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Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico

Taos Ski Valley in New MexicoTaos Ski Valley in Northern New Mexico boasts over 300 sunny days and 300 inches of snow per year. Advertised as 'the un-resort resort', Taos Ski Valley offers almost 1300 acres of terrain in the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. The highest lift services a vertical drop of over 2600 feet. If that's not exciting enough, hike to Kachina Peak and add on almost 700 feet of vertical drop.

Mission Ridge Winter Park, Canada

Saskatchewan has little to offer in the way of downhill skiing but if you find yourself north of the Dakotas with a skiers itch, Mission Ridge Winter Park is a little gem located in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan. Because of its geographical location, the park gets minimal snowfall so they rely heavily on machine made snow. Machines produce 99 percent of the Winter Park’s 100 inches of snow annually.

Lion Square Lodge, Colorado

North America’s premier skiing destination deserves an equally impressive accommodation offering. The Lion Square Lodge at the Gondola is the perfect accent piece to the beauty and splendor of Vail.

Banff Aspen Lodge, Canada

Access and affordability headline the amenities present at the Banff Aspen Lodge located in the Canadian Rockies’ city of Banff, Alberta. Nearby Banff National Park offers a multitude of recreational activities throughout all four seasons. Visitors are invited to explore hiking, biking, camping, canoeing and other ventures during the summer in the park – with Lake Louise as the focal point.

Camelback Resort, Pennsylvania

One of eight resorts situated in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountain Range, Camelback packs a lot of punch despite being moderately sized. The mountain offers five months of skiing, seven days a week on 34 well-groomed and snow-packed slopes thanks to an arsenal of snowmaking equipment and 100% snow coverage.

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