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  • Anthony Lakes

    Anthony Lakes

    Fast forward 50 years and the mountain's legacy continues on with the best powder, a new mountain road and a new triple chair. Wtih the addition of boarding, skating and a well groomed cross country trail, the area has gained a reputation that continues to bring patrons from far reaching resorts such as Whistler and Aspen. The big competitors remain, yet wonderful people, great terrain and some the most breath taking back country still blows away its competitors.

  • Bear Valley Mountain

    Bear Valley Mountain

    Since 1967 the ski and snowboard area has been the choice for snow sports enthusiasts of all ages. From the beginner runs, easily visible from the lodge, to Grizz, backside and mile-long trails to the village, Bear Valley Mountain has terrain to suit any level. Beginners to Advanced Bear Valley is the ideal mountain whether it’s your first experience to the snow or you’re a die hard powder hound.

  • Big Sky Resort

    Big Sky Resort

    Lots of resorts have big peaks on the horizon. Ours — Lone Peak — is actually on the trail map. The Lone Peak Tram takes you right to the top, where you'll have some eight square miles of runs and 4,350 vertical feet laid before your wide eyes. It is demonstrative evidence of our right to the title, Biggest Skiing in America®. But it isn't the only evidence. Short lift lines ensure you get all the vertical your legs can handle. A vast diversity of terrain — from greenhorn to grab-your-avalanche-beacon — means nobody in the family gets bored. Add in 400 inches of powder, and you begin to see why "big" applies to every turn of your skis, not some distant, postcard peak.

  • Eaglecrest Ski Area

    Eaglecrest Ski Area

    Eaglecrest Ski Area in Juneau, Alaska is just a two hour flight north of Seattle. Located on Douglas Island across from downtown Juneau, and we have 640 acres, 4 chairlifts and 36 runs for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities.

  • Eldora Mountain Resort

    Eldora Mountain Resort

    Eldora is within minutes of charming accommodations to fit almost any budget. Everything from world-class hotels just 30-minutes away in Boulder, Colorado to bed and breakfasts in nearby Nederland, or guest ranches and cabins along the Peak to Peak highway. And, contrary to most Colorado mountain towns, Boulder has lots of lodging available during the winter and holiday seasons.

  • Frisco Adventure Park

    Frisco Adventure Park

    The Frisco Terrain Park offers you an exciting day of skiing or snowboarding at affordable rates.  As an extra incentive to try us out we are offering a rate of $10. for the first hour and $5 each additional hour for February or pay just $29 per day, you can take advantage of the intimate setting while enjoying rails, fun boxes and jumps. Whether this is your first day out or your 101st, you are sure to enjoy the beauty of the Frisco Adventure Park.

  • Grand Geneva Resort

    Grand Geneva Resort

    At The Mountain Top at Grand Geneva Resort, one of Wisconsin's premier ski and snowboarding destinations, you can:

    • Downhill Ski - 18 slopes
    • Snowboard downhill or in the terrain park
    • Cross-Country Ski* - 10 kilometers of scenic winding cross-country trails
    • Snow Shoe
  • Granlibakken Ski Area

    Granlibakken Ski Area

    Granlibakken Resort features an intimate ski hill, perfect for beginning through intermediate skiers and snowboarders. It's a great place to avoid the crowds of larger Lake Tahoe ski resorts, while enjoying a day of skiing right out your back door.

  • Kirkwood Mountain Resort

    Kirkwood Mountain Resort

    Tucked away about 35 miles southwest of South Lake Tahoe, Kirkwood Mountain Resort offers big Mountain skiing/riding with a small town attitude.  Our unique location atop the Sierra Crest combined with elevations ranging 7,800 to 9,800 feet create a little something we like to call the K-Factor – a geographical predisposition to receive the lightest, the driest, and the most plentiful snow in the Tahoe region.

  • Loup Loup Ski Area

    Loup Loup Ski Area

    Located between Twisp and Okanogan on Highway 20, the Loup Loup Pass is just a short trip from the winter play land of the Methow Valley. The Loup Loup brings communities together from Oroville to Grand Coulee and from Chelan to Mazama.

    1,240 vertical feet, the mountain (Little Buck) is serviced by a Poma fixed grip quad chair lift, installed in 1998 with an amazing community effort. A platter surface tow and a beginner rope tow give sliders a chance to practice their skills without going to the top. Runs are groomed nightly with modern Bombardier snow cats.

  • Mammoth Mountain

    Mammoth Mountain

    Play Big at the Top of California! Mammoth Mountain has a lot to offer year round 365 days a year, snow or shine. We have enough adventures to keep a smile on your face no matter what the season. Whether it's sliding down Cornice Bowl in January or descending the original Kamikaze bike park trail in July, Mammoth will make you wish there were more months in the year and more light in the day.

  • Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort

    Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort

    Mt. Hood Meadows offers the most spectacular and varied terrain in the Northwest. We have a huge mountain with terrain for everyone, magnificent views and snowfall beyond belief. Our entire staff is committed to providing you with a truly memorable and unique experience that is Mt. Hood Meadows.

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