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Stowe Mountain Resort, Vermont

Stowe Mountain Resort may not have the elevation and size of the Rocky Mountain resorts, but it gets about as much snow with an average 333 inches per year.

Stratton Mountain Resort - Vermont

Stratton’s wide-array of skiing options and location on the highest peak in Southern Vermont make it an ideal winter getaway. Skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of Stratton’s 92 runs, which are backed by Stratton’s “Perfect Snow” guarantee.

The mountain’s 95% snowmaking in tandem with its location in the ‘snowbelt’ assures skiers of having open runs blanketed by fresh snow. For cross-country skiers, the Stratton Nordic Center provides 35 km of tracked cross-country trails and 50 km of backcountry skiing.

Marble Mountain, Canada

Canada offers some excellent options for the skier who finds him or herself north of the border. One of the best options in Atlantic Canada is Marble Mountain in Newfoundland. This well-kept secret offers beautiful scenery, 36 runs and luxurious accommodations at a reasonable price.

Snowmass, Colorado

Snowmass Resort in ColoradoSnowmass, snuggled way up in the Roaring Fork Valley just minutes downroad from Aspen, CO, is an ideal resort area for families, couples, groups, and skiers and riders of all ability levels. Not only is it beautiful, secluded, private, and family friendly, but the resort also boasts the most vert of any resort in the country, with 4,406 vertical feet of elevation gain and more than 3,000 acres of skiable terrain.

Alpine Meadows at Lake Tahoe

Alpine Meadows Ski Resort near Lake TahoeAlpine Meadows is one of seven resorts located at Lake Tahoe in Nevada/California. Reporting an average of 362 inches of snow per year, Alpine Meadows is a great place to learn or improve. With over 2400 acres of skiable terrain, you never know what you'll get to experience at Alpine Meadows.

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