The Best Resorts
We go to a different resort each weekend so you will never get tired of skiing the same mountain over and over again. All of these resorts are accessible on Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass.
“When you enter the gates of Beaver Creek, you leave everyday life behind. People come from all over the world for that feeling, and many make it a tradition. The ski terrain is legendary, and spectacularly varied. In fact, this is the only mountain in North America to regularly host the Men’s World Cup ski races on the Birds of Prey downhill race course.
In Beaver Creek Village, an outdoor escalator whisks you and your gear to a winter wonderland with immaculate grooming. A place where you can expect to be pampered; where the staff is trained to not just provide, but anticipate what guests want. It’s no wonder Beaver Creek has won the Best Overall Customer Service Award from the National Ski Association five years in a row.
Hone your skills at the Ivy League of ski schools and rise to the top of your class. At the end of the ski day, reward yourself with a fresh chocolate chip cookie served daily by Cookie Time chefs, and tell your friends about your amazing day on the slopes. We’ll even mail a collector postcard anywhere in the world, free of charge.”
“With four huge peaks, 2,358 acres, five terrain parks, two half pipes, eight bowls, the highest chairlift in North America, the Gold Runner Coaster, and an authentic, hip mountain town with awe-inspiring views, Breckenridge definitely stands out from the rest. Add to the mix the BreckConnect Gondola, SnowWhite (150 acres of expert terrain) and the Imperial Express SuperChair. Our authentic town has over 200 restaurants, bars, and shops, so you’re destined to find a good time in this unique yet casual atmosphere.
So come to Breckenridge and see why it is consistently recognized as not only one of the most popular ski resorts in the country, but a perennial world-class destination, with a flavor all its own. Perfect mountain. Perfect mountain town.”
“There’s no place like Keystone for a winter holiday. With Colorado’s longest ski day, you can make the most of your time on the mountain. Take a guided snowcat tour to Independence Bowl—our most challenging terrain. Ski and ride A51 Terrain Park—voted one of America’s best. Tube at Adventure Point located on top of Dercum Mountain. Or take long runs down our groomers, through trees or over bumps. Improve your skills at the Keystone Ski & Ride School, where you can take a daily lesson or get private instruction for yourself or groups of up to six people. Two years ago, Keystone began operating a new state-of-the-art eight-passenger gondola in River Run Village. The final phase of the project was completed with a new skier bridge, making access to the gondola easier for all guests.”
“Coveted as North America’s top ski resort, Vail is an extraordinary winter vacation destination. Spanning seven miles are the seven legendary Back Bowls of Vail; blanketed last year with forty-three feet of powder snow. Under a blue sky three-hundred days a year and with more groomed terrain than anywhere on the planet, families reconnect and celebrate from year to year and generation to generation. Vail is truly remarkable. From the world-renowned Snowsports School to the first-class activities and festivals, shops and spas, cosmopolitan dining and nightlife.
What’s more, we offer world-class hotel and condominium accommodations for any lodging need. And it doesn’t stop there. After hours, your opportunities for outdoor activities continue at Eagle’s Nest at Eagle Bahn Gondola. You can also take the free scenic gondola ride to Adventure Ridge and try exciting ski-biking, adventurous snowshoe tours, tubing, or relax at our family friendly Bistro Fourteen.”