Arapahoe Basin has one of the longest seasons in North America with skiing and boarding from mid-October until early June. It has high-alpine groomed runs, bowls, chutes and glades, all serviced by a new quad chair lift.
Aspen Highlands has steep, big-mountain skiing in Highland Bowl, Olympic Bowl and Steeplechase, plus mid-mountain beginner and intermediate terrain.
Aspen Mountain -the flagship mountain of Aspen rises imposingly out of the heart of downtown. Famous for its steeps, bumps, incredible views, and its double-blacks and tree runs.
Breckenridge Ski Resort is a historic mining town that offers the flavor of a Victorian village with its quaint shops, fine restaurants and bustling breweries. The ski area has 4 huge peaks, 2,358 acres, 4 terrain parks, and 3 half pipes.
Buttermilk is noted for having hosted the ESPN Winter X Games for nine consecutive years. The area offers challenging expert ski trails, along with wide, rolling trails for beginners and families.
Copper Mountain offers terrain for all abilities and fantastic bowl skiing. Off slope, three recently completed base villages offer accommodations, restaurants, bars, shops,and a kids-only lodge.
Crested Butte has retained its historic small ski town charm and offers an incredible mountain with majestic peaks, wide valleys and challenging runs.
Echo Mountain is Denver's closest ski and ride area. It’s only 35 miles from downtown Denver and offers the most affordable ski and ride experience in all of Colorado.
Eldora is just 21 miles from Boulder and 45 miles from Denver. It offers skiing experiences for everyone with steeps, bumps, glades, a terrain park, a world-class Nordic Center and groomed corduroy for cruising. It also has a Children's Center. RTD bus service drops skiers off 50 ft from the lift.
Howelsen Hill, located in downtown Steamboat Springs, offers affordable skiing and snowboarding for all levels.
Keystone Ski Resort offers a variety of ski terrain on three different mountains and the largest night skiing operation in Colorado.
Loveland Ski Area offers an abundance of snow from October through May with varied terrain, uncrowded slopes, short lift lines, and free close-in parking. It’s easy trip from Denver.
Monarch Mountain is known for its affordability, hometown hospitality, and spectacular setting. Ride the Panorama Lift, a narrow lift between snow-covered trees to the Continental Divide with 360-degree views.
35 minutes from Grand Junction, provides more than 1600 acres to explore. Novice and expert skiers can cruise the corduroy, dash into the aspens for glade skiing, plow through waist deep powder, hit the bumps or jib through the terrain parks. Lodging, dining, shopping and a full service Ski & Snowboard School are also available.
Purgatory has more than 85 runs and 1,325 skiable acres, consistent powder and sunny skies to provide exceptional skiing and snowboarding.There is a new $50-million base facility complete with new shops, a restaurant, and an outdoor pool and spa. Purgatory also now has 125 new acres of expert tree-skiing on the back side of the mountain.
Silverton Mountain offers unparalleled big-mountain powder and chairlift-served skiing. It is Colorado's highest and most-expert ski area with non-groomed advanced/expert terrain. Heli-skiing also available on 22,000+ acres of big bowls and wild chutes.
Ski Cooper Offers affordability and variety with long wide-open cruisers and tree-gladed areas, plus short mogul shots on the backside of the mountain. The Chicago Ridge Snowcat Tours access 2,500 acres of powder skiing or riding above and below tree line for those who want some backcountry adventure.
Snowmass has 23 lifts and 90 trains to service its over 3,000 acres of cruisers, steeps, terrain parks and halfpipes. Its vertical drop is 4,406 feet.
Sol Vista is a family-friendly ski mountain and a four-season resort.
Steamboat is one of largest ski mountains in North America with six peaks of groomed cruisers, bumps, steeps, open meadows, world-famous tree skiing and riding and lots of deep powder snow.
Sunlight Mountain Resort surrounded by the White River National Forest near Glenwood Springs, Colorado, it encompasses hundreds of acres for downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. It has slopes ranging from beginner to expert, two terrain parks, one of Colorado’s steepest runs, and 29 kilometers of groomed cross-country trails. Amenities include a restaurant, lounge, equipment rental, retail shop, ski school, children’s center, and snowmobile tours.
Telluride has no crowds and no lift lines and the area offers beautiful scenery and terrain, plus luxury lodging and spas in a quaint ski town.
Vail, located 100 miles west of Denver, spans seven miles of terrain and has seven legendary back bowls blanketed with deep powder snow. It has advanced, beginner, “death defying,” difficult, easy, intermediate, and moderate ski runs for cross-country and downhill skiing and snowboarding. Its large alpine ski village offers a wide variety of lodging, plus many fine restaurants, bars, shops and other amenities.
Winter Park, only 67 miles from Denver, is a family-friendly ski area with a wide variety of terrain spread across five mountains. It has3,060 acres with over 3,000 ft of vertical drop and 30 ft of snow annually.
Wolf Creek with an average annnual snowfall of 465 inches claims “the most snow” in Colorado. The area covers 1,600 acres with a summit elevation of 11,904 feet and a vertical drop of 1,604 feet.