Colorado legitimately stakes claim to being the premier ski destination in the U.S. With more than 25 resorts covering the highest and most expansive skiable terrain in North America, and an average 300 inches of annual snowfall with 300 days of sunshine, the question becomes – where is the best place to ski in Colorado? The answer depends on you.
Search our site by your skiing wants and needs. Click on a skill-level tile above, a ski resort at left, or see our ski resort map to find your ski destination.
Current snow conditions at all Colorado ski resorts. Resort status – open or closed. Base snow depth and snow fall in last 48 hours.
2012 / 2013 Colorado Lift Ticket prices for all resorts. Lift ticket deals and tips for getting the best prices at the resort of your choice.
If the kids don’t have fun, you won’t have fun. We rate Colorado’s top ski destinations for families, based on terrain, ski schools, cost and more.
Intimidated by the cost of a ski vacation? It doesn’t have to be that way. Eight valuable ways to cut the cost of your Colorado ski vacation.
Suitable lodging is the difference between a comfortable and memorable ski experience versus inconvenient or costly. You’ve lots of choices.
Which Colorado ski resorts are most convenient to you or an airport? Check out our Colorado Ski Resort Map for distances and driving times.