The Best Ski Resorts

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The Best Ski Resorts

If you can’t stop thinking about ski season all summer and can’t go a weekend without skiing in the winter here are all the skiing resorts you should check out this winter...

Ski Utah

Park City is a year-round recreation center. In warm seasons you can golf, go horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, and rafting. In the winter you can go skiing, backcountry, cross country skiing and any type of snow activity you can think of. Park City is a great ski resort to visit especially during the busy season because the resort limits the number of skiers to avoid overcrowding. It has 7,30 acres and 348 trails. The longest run at Park City is the Silverlode Express which is 3.5 miles long. Park City offers night skiing which is always a great experience! 

Snowbird Resort is just 20 minutes away from Salt Lake City, which makes it really easy to travel to but some weekends also cause long wait lines at the lifts. The terrain is steep and challenging, but don’t worry, the mountain has a great ski and snowboard learning camp for kids. Snowbird Resort is most popular for its Tram ride- a 125 passenger cattle car that takes you to the summit, up 2,900’ vertical feet, in under 10 minutes. 

Go on a Jackson Hole Adventure

Jackson Hole valley is the base of the Teton Mountain Range. There are three ski resorts, Snow King Mountain, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and Grand Targhee Mountain Resort. The mountains are 30 minutes to an hour away from each other.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is famous for having the longest continuous vertical rise in the USA. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort offers a lot of expert terrains and out-of-bounds skiing. It is also considered the closest to a European ski experience. 

Snow King Mountain is the oldest ski area in Wyoming and it hosts many state and regional races throughout the year. The Snow King Mountain also offers night skiing! 
The Grand Targhee Mountain Resort is about an hour drive from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort This resort is for you if you like exploring forested areas, powder, and gladed skiing.

The Best of Vermont

Killington Mountain Resort is the biggest ski mountain in Vermont and the largest ski resort in the Eastern US. It’s been called “The Best of the East” for years. Killington has 1,509 acres of skiable terrain and 212 trails. The resort broke up the mountains so the advanced skiers can be placed separately from beginners in order to avoid accidents. The resort also offers multiple snowboard terrain parks, alpine parks, and a half pipe. 

Stowe Mountain Resort is a better mountain for beginner skiers and has a mountain devoted to beginners. Stowe Resort also offers ice climbing activities. It offers 116 trails. The town of Stowe is famous for hosting arts and crafts shows, balloon festivals, and other festive events. The town has great nightlife, bars, and restaurants. 

Hit the California Slopes 

Squam Valley is known for its Olympic heritage as the host of the 1960 Winter Games. It is the place to go if you love deep powder, bowls, and deep chutes with a scenic backdrop of Lake Tahoe. The mountain is renowned as an expert skiers mountain but there are still beginner-friendly trails. Squam Valley offers night skiing at one of its most famous trails, the 3.2 mile Mountain Run. It is also one of the most famous resorts to go to for spring skiing. 

Mammoth Mountain is believed to be one of the finest Alpine Skiing mountains in the world. It averages 400 inches of snow every year, it has 3,500 acres of skiable terrain, and has trails for every level of skier. Fun fact, Mammoth Mountain is actually an active volcano. Mammoth Mountain might be one of the most scenic mountains of all. From the summit of the mountain, you can actually see the watersheds of Los Angeles and San Francisco. Take the Panorama Gondola to summit to the summit to enjoy the gorgeous views of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Now get ready for skiing! Pack your bags and buy your plane ticket from Roboair!