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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.

  • 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.

  • Loveland Ski Area

    Loveland Ski Area

    No matter what you like to ski or ride, it's all right here at Loveland.  And it gets covered with an average of 400 deep inches of snow a year.  So you'll have plenty to love at Loveland, from October through May.

  • Monarch Mountain

    Monarch Mountain

    When families ski Monarch Mountain, one thing they seem to lose right away is the stress that comes with worrying about the kids, young or old, and what they’re going to need to have the best family ski vacation possible. Our family friendly atmosphere and small town charm make Monarch the perfect destination for winter family fun.

  • Park City Powder Cats and Heli Ski

    Park City Powder Cats and Heli Ski

    Park City Powder Cats operates just minutes outside of Park City on over 40,000 acres of privately owned land in the Uinta Mountains called The Thousand Peaks Ranch.

    Other than the Brooks Range in Alaska, the Uintas are the most prominent east/west range in the United States with almost a dozen peaks exceeding 13,000 feet. The Uinta Wilderness encompasses 457,000 acres of mountainous terrain with 40,000 acres of its best ski terrain right in our own backyard! With our base of operations at 7,600 feet to the soaring top of Windy Peak at nearly 11,000 feet, we’re able to enjoy a wide variety of terrain that includes incredible open bowls, steep chutes and some of the best tree skiing in all of Utah.

  • Powder Mountain

    Powder Mountain

    Guided Adventure Tours

    Our Mountain Adventure Pro’s know Powder Mountain's 5,500 acres intimately and lead guests to the best powder adventures at the resort. They take the business of finding untracked powder seriously and love every minute of their job. Your Mountain Adventure Pro will assess snow, weather and your ability in order to develop an adventure tour that will create memories that last a lifetime. Our Mountain Adventure Pro’s know how to ski and ride all conditions. If you ask your personal adventure Professional they will also give you some assistance on how to perform to your potential in the famous Utah powder. Meet your Pro at the Yurt (Mountain Adventure Center) at the Resort Center.

  • Ski Cooper

    Ski Cooper

    Chicago Ridge Snowcat Tours operate on 2,460 acres of terrain on the San Isabel and White River National Forests. The average annual snowfall is 260”. Ski Cooper will take you as high as 12,600 feet in elevation atop the Continental Divide. The slopes vary from 3,000 to 10,000 feet in length with vertical drops up to 1,400 feet per run.

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