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Aspen, CO

Aspen Highlands, though part of the larger Aspen Resorts network (along with Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, and Buttermilk), is somewhat removed from the glam and glitterati found in this Mecca of winterized chic. Quite simply, Aspen Highlands is all about skiing, and because of that it’s the ...

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Powder Skiing  Scenery  Colorado  Expert Skiing  Bumps 

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Aspen, CO

Aspen is Colorado skiing at its most fulfilled—epic terrain with plenty of variety, an apres-ski and town scene that pulls celebs and stargazers alike, and customer service that should serve as the benchmark for all North American resorts, including "ski ambassadors" who give complimentary ...

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Bartlett, NH

With a stirring view of Mount Washington (at 6,288 feet, it's the tallest peak in the Northeast) and located within a stone's throw of North Conway, Attitash Bear Peak is worth the trip. Attitash Mountain has 1,750 vertical feet, while Bear Peak boasts 1,450 feet of vertical rise and is swaddled ...

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New Hampshire 

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Big Bear Lake, CA

On paper (or these days, online), you peek at those vital numbers that skiers look for in a mountain and Big Bear can't possibly measure up, especially with its northern neighbors in the Tahoe region. A mere 55 runs, a vertical topping out at 1,665 feet, and average yearly snowfall of only 100 ...

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California 

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Bear Valley, CA

Located in a remote corner of the Sierra Nevada just south of Tahoe and about three and a half hours east of San Jose, Bear Valley Mountain Resort sits at the end of a mountain pass on scenic Highway 4, which was originally extended into the Sierra just to reach this ski resort. Bear Valley ...

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California 

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Avon, CO

Colorado's most luxurious resort continues growing around its new village center. Luxurious lodgings in an elegant and monumental mountain style, fine dining (Wolfgang Puck’s eatery is a staple), and subdued nightlife are the resort's hallmarks, but Vail-based skiers commute to ski the ...

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Logan, UT

Beaver Mountain is a small, family-owned resort located 27 miles from Logan (about 110 miles north of Salt Lake City) in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest. It is not typically considered a destination resort, as its skiable terrain represents just a small fraction of that of its nearby ...

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Utah 

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Highmount, NY

Only one resort in the Empire State is owned and operated by the state itself: Belleayre Mountain, which sits in Highmount in the heart of the Catskill Mountain Forest Preserve on a site declared "forever wild" by the state of New York back in 1885. This bold proclamation made New York one of ...

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New York 

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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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Big Sky, MT

If you want skiing that's uncluttered, scenic, and laid-back, then Big Sky's your place. A big turnout in this 3,832-acre resort is around 4,000 people a day. The lines here are ridiculously short, if they exist at all, and Big Sky has consistently worked to keep lift capacity higher than the ...

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