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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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Wyoming 

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Aspen, CO

As a ski area, Snowmass is the giant among the four Aspen options—and one of Colorado's biggest, with the nation's second-greatest vertical. It is huge, sprawling over a complex landscape of peaks, ridges, gullies, and open slopes that offer the greatest range of terrain, from the gentle ...

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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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Wyoming 

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Steamboat Springs, CO

Tucked into Colorado's northwest corner, some three and a half hours from Denver and an hour's drive north of Summit County, Steamboat is a world unto itself. The mountains here are rounded peaks, not the jagged Rocky Mountain slopes you'll find farther south. But the snows still come in ...

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Sun Valley, ID

The oldest ski resort in the United States doesn't look like it has been around since 1936. The amenities are truly top-shelf, with a decidedly French air, lots of furs, and ski apparel that retails for the cost of a season pass. But that's just the surface. As you'd expect from a resort that ...

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Glenwood Springs, CO

This mostly mellow, mid-size ski area is a haven for families, especially those on a budget—Sunlight's adult ticket prices are $55 a day; multi-day rates are even less. In addition, economical Ski/Swim/Stay packages save you even more. Still, there are several short but genuinely ...

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Sunshine Village has the Banff area's only slopeside lodging, featuring a small, high-mountain village surrounded by ski slopes. To reach the village (cars are prohibited), skiers and snowboarders ride a six- passenger gondola from the parking lot. Skiing began back in 1928 in the vast Sunshine ...

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Tamarack, ID

The views recall Tahoe. And the terrain? Call it Steamboat West. That's the early line on Tamarack Resort, 90 miles north of Boise. The Tahoe analogy is plain from a 7,700-foot spot on West Mountain's ridge: Far below, 22-mile-long Lake Cascade glistens in Long Valley. What's more, the resort ...

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Idaho 

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Telluride, CO

Telluride, located in a scenic valley deep in the San Juan Mountains, has long been described as an up-and-coming resort. Now it's arrived. Telluride Mountain Village, a glamorous, ultra-upscale resort development in the heart of the ski terrain, is the perfect counterpoint to the quaint and ...

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