Ski Holidays USA

Ski Holidays to USA

The USA has a huge selection of ski resorts, from the luxurious Colorado ski destinations that attract the well-heeled, to the affordable, friendly resorts of other states. Being such a vast country the scenery varries massively whether you are skiing in Killington, Aspen, Taos, or Squaw Valley. The direct flight into Denver has meant that Colorado has become teh Brits number one US destination satate. here you can easily access the glamorous names of Aspen, Beaver Creek, Vail, and Breckenridge plus other resorts such as Keystone, Winter Park, and Copper Mountain. In Utah Park City is a firm favourite, especially as the ski area now includes The Canyons with over 300 trails to become the U.S's largest ski area. 

Apres in the U.S. doesn't feature like it does in Europe, however, Vail, Breckenridge and Aspen all have a great scene.

 

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Alyeska

Snow Snow and more snow, Alyeska is the Aleut word meaning "big white land" and that is exactly what you get, huge snowfalls make this destination a "must visit" amongst skiers ...

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Aspen

Don’t be put off by the resorts image as a haven for the rich and famous, this resort is full of people like you and me enjoying what is one of the USA’s top resorts.

Aspen wa...

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Beaver Creek

Driving through the manned security gates at Beaver Creek is a bit like gaining entrance into an exclusive all-American country club. The resort is pristine and immaculately maintained with a selec...

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Big Sky

When Big Sky linked up with Moonlight basin and agreed a joint lift pass the area became the biggest linked ski area in the USA (bigger than Vail). The skiing in Big Sky suits all levels but with t...

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Breckenridge

Breckenridge is high, and by high we mean excessively so. The village base is just shy of 3000m and the top station is just shy of 4000m. Altitude sickness can be a problem here and it has no ...

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Copper Mountain

Terrific terrain, with the convenience of a purpose built resort, this Intrawest (the name behind Whistler) resort has been built in a sympathetic mountain style and the quality of accommodation is...

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Crested Butte

A charming and traditional Colorado town a little off the beaten track but well worth the effort. Huge recent investment means that the mountain has a modern and efficient lift system. Some fantast...

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Deer Valley

Unashamedly high end skiing (no snowboarding)resort that prides its self on its high quality perfectly groomed corduroy. Deer valley is a cruisers paradise and because they limit the number of skie...

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Heavenly

Heavenly gets huge snowfalls over the season and what makes the resort unique are its borders California and Nevada. The rustic ski lodges of California soon give way to the gambling palaces o...

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Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole is a Mecca for those looking for deep powder and steeps to scare even the best skier. The fearsome reputation of this resort is well deserved. If you are an expert skier looking for so...

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Keystone

The quieter sister resort to Breckenridge, Vail and Beaver Creek. Keystone is much more tranquil and affordable than its siblings. The River run condos are particularly pleasant and conveniently lo...

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Killington

A great family location with diverse terrain to suit all abilities. The skiing for beginners really is excellent and coupled with a ski school that has a fantastic reputation, this i...

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Mammoth
With an average snowfall of 385 inches annually, if you like your skiing/boarding in deep snow, this is the resort for you. There is an impressive array of skiing for all levels. With piste maintenanc...
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Park City

If you stay near the Main St you can access the skiing very easily. Most of the runs are blue and black and suitable for intermediate/expert skiers. The fact that the nearby resorts of Deer Valley ...

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Snowbird

An area suitable for experts and adventurous intermediates, Snowbird has a reputation for deep and steep and some of the driest lightest powder snow in the USA, ally that to the 42 ft!! annual snow...

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Squaw Valley

The snow at Squaw Valley and the other Lake Tahoe resorts (there are plenty nearby, including Heavenly and Northstar) is world renowned - overnight dumps of snow here can be staggering and more oft...

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Steamboat

The term Champagne Powder was invented here and if you ever get to ski Steamboat after a fall of Snow (335” annually) you’ll realise why they call it Champagne. This is an excellent resort for be...

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Stowe

Stowe get its fair share of snow with 22 ft falling annually, and is home to some of the most famous runs east of the Rockies. The village of Stowe really is a classic New England village surrounde...

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Sunday River

If you've never skied North America before Sunday River is a great place to start, with the shorter flight time and 92% snowmaking making it snowsure this an ideal resort for families. Three qu...

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Telluride

Getting to Telluride will involve taking two or three flights or a 300 mile transfer from Denver, but once you`re there Telluride has an amazing old Wild West atmosphere in the town (Butch Cassidy ...

Beginners :
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