Snowmass is the largest of the Aspen/Snowmass mountains, and is home to 94 runs and 3 terrain parks.
It offers a variety of terrain for all levels of skiers and snowboards. The ski school at Steamboat is also world-class, as more Olympians hail from Steamboat than any other town in North America.
The Breckenridge area provides various activities that suit any age or preference. For beginner skiers and snowboarders, the bottom of Peak 8 and 9 is where you’ll want to start.
The resort was voted #1 ski resort in North America by USA Today. They offer ski lessons, guided tours and amazing staycation ideas.
Families and novice skiers will love Vail's top-notch ski and ride program, which is suitable for all ages. For the kids, their own highly experienced ski instructors will get them on skis and out on the slopes developing their skills.
From green and blue slopes to black diamonds and moguls, Copper Mountain has runs for everyone. You can join beginner level routes or guided tours.
Completely the opposite of high end resorts like Vail or Aspen, A-Basin is the place to go if you just want to ski some steeps, hang out on the patio, and then tailgate with the best of them..