The Most Popular Ski Resorts In America
By AALIYAH GIBSON
Although it is known for its expert terrain and is the home of one of the continent’s steepest runs, the iconic Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Wyoming, is a popular stop for all. In addition to skiing, Jackson offers a mix of different activities like day trips to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
According to ZRankings, the most beautiful ski town — and also the best for skiing — in North America is Telluride, Colorado, so it’s only fitting that the Telluride Ski Resort is on our list. With breathtaking views, more than 2,000 acres of terrain, nine lifts, and 148 runs, novice to expert skiers can all have the time of their lives on the resort's slopes.
Telluride Ski Resort
Located on the outskirts of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and one of the largest ski resorts in the state, Steamboat Ski Resort is a complete mountain range with more than 2,965 acres of terrain to explore. The resort even trademarked the title "Ski Town, U.S.A." as veteran Winter Olympians often call it home.
Steamboat Ski Resort
Only 30 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport is Solitude Mountain Resort, which boasts more than 1,200 acres of skiable terrain, 77 named runs, and eight chairlifts. Located in Utah’s Big Cottonwood Canyon, its microclimate has high levels of snowfall and dry powder, providing ideal conditions for winter activities.
Solitude Mountain Resort
Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, is one of the most luxurious resorts in the nation and has award-winning dining. With more than 2,000 acres of skiable terrain and an uphill capacity greater than 50,000 skiers per hour, the resort is perfect for all ages and abilities, but has a special treat for the skilled and adventurous: a 3,000-foot vertical drop.
Deer Valley Resort