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Trollhaugen, Wisconsin

Trollhaugen, located in Dresser, Wisconsin, offers just as much fun as your larger resorts. It may have only 90 acres of skiable terrain, but Trollhaugen also has NASTAR racing and night skiing. If you’re looking for a quaint resort with all the frills, head to Trollhaugen.

Kicking Horse Resort in Canada

Just an hour and a half west of Banff in British Columbia, Canada,  you'll find Kicking Horse Resort. Tucked away above Golden in the Dogtooth Range of the Purcell Mountains, Kicking Horse Resort offers just about everything a snowsport lover could ask for.

Mount Bachelor Ski Area, Oregon

On the north face of Mount Bachelor in Oregon, you will find the the second largest single mountain ski area in the US. Mount Bachelor sits on top of a stratovolcano 22 miles west of Bend, Oregon. What began as a single towrope operation in 1958 has grown into one of the biggest ski areas in North America.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Canada

Revelstoke Mountain Resort is a work in progress outside of Revelstoke, British Colombia. Although the resort won't be completed in 2011, it still offers a wealth of options for the serious skier. While Revelstoke already is the size of renown ski resorts like Vail or Panorama, it will span nearly 10,000 acres, making it the largest ski resort in North America.

Hawksnest Ski and Golf Resort, North Carolina

The Appalachian Mountain town of Seven Devils, NC, boasts a wide variety of entertainment and outdoor recreation options via Hawsknest Golf and Ski Resort.

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