Beginners want terrain that allows them to feel the glide of their skis, without fear of being put in more challenging moments. Here’s our recommendations.

Breckenridge

Breckenridge

If you’re learning to ski, teaching kids to ski, or have a beginner in your group wanting a ski day off, Breck is one of Colorado’s great destinations.

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Buttermilk

Buttermilk

As Aspen designated “learn to ski” mountain,” when you’re a beginner, there’s no better place to start than Buttermilk.

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Colorado's Smaller Resorts

Colorado's Smaller Resorts

Granby Ranch is perfect for kids to learn in a safe environment. Generations of families have learned to ski at Powderhorn. And, there's many more.

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Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain

Twenty-one percent of Copper Mountain’s ski area is designated for beginners, with terrain and a design that separates skiers by skill-level.

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Keystone

Keystone

If you’re skiing with beginners, but ski at an advanced level and want to break off for snow time of your own, Keystone is a resort to consider.

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Loveland Valley

Loveland Valley

Loveland has two distinct ski areas. Loveland Valley is the smaller one, designed for beginners, allowing them to ease into the sport.

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