offers four mountains with a plethora of terrain, countless lifts, numerous trails, vertical drops, inches of fresh snow and endless blue skies- all located within a 12-mile radius and accessible by free shuttles. Aspen…

Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Visit “Colorado’s Last Great Ski Town” and experience the difference that sets Crested Butte apart from other mountain destinations. The lively historic town, premier ski mountain, and dramatic landscape with endless recreation opportunities offer the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable vacation. With wide open groomers, great beginner terrain and some of the best extreme terrain in North America, Crested Butte Mountain Resort is among the top destination ski resorts in the west. Beyond…

Ski Cooper

Ski Cooper is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, near the historic town of Leadville. This ski area offers an exciting and affordable alternative to the hustle and bustle of bigger areas with all natural snow and a family orientated atmosphere in a region renowned for its world class skiing ! Ski Cooper is one of the oldest ski areas in Colorado. The ski area opened in 1942 as a training site for the 10th Mountain Division Special Forces that fought in the Alps during World…

Monarch Mountain

Monarch Mountain, located just west of Salida in South Central Colorado, is what you are looking for when you want a true ski area. Find plentiful snow (350+) and a friendly attitude plus low ticket prices and empty lift lines...Monarch Mountain has that plus cat skiing and views from the top that will leave you speechless. Mirkwood Basin Head to the top of the Breezeway lift and after a short hike you will find 1100' of chutes, glades, cliffs, and powder...welcome to Mirkwood…

Keystone Resort

Keystone Resort is comprised of three incredible and unique mountains - Dercum Mountain, North Peak and The Outback. Each mountain offers some of the best terrain Colorado has to offer: steeps, bowls, bumps, glades, rails, hits, lights - you name it, Keystone has it. The Outback's tree-filled glades protect powder stashes for tree skiers long after the snow is packed on other runs, plus two immense bowls for those looking for an off-piste experience. Area 51 is Colorado?s largest…

Breckenridge Ski Resort

Breckenridge Ski Resort is the largest historic district in the state of Colorado. The town and its residents are eager to offer something new and hip to visitors, from thriving nightlife to extreme mountain competitions at the colossal Breckenridge ski resort. The resort's 146 trails span through four interconnected mountains, making Breckenridge Summit County's largest ski area. Each peak is fantastic in its right, providing skiers and riders with a mass mixture of terrain. The…

Beaver Creek Resort

At the gate you leave everyday things behind. Beaver Creek is a World Cup mountain, home to the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships and the venerable Talons Challenge. Here even simple details are held high – it’s the art of thinking small. From our elite team of Ski School Ambassadors ready to help with your every need on the slopes and in the village to the escalators built with boots in mind, Beaver Creek was designed with a legendary attention to detail. Take care of the…

Snowmass

Colorado skiing means blue skies, fluffy powder and some of the best ski terrain in North America. Aspen/Snowmass, with two towns, four mountains (Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk), 4,993 acres, 42 lifts, 335 trails and the steepest vertical drop in Colorado, offers the best terrain and greatest variety of Rocky Mountain skiing at a single resort. Snowmass Ski Area Aspen's giant mountain, Snowmass is a massive mountain, offering incredible and varied…

Winter Park Resort

You love snow. You love playing in the snow. Then Winter Park Resort is the place you're going to love. We have the deepest, most consistent snow in Colorado. A fact backed by the National Weather Service as well as three generations of Colorado Skiers. However, just because you can count on good snow doesn't mean you should expect to ski in blizzard conditions. On average, Winter Park has 106 days of sunshine during the ski season -- or approximately 70 percent of the season is…

Copper Mountain Resort

Nestled in the Ten Mile and Gore wilderness ranges just 75 miles west of Denver. There's something for guests of every age at Copper, where all lodging accommodations, shops, restaurants, conference facilities and a wide variety of activities are conveniently located within a scenic resort village. With 2,465 lift-served acres, Copper Mountain has Naturally Divided Terrain, that actually separates skiers and riders by their ability levels. This is nothing we did…it is just how the…

Steamboat Ski Resort

Steamboat Springs is located in northwest Colorado in the Routt National Forest of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. A perfect getaway for anyone and everyone. Steamboat's western authenticity can be seen throughout the town in the working cattle ranches that still surround the resort, the locals' casual lifestyle and down home friendliness. Steamboat's huge mountain (2,965 acres), offers exhilarating mogul fields, inviting tree runs, sparkling powder grounds and wide open groomed runs, all…

Telluride Ski Resort

Telluride. Some say it was named for Tellurium, a gold-bearing ore. Others call it "To Hell You Ride," emphasizing the boisterousness of the 1880's mining town. Settled in the 1870s as a gold and silver mining camp, Telluride was incorporated in 1878. In 1964 it was deemed a National Historic District. Telluride is the perfect blend of pure mountain splendor, historic charm, world-class skiing, and unsurpassable beauty. Surrounded by the largest concentration of 14,000-foot mountains…

Powderhorn Resort

Powderhorn Resort is located in western Colorado on the side of the Grand Mesa, the world's largest flat-top mountain. With 1,200 acres of terrain and a vertical drop of 1,650 feet, Powderhorn Mountain Resort offers slopes for beginners to experts. The 360,000 acres on top of the Grand Mesa is the site for miles of cross-country and some of the best snowmobiling in the world. Freestylers will have a blast at Powderhorn. There are 2 terrain parks located mid-mountain with numerous…

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

With a peak elevation of 13,050 feet and seemingly always topped with snow, Arapahoe Basin rightfully calls itself "The Legend" and is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Boasting one of the longest seasons in North America, Arapahoe Basin starts turning the chairs in mid-October and offers good snow well into the spring, sometimes remaining open until the Fourth of July. Enjoy over 100 trails uniquely carved across the peaks or spend a relaxing day in the base area taking in the…

Ski Granby Ranch formerly SolVista

Ski Granby Ranch provides the very best in a friendly family skiing and snowboarding tucked right next to the Continental Divide in Colorado. Located just 15 minutes past Winter Park and 90 minutes from Denver. The mountain is perfect for beginner and intermediate skiers and boarders. The scenery is absolutely breathtaking, and the resort has many activities for the whole family. Ski Granby Ranch offers 38 designated trails on 406 acres. The East Mountain is ideal for beginners and…

Loveland Ski Area

Loveland is Colorado's closest ski area to Denver, located just 53 miles up I-70 on the Continental Divide just before the Eisenhower Tunnel in the Arapaho National Forest. Loveland is the tenth largest ski resort in Colorado, boasting 1,570 acres and an average of 422 inches of crisp, Rocky Mountain snow each year. This year Loveland Ski Area was rated as the second "Best Value" in the nation by the readers of Ski Magazine in their annual Reader's Poll for their affordable ticketing and…

Purgatory Resort

Purgatory Resort is located in the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado, 25 miles north of Durango. Carved by glaciers, the mountain is a unique blend of steep gladed tree skiing and wide-open cruisers with stunning views. The mountain receives over 260 inches of snow annually, much of it in overnight snowfalls followed by bluebird days. This phenomenon has earned Purgatory Resort the #1 ranking in North America for winter weather. The frontside of the mountain features many…

Sunlight Mountain Resort

Sunlight Mountain Resort has an intimate unpretentious atmosphere that can be attributed to its small-town roots. With its summit situated on Compass Mountain, Sunlight offers beautiful vistas of majestic Mount Sopris and the surrounding Elk Mountain Range. Hundreds of acres of mild greens, intermediate slopes and black diamond extremes are offered to satisfy all levels and abilities. The affordability and laid-back attitude make Sunlight a favorite for all who visit. Children always have…

Aspen Highlands

Aspen/Snowmass, with two towns, four mountains (Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk), 4,993 acres, 42 lifts, 335 trails and the steepest vertical drop in Colorado, offers the best terrain and greatest variety of Rocky Mountain skiing at a single resort. Aspen Highlands is known as the locals' favorite mountain. Located just three miles from downtown Aspen and accessible by free shuttle, Aspen Highlands' mountain features stunning views of the world-famous Maroon Bells…

Eldora Mountain Resort

"Sensational Snow, So Close" is the motto for Colorado's closest skiing to Denver and Colorado's front range, Eldora Mountain Resort. Just a mere 20-mile drive or RTD bus ride from Boulder and you arrive at Eldora's Indian Peaks which offer supreme skiing, snowboarding, cross-country and snowshoeing all together. Perched high up in the mountains west of Boulder, Eldora boasts a healthy snowfall of over 300 of snow per season. Opened in 1962, Eldora has grown into a favorite of families…

Buttermilk Mountain

Aspen/Snowmass, with two towns, four mountains (Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk), 4,993 acres, 42 lifts, 335 trails and the steepest vertical drop in Colorado, offers the best terrain and greatest variety of Rocky Mountain skiing at a single resort. Buttermilk Mountain , one of four mountains in the Aspen/Snowmass resort complex, is located just three miles outside the town of Aspen and is considered one of the premiere learning mountains in the country. Most of…