Alta is one of the oldest ski resorts in the U.S., opening its debut lift in 1939.
Government Camp, OR
Timberline Ski Area in Oregon has the longest ski season in North America, allowing powder hounds access to snowy slopes long after other resorts have closed for the summer.
As one of the country’s oldest ski areas, Sugar Bowl has been pleasing the ski enthusiast since 1939.
Surrounded by the Sawtooth National Forest in Albion, Idaho, Pomerelle Ski Resort provides skiers with 24 expertly groomed slopes and two terrain parks.
Twin Bridges, CA
Sierra-at-Tahoe sets the bar with 2,122 vertical feet of dynamic terrain, 2,000 acres of skiable landscape and almost 500 inches of fresh powder annually.
Teton Village, WY
Olympic Valley, CA
Pagosa Springs, CO
Mt Hood, OR
Mt. Hood Meadows in Mount Hood, Oregon, is a skier’s playground with six terrain parks and 2,150 acres of the most varied, skiable terrain in the Northwest.
Snoqualmie Pass, WA
Loveland Ski Area in Colorado boasts 1,800 acres of skiable terrain and educational programs to help you make the most of the slopes.
Silverton Mountain Ski Resort is one of the country’s most thrilling ski destinations, boasting 1,819 acres of some of the steepest terrain in North America.
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Soda Springs, CA