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For Colorado Ski Resorts, it’s small with no night life. Yet A Basin remains a best for advanced skiers.
Short lines and expert terrain, with an extensive network of glades and double-black diamonds.
Aspen "local’s favorite,” praised for its extreme terrain, skiers come here seeking a thrill.
More upscale than Vail if that’s possible, the ultimate family ski resort and luxury ski vacation.
All levels of skiing with a ski-in/ski-out connection to the Victorian town that shares its name.
This is a resort with designated learning areas for all ages. Not surprisingly, very family-friendly.
Easy to navigate, Denver-close, and same variety of terrain as better-known resorts for a lower price.
Advanced freeride-loving skiers already have this on their short list, but enough beginner terrain too.
A wealth of intermediate skiing, with a strong children’s ski school and affordable pricing.
A smaller scale resort for nearby locals dodging the highway-turned-parking lot that I-70 can become.
Known for a wonderful ski school, on a mountain for sports enthusiasts with all levels of experience.
Continental divide, Rocky Mountain skiing without an enormous price tag - a favorite with locals.
Carved out of a natural bowl on Western Colorado’s Grand Mesa, deep powder and endless tree-skiing.
Intermediate runs tame enough for beginners, and plentiful ski-in/ski-out condos perfect for kids.
An intermediate skiers dream for families & locals – weekend warriors largely leave this resort alone.
Somewhat isolated, 125 trails and 2,000 acres of demanding terrain. This is not a resort for the timid
More than 200 trails and ski-in proximity to its elegant, famous Tyrolean-themed walking town.
Ideal for advanced skiers not searching for high priced amenities. Steep chutes and mogul runs.
Breathtaking views, minimal crowds and more often than not, deep powder turns.
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