Top 5 Ski Resorts in the US

Posted: February 14, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Ski resorts offer exciting, fun and great outdoor adventure for beginners and pros alike. Ski schools are usually situated within many ski resorts in the United States. Here are the top 5 ski winter resort reviews that you should consider when planning a winter vacation with the family.

Aspen

Popularly known as the Rocky Mountain town in Colorado, Aspen is a European-inspired ski village that is built in the 1960’s. Its spectacular views, fun activities and world class facilities continue to attract Hollywood celebrities each year. Some of their outdoor sports include white water rafting in the Colorado Rivers and Roaring Fork, biking in the Rocky Mountains, paragliding, jeep trails and horseback riding. Trout fishing is also popular in Aspen.

Heavenly Ski Resort

Located right on Lake Tahoe, the Heavenly Ski Winter Resort is considered as the biggest ski resort in the country. This world class ski resort offers one of a kind skiing in the slopes of Nevada and California. Guests may also enjoy sledding, tubing, snowmobiling and enrolling in a ski school. The Heavenly Ski Resort is accessible through a gondola in Lake Tahoe.

Deer Valley Resort

Recognized as one of the best ski resorts in North America, the Deer Valley Resort was once the site of the 2002 Olympic Mogul, Slalom and Aerial Events. Also known as the resort that revolutionized the ski area industry, Deer Valley is strategically situated along Utah’s panoramic Rocky Mountain Wasatch Range.

Killington

Located at the heart of Vermont, Killington is known as the biggest ski and snowboard area in the East Coast. The facility offers skiing in different terrains served by a high capacity lift system. Its seven interconnected mountains offer unparalleled diversity in skiing and also the finest vertical in New England. Experience a winter vacation filled with mountain explorations, high elevation vistas and the special charm of Vermont here in Killington.

Mount Snow

Nestled in the green mountains of southern Vermont, Mount Snow was once the host of the Winter X Games and ESPN. Mount Snow boasts around 135 trails, 12 tree terrain areas, 2 half pipes, 5 terrain parks, and 26 lifts. Covering about 757 acres of skiable land, Mount Snow provides skiing opportunities for beginners and professionals. They also feature ski learning programs beginning at the age of 4 and a pre ski program for children at the age of 3.

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Comments
  1. I agree! Aspen and Killington are fantastic places to ski. Been there for many times.

    • troika1987 says:

      Hi there, well I would love to visit one of those places soon and share my real time review for those resorts.

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