Beaver Creek Ski Resort: In Colorado, Beaver Creek offers trails, bowls and terrain parks for both skiers and snowboarders. Its unique offerings include a dedicated snowshoe and cross-country ski park, as well as a children's ski and snowboard school.
Breckenridge Ski Resort: This Colorado ski resort is home to the continent's highest chairlift and has a ski racecourse. Expert skiers will enjoy its steep runs, while snowboarders can hone their tricks on four halfpipes.
Crested Butte Ski Resort: Crested Butte offers visitors access to 121 trails on Mount Crested Butte in Colorado. In addition to options for beginners through advanced skiers, there's a terrain park, snowshoe loops and a hill for tubing.
Keystone Ski Resort: Visitors to Keystone in Colorado have access to three mountains with trails for all skill levels. Guests can even ski or snowboard at night, and there are options for backcountry bowl skiing, Nordic skiing and snowshoeing.
Snowmass Ski Resort: One of the best family ski areas on the continent, Snowmass has more than 90 trails, three terrain parks and plenty of family-friendly activities. The Colorado ski destination encompasses more than 3,000 acres in the Rocky Mountains and is known for its wide-open cruising runs.
Steamboat Ski Resort: Visitors to Steamboat will enjoy access to six Rocky Mountain peaks plus a superpipe and terrain park. The Colorado resort offers diverse trails, champagne powder and an Old West spirit.
Telluride Ski Resort: Telluride offers the only heli-skiing operation in Colorado, providing unprecedented access to backcountry powder. The main mountain delivers first tracks, too, with open slopes, speedy lifts and an easy, uncrowded feel to its central runs.
Vail Ski Resort: Vail reigns as the largest ski resort in the United States, with more than 5,200 acres of powdered terrain. The Colorado resort boasts 193 trails and 33 lifts, as well as a beautiful setting west of Denver.
Winter Park Ski Resort: Accessibility is a priority at Winter Park. It's the closest ski resort to Denver International Airport, with just a 90-minute drive between plane and terrain. It's also a draw for disabled skiers, with plenty of special programs available.
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