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Directly north of Casper and Hogadon at the base of 9,300-foot High Park Peak, sits Big Horn Mountain Resort. Its geographic position in the heart of the Big Horn Range on the banks of Meadowlark Lake puts the resort smack-dab in the center of some of the world’s lightest and driest ...

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Wyoming 

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Boise, ID

Bogus Basin, 16.5 miles from Boise, is much more than you'd expect of a nine-chair mountain so close to a city. And, interestingly, Bogus is a nonprofit, charitable organization as well as a full-service destination resort.

Boise's Amtrak station brings in the destination skiers, and ...

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Mom 'n' Pop Resorts  Idaho 

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Bozeman, MT

Bridger Bowl is a big-hearted 2,000-acre ski area comprising wide-open terrain and a variety of runs that'll keep piste-lovers of all skill levels drunk on the sheer volume of skiable terrain. Flanked by two large bowls to the north and south, this university-owned resort receives 350 inches of ...

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Powder Skiing  Montana 

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McCall, ID

This mom-and-pop hill just outside McCall is a favorite among locals and families—kids wobbling in helmets and snowboard boots seem to outnumber the adults. There’s plenty of room for everybody, however. The mountain has about 1,800 vertical feet of skiing over 1,500 acres of terrain, ...

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Almost in the exact center of the state, Hogadon Ski Area is only 15 minutes from downtown Casper. Open Wednesday through Sunday, Hogadon has a 600-foot vertical drop from its 8,000-foot summit, a terrain park, 18 different runs, and 60 groomed acres.

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Wyoming 

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Inkom, ID

This ski area defines the meaning of "hidden gem." With over 2,200 feet of vertical rise, 1,100 acres of skiable terrain, virtually no lift lines, and an accessible backcountry paradise on The Backside, it is particularly miraculous that this Idaho resort remains relatively undiscovered. But ...

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Kellogg, ID

In 1989, an Associated Press article announced some bad news: "Liability risks and increased costs of maintaining a dangerous mountain road have prompted Kellogg's City Council to close Silverhorn Ski Area this winter." The story went on to announce some surprisingly good news: "The hill will ...

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The Sleeping Giant Ski Area is located just outside the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park and 50 miles west of Cody. In the colorful Absaroka Mountain Range, Sleeping Giant's base is on the banks of the north fork of the Shoshone River. Virtually deserted, Sleeping Giant offers 49 runs ...

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Wyoming 

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Jackson, WY

If you are looking for a smaller mountain or if, after a full day of skiing at Jackson or Grand Targhee, you still want more, Snow King—Jackson's town hill and the first ski resort in Wyoming—offers day and night skiing within snowball-throw distance of the town itself. Wooden skis ...

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Centennial, WY

The Snowy Range Ski Area's base elevation of 9,000 feet makes it one of the highest ski resorts in the country. Nestled in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest in the Snowy Mountain Range 32 miles west of Laramie, this ski area boasts 27 runs, a 1,000-foot vertical drop, 30 percent beginner ...

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