Colorado is a place where locals and visitors alike come together to enjoy the outdoors, culture, adventure and glamour. Four ski mountains on one lift ticket (within a radius of 14 km) offer thrills when you need a rush and scenic groomers when you need to unwind. Off the slopes, the action continues with world-class après ski, dining, arts, and events. Con- sistently rated the #1 resort in North America for dining, Aspen Snowmass has over 100 bars and restaurants to choose from. You’ll find menus to please every palate here....
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Aspen Snowmass attracts locals and visitors from all around the world. One of North America’s best skiing destinations, it offers the perfect combination of terrain, powder and après activity. With one ticket you can ski four mountains within a radius of 14km, each offering a different experience – from powder bowls, to off-piste areas, long groomed runs and gently sloped beginners areas. Consistently rated the #1 resort in North America for dining, at Aspen Snowmass you can take your pick from 100 bars and restaurants.
With its stone gate-house at the entrance, Beaver Creek feels more like a country club than a resort. And the amenities and services won’t let you down. Purpose built for skiing, Beaver Creek is easy to get around and the lift lines tend to be short. There’s something for everyone within this 1832 acre park, from the beginners’ area at the top of the mountain, to intermediate slopes and more challenging terrain for the experts. Off the mountain enjoy ice skating, shops, restaurants and bars as well as a plethora of high-end experiences.
Breckenridge, with its world-class terrain parks, 6.7m Superpipe, down to earth vibe and vibrant nightlife, is popular with families, freestyle skiers and boarders around the world. With the highest lift accessed terrain in North America off the Imperial Chair sitting over 3900 meters, the snow at the top is unbelievable, while snow-making ensures exceptional surface conditions on the mountain even on a low-snow year. Here affordable accommodation sits alongside luxury hotels, world class restaurants and bars, a town brewery, local distillery, boutiques and a unique arts district.
If you’re looking for plenty of powder without the lift lines and crowds of more frequented resorts, Crested Butte is it. Excellent beginner and intermediate terrain, as well as a ton of nail-biting black runs ensure there’s plenty to captivate the entire family for days. Add to this the authentic mountain feel of the historic town centre with its colourful Victorian-era buildings and small wooden homes, the great restaurants and bars… and you’ve found your perfect ski destination for the family.
Copper Mountain is the perfect mountain for families and beginners, with endless rolling slopes as well as plenty of surprisingly steep, deep runs to push more adventurous skiers to the limit. Copper’s down to earth village offers loads of great accommodation, and it’s all within walking distance of the lifts.
Keystone is a census-designated place in Summit County, Colorado, United States. The population was 1,079 at the 2010 census. The Dillon Post Office serves Keystone postal addresses. Keystone is the home of the Keystone Resort.
Steamboat is famous for its champagne powder snow, perfectly gladed tree runs, and charming authentic mountain atmosphere. Featuring progressive beginners’ slopes, endless intermediate trails, chutes, bowls and powder, complimented by a vibrant après scene, this resort is as perfect for families as it is for couples and groups of all abilities.
Telluride, Colorado in the heart of San Juan mountains, presents you with breath-taking views from every run. This well-planned picturesque resort has great facilities for beginners and intermediates, but best of all, there are endless challenges for expert skiers and boarders. Here you’ll find a great range of accommodation in the town of Telluride and Mountain Village, ranging from ultimate luxury to budget, complemented by diverse bars and restaurants, amazing art galleries and wonderful shops.
Vail, Colorado boasts one of the world’s largest mountain terrains, with more than 5,289 acres of terrain to explore. This luxurious European-style village is high on North America’s list for après scenes with fine dining on the mountain and in the pedestrian friendly village, great bars, high end shopping and a host of activities. With easy access to Denver and a great choice of luxury accommodation, Vail is a sought out ski destination for couples, families and groups alike.
Winter Park, Colorado has a long history, having been a popular ski destination for well over 75 years. As Colorado’s fourth largest ski area, here you’ll find something for everyone with a variety of terrain, great facilities and excellent friendly service. Purpose designed, compact and friendly, Winter Park has plenty of affordable accommodation, complemented by a few good bars and restaurants.