Powderhorn Mountain Resort: Located on the Grand Mesa, the ski area offers the most unique views of Colorado’s western slope. Purgatory Resort: An untoched paradise minutes from historic Durango, with 88 trails, 5 terrain parks and 35,000 acres of snowcat skiing. Silverton Mountain: Lift accessed big mountain backcountry style – an “all thrills, no frills” for expert skiers and boarders. Ski Cooper: Family friendly filled with history as the training site for the 10th Mountain Division ski troops in World War II. Snowmass: “Snowmassive” has one of the highest vertical rise of any area this, ski - in ski - out goodness for families of all levels. Steamboat: Six peaks, 3000 acres, Champagne Powder™️ and an authentic cowboy town. Sunlight Mountain Resort: Ski here then soak in the largest hot spring pool in the world at Glenwood Springs. Telluride: A box canyon town straight out of a Hollywood western set with a jaw dropping ski resort.

Buttermilk: Home to the X Games, Buttermilk is the terrain park doyenne of Colorado.

Telluride town

Copper Mountain: The perfect graded mountain from beginner to advanced.

Crested Butte: Prettiest little ski town with monster resort terrain and backcountry guides. Echo Mountain Resort: 60 skiable day trip acres super close to Denver. Eldora Mountain Resort: Just outside of Denver, past Boulder, Eldora is the local’s choice for sneaky snow turns.

Loveland Ski Area, Casey Day

Cooper Mountain, Casey Day

Breckenridge, Jeff Andrew for Vail Resorts

Granby Ranch: Family friendly intimate snow resort with a western vibe.

Hesperus Ski Area: Just outside of Durango, this under the radar ski area offers night skiing. Howelsen Hill Ski Area: On the edge of downtown Steamboat Springs, this Olympian training ground is Colorado’s oldest ski area. Kendall Mountain Ski Area: The sweetest teeniest ski area perfect for first timers – four trails and a terrain park. Keystone: The three peaks offer distinct and naturally separated terrain for skiers and riders of all levels. Loveland: A cult classic with over 10 metres of annual snowfall and a mass wedding every February 14. Monarch Mountain: Off the beaten path with laid back locals in search of fresh untouched powder.

Vail: Seven backbowls, 193 trails, 5289 skiable acres. This, is Vail.

Winter Park: Seven dedicated skiing territories with a purpose built village and a snow train from Denver.

Wolf Creek: Mega snow, the most in the state with close to 11 metres a season.

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Winter Park, Carl Frey

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