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Lake Louise, AB

Of the Banff-Lake Louise area's three ski resorts, Lake Louise is the biggest, weighing in at a whopping 4,200 acres. It posts some other impressive stats, too, including a summit elevation of 8,650 feet, a longest run of five miles, ten lifts to take you to all corners, plus two mid-mountain ...

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Georgetown, CO

Loveland, the ski area that arcs across the east side of the Eisenhower Tunnel along Interstate 70, is one of Colorado's highest areas in terms of both altitude and annual snowfall. Chair 9 takes skiers and riders higher than any other four-passenger chairlift in the world. Loveland's terrain ...

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Jasper, AB

Marmot Basin is a gem of a resort tucked away in the relatively remote reaches of Jasper National Park in Alberta's Canadian Rockies. By the sheer quirk of geographic happenstance, it's a place most skiers never reach. The bigger resorts at Banff and Lake Louise, some 150 miles south, swallow ...

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Monarch, CO

This high, snow-blessed resort is a small and casual ski area whose vertical is modest and nearest lodging is three miles down the road, but it also carries a big reputation for excellent snow. In addition to lift-served skiing and snowboarding on a high bowl, Monarch operates snowcat tours for ...

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Colorado 

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Big Sky, MT

Every good ski area has a split personality—part nurturer, part dominatrix. But no resort behaves more like Jekyll and Hyde than Moonlight Basin, the resort 45 miles south of Bozeman that shares a boundary with Big Sky. First it lulls you, then it tries to kill you.

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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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Sandpoint, ID

Schweitzer is big—2,900 skiable acres—and it's coming on big in the minds of destination skiers. Families who have gone to the central Rockies for years for their annual ski vacations are gravitating to the Selkirks at the western edge of the northern Rockies. Arctic air fluffs up the ...

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Idaho 

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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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Silverton, CO

The name evokes reverence among even the most extreme shredders. Silverton Mountain, with its legendary powder, steeps, and rocky chutes, is a proving ground for the most experienced skiers and snowboarders. "Even top pros have gotten scared up on the mountain," says Jen Brill, Silverton's ...

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Banff, AB

In terms of size, Mt. Norquay is overshadowed by its behemoth neighbors, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise. But don't let this fact dissuade you from spending a day at this fun and somewhat edgy little resort. Its 28 runs offer a mix of beginner, intermediate, and expert terrain, though overall ...

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Mom 'n' Pop Resorts  Alberta 
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