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Colorado Ski Hotels and Accommodations

Breckenridge, CO

Stay within this quaint ski town for a vacation filled with skiing, spa days, Main Street exploration, and more. Find Breckenridge lodging at three different base areas and throughout the nearby town. Choose from our hand-picked selection of the best hotels with ski-in/ski-out access, quaint vacation rentals with full kitchens, and trendy lodges on Main Street, all which are in spitting distance of the slopes. Use our staff picks to determine the hotel that is the right fit for your dream ski vacation....Read more

Copper Mountain, CO

If you are looking to make a vacation of your Copper Mountain ski day, you won't have to look further than the lodging in Copper village. The prestigious hotels all offer walk-to-slope access in addition to a plethora of other amenities, including luxurious hot tubs, phenomenal views, and cozy rooms. Our hand-picked lodging selection and staff pick awards are based on the knowledge of local experts, which want to help you book the ideal ski vacation at the best rate....Read more

Keystone, CO

Situated on the Continental Divide, with 960 acres of rugged peaks, spruce forests and natural, rolling terrain, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area boasts the longest ski season in Colorado. A-Basin has three dining locations, including Black Mountain Lodge at mid-mountain, and ski and snowboard lessons available every day of the season. The legendary mountain offers affordable pricing, family-friendly events and a fun, authentic vibe that locals and vacationers of all ages enjoy....Read more

Winter Park, CO

Winter Park is another gem in the skiing-giant Intrawest’s crown. Spreading across three peaks and 3,078 acres, Winter Park, and its sister mountain, Mary Jane, are located only 90 minutes from Denver in the center of Colorado’s ski country. Winter Park is a destination resort not to be missed offering terrain variety, big mountain experience, and an awesome Village to explore. The resort receives an annual average of 336 inches of snowfall a season and provides skiers and boarders with classic Colorado powder, some of the best moguls around, backcountry access, and over 3,000 feet of vertical! Winter Park Resort is spread over three interconnected mountains: Winter Park, Mary Jane, and Vasquez Ridge. Mary Jane, a local favorite, has a separate base area and is best known for moguls and local flavor. It also offers a surplus of tree-skiing, Parsenn Bowl, and hidden huts. Though contrary to popular belief, it is not all about the moguls and advanced trails, Mary Jane’s backside offers long intermediate groomers and beautiful access alongside the national forest. Mary Jane Trail, a wide-open groomer off of the Super Gauge Express is the perfect run from top to bottom. Mary Jane also hides free slope side parking, so park here and hop on the free bus to the base village at Winter Park. Vasquez Ridge and Winter Park Mountain offer plenty of intermediate terrain, groomers, terrain parks and the Winter Park half pipe. Best powder stashes are on Outrigger and Retta’s Run while best groomer/mogul half and half trail is often Bradley’s Bash and Balch trails. Dip over to the Mary Jane off the Outhouse Trees for a real wild ride. Winter Park’s two other sections, Parsenn Bowl and Vasquez Cirque offer variety to traditional ski terrain. Parsenn Bowl is a true blue with long open groomers and stunning views of the Continental Divide while the Cirque is accessed by backcountry gates and some of the mountain’s most challenging terrain. Either as an intermediate skier or expert skier you are offered terrain at the very top of the Continental Divide topping 12,000 feet elevation. In the last few years at Winter Park, there have been several mountain upgrades, the addition of four new lifts, and completion of a base village. The village has many amenities with plenty of lodging like the ski in/ski out Zephyr Lodge or deluxe condos at Frasers Crossing/Founders Pointe, dining at one of the several restaurants, retail shops and an ice skating rink. Visit Winter Park for all the reasons you want a great ski vacation!...Read more

Keystone, CO

Explore Keystone’s three mountains. Carve big turns on Dercum Mountain’s groomed trails. Pound through the bumps on North Peak. Dig into powder and some of the best gladed terrain on Keystone’s Outback. Or, for a real adventure, hike to the steeps and glades of the Windows or get on board for a guided snowcat tour to Bergman and Erickson bowls for untouched powder. If ‘boosting huge’ is your way of describing a perfect day, then head to the newly expanded A51 terrain park and A51 Incubator beginner park and check out the innovative rails and features. When the sun goes down, the lights come on. Keystone boasts one of the largest night skiing/riding operations in the country, as well as one of the largest night parks. Catch the sunset from the slopes and ski and ride into the night on 17 trails and A51 terrain park....Read more

Dillon, CO

Loveland Ski Area sits high atop The Continental Divide and offers a ski experience like no other. Just 53 miles from Denver & 12 miles east of Silverthorne, Loveland offers 1,800 acres of terrain and 400" of snow each season. More snow. Less crowds. No Fuss. This is Core Colorado. Loveland has two base areas - Loveland Basin and Loveland Valley. Loveland Valley, typically open mid-Nov through early-April, is home to our ski school and features gentle terrain perfect for making your first turns. Loveland Basin offers the intermediate/advanced skiers and riders groomed runs, steeps, bumps, glades and plenty of terrain above treeline to explore. Chair 9 whisks riders up to 12,770 feet atop The Continental Divide where amazing views, open bowls and powder choked chutes await. Loveland also offers free close-in parking, virtually no lift lines and a laid back, local feel. Whether you are planning a family trip or looking to shred some of Colorado's finest snow, Loveland will not disappoint. There are no hotels or fancy villages here. Just 1,365 acres of terrain and 400" of snow. Visit Loveland and experience Core Colorado. Please note that children 5 and under ski free!...Read more

Vail, CO

Vail Mountain is modeled after an Austrian ski town, taking the good and leaving the bad. This is a very popular mountain and most come for the assortment of groomed cruisers and huge amount of untracked powder. Vail Mountain has fluffy bowls, exciting glades, and mile after mile of cruisers. Vail’s main attraction is that its big and known for getting more snow than other Colorado mountains, so anyone can find untracked powder. Vail also boasts 4 terrain parks with a superpipe and other pieces. The surrounding town has everything money can buy. It’s a bustling town accessible by car and foot, with ice-skating, shopping, tubing, and everything else you would expect from a world-class resort town. In general, Vail is one of the best resorts, the skiing is fun and the setting is one of comfort and leisure....Read more

Steamboat, CO

Whether hitting the slopes during the winter, biking during the summer, or enjoying the many events and activities Steamboat Springs and the resort have to offer, there's something for everyone. The ski area has 165 named trails spread over 2,965 acres (12.00 km2). Fourteen percent are classified as beginner level, forty-two percent as intermediate, and forty-four percent as advanced....Read more

Salida, CO

Monarch Mountain, located in South Central Colorado, is what you expect from a real Colorado ski area. Abundant natural snow (350+ inches) and friendly people are two of our strongest attributes. You can walk from your car right to the lifts, prices are reasonable, and the runs flow naturally back to the base area. At Monarch you'll lose the crowds but not your friends. We have been improving the skiing and riding experience by adding backcountry terrain in Mirkwood Basin for the advanced and putting in two conveyor lifts for our less experienced guests. We are not about Real Estate developments and shopping villages at Monarch. You won't find time share salesmen in the base area, but you will find friendly employees wanting to share our mountain with you. The only 'bling-bling' you'll see at Monarch is from beaming smiles....Read more

Aspen, CO

The identities of Aspen Mountain and the City of Aspen are intertwined. Both are rooted in a silver mining past, and both are forever moving forward in the pursuit of pleasure today. For visitors, joy can come in many forms here: excellent skiing and riding on the mountain, followed by world-class dining and shopping in town. When it comes to terrain, Aspen Mountain is unlike any other ski mountain in America, offering an abundance of options in a surprisingly compact space. A dash down the Face of Bell is a rite of passage for expert skiers the world over, while those in search of groomers can cruise down the same runs that will host the 2017 Audi FIS World Cup Finals. When the day is done, watch the action on the mountain fade into town at Ajax Tavern, the iconic après ski spot at the base of the Silver Queen Gondola....Read more

Avon, CO

Beaver Creek is a comfortable resort in Vail Valley, covering 1,815 acres and 3,340 feet vertical. It is known for plates of chocolate chip cookies and spa treatments, but also has plenty of terrain for those who want to rip it up. Stone Creek was recently opened and has some of the hardest terrain in the resort, including glades and chutes. The Birds of Pray Express Lift and Grouse Mountain Express Lift also have some fun pitches and glades. If you or someone is just learning there are plenty of fun winding greens and a couple learning areas (at Beaver Creek Village). Groomed cruisers are also prevalent throughout the park. Beaver Creek is nestled between 3 different village centers (Beaver Creek, Arrowhead, and Bachelor Gulch), creating a relaxed and luxurious European atmosphere. With numerous accommodations very close to the mountain, including a slope-side Ritz-Carlton, staying on the mountain can be very enjoyable. The mountain can be done on the cheap as well with a gondola running from the nearby Avon....Read more

Nederland, CO

Eldora is a Colorado ski area serving Denver, Boulder, and Colorado’s northern Front Range. Just 21 miles west of Boulder, Eldora offers a wide range of terrain, from thrilling steeps and glades to mellow, friendly learning terrain. It’s a convenient alternative to resorts along Interstate 70, beloved by locals for its close proximity and family-friendly atmosphere. New this year is the high-speed Alpenglow six-person chair, which brings guests from Eldora’s base to its blue and black terrain, including glades and steeps, in just under five minutes. Eldora’s completely new food and drink menus feature hearty made-from-scratch dishes using local, organic ingredients. Eldora’s Woodward terrain parks are the closest parks to the Denver/Boulder area and feature loads of world-class rails, hits, and jumps. Perhaps most of all, Eldora is known for its wide selection of family-friendly trails and fantastic kids’ programs, and on any given day, you’ll see local kids and families out enjoying their favorite local hill....Read more

Telluride, CO

Telluride is a ski resort located in Colorado with over 3500 feet of vertical, 18 lifts and 2000 acres of land. Telluride has a good mix of ability levels and terrain types, and fairly well separated. If you are into open bowl skiing, the newly opened Prospect Bowl is the place you want to be. Those who want steeps or backcountry trails can find plenty here. Beginners have mid-mountain areas dedicated specifically to them, and there are intermediate cruisers a plenty. The resort is surrounded by a multitude of 14,000 foot mountains, in some of the most beautiful mix of desert and alpine landscape around. Two different towns with distinct styles connect the mountain and connected by a free gondola ride. Telluride has a lot of distinct features and everyone will find something they enjoy here....Read more

Granby, CO

Ski Granby Ranch is the perfect place for families to ski and ride! Located just 80 miles west of Denver and only 20 miles west of Winter Park, Ski Granby Ranch is a family-owned ski resort, perfect for skiers and riders of all ages and abilities. There's no need to hunt for parking, or battle for space to turn on the slopes. Ski Granby Ranch's easy access, wide-open terrain includes beginner, intermediate, and advanced runs, as well as a terrain park with progressive features....Read more

Mt Crested Butte, CO

Inspire Your Passion for Adventure. Crested Butte Mountain Resort has a natural character that is both distinctive and exhilarating for any ability level. From the abundant wide open green and blue groomed trails to more advanced long cruisers and the famous extreme limits of the North Face and Headwall, the mountain has it all. Crested Butte is recognized as the home to some of the countries top extreme and elite winter athletes, names such as Seth Morrison and Wendy Fisher pioneers of big mountain skiing are synonymous with the Butte. On any day you can find yourself skiing runs with a number of skiing legends or new school superstars. It is easy to see why so many young people are attracted to the scene in CB. The mountain has some of the easiest access to what is considered to be the countries best steeps where you can find classic bowl skiing or unexplored lines on every run. Crested Butte has always been know as the perfect mountain to improve your skiing because of the diverse terrain and easy progression from beginner, intermediate and advanced sections of the mountain. This unique character of the mountain combined with uncrowded slopes, fantastic grooming and snow conditions gives one a sense of freedom and confidence....Read more

Glenwood Springs, CO

Surrounded by the White River National Forest near Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Sunlight Mountain Resort encompasses hundreds of acres for downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and show shoeing. With slopes ranging from beginner to expert, three terrain parks, one of Colorado's steepest runs, and 29 kilometers of groomed cross-country trails, Sunlight offers something for everyone at down-to-earth prices. Amenities include a restaurant, lounge, equipment rental, retail shop, education center, children's center, and snowmobile tours. Visit www.sunlightmtn.com for more information. The Pump Haus Terrain Park at Sunlight Mountain Resort features jumps, fun boxes, rainbows, rails, wall-ride and a quarter pipe, all laid out in session-friendly formats. The two jib parks are open to the public and designated beginner, intermediate, and expert to allow skiers and riders to progress to more challenging terrain as their skill levels increase. The Children’s Center, conveniently located at the base area of Sunlight Mountain Resort, offers lessons and childcare for a family-friendly day on the mountain. Professional ski instructors teach group and private lessons for children from two to six years of age, with options that include lift tickets, ski and helmet rental, lunch, and childcare. Experienced caregivers provide day care in a cozy, friendly atmosphere for children ages 18 months to six years. Reservations required. Call 970-945-7491, ext. 248. The Ski School at Sunlight Mountain Resort offers group and private skiing and snowboard lessons daily, performance clinics to improve style and skills, plus an incredible Back Country Experience clinic. Options include half-, full-, and multi-day lessons, with packages that include equipment rental and lift tickets. Sunlight instructors are nationally renowned for their abilities as well as their friendly personalities. Call 970-945-7491. Snowmobile tours at Sunlight Mountain Resort provide riders with stunning views of Mt. Sopris, the West Elk Mountains, and the Flattops as they wind through aspen groves, powder-filled meadows, and evergreen forests. Featuring state-of-the-art snowmobiles with electric hand warmers, independent front suspension, and hydraulic disc braking systems, the guided tours include all gear and basic snowmobile instruction. Reservations are recommended. Call 970-945-7491 or 800-445-7931. Sunlight Ski & Bike Shop in downtown Glenwood Springs, offers full retail, rental and repair services for ski and bike. In the winter, we sell and rent quality alpine, cross country, snowshoe and snowboard equipment from top names like Burton, K2, Salomon, Oakley, Dragon, Look, Lange and many more....Read more

Snowmass Village, CO

Covering 3,332 Acres, Snowmass presents skiers and riders with every type of terrain they could possibly want: steeps, glades, moguls, top-to-bottom groomers, terrain parks and even playful kids’ trails through the trees. As a result, the mountain’s variety and accessibility have made it an easy choice for families and groups. Spend your day connecting one blue cruiser to the next and enjoying the mountain’s daily “noon groom”, or dive into deep powder stashes and glades on the mountain’s upper reaches. Young children love how the Treehouse Kids’ Adventure Center mingles fun lessons outdoors with hands-on play indoors. Meanwhile, Elk Camp comes alive with four lanes of tubing, excellent après ski and dinner options and lots of family fun every Friday at Ullr Nights....Read more

Mesa, CO

Powderhorn is located in Grand Mesa, Colorado and has 4 lifts, 44 trails, and 1600 acres of terrain. Powderhorn is especially known for its long cruiser runs, and its unique location on the edge of the desert. The ski lifts rarely have lines, and as such you will be able to find untracked trails, bumps, and trees. The 30% advanced and expert terrain is located close to the ski resort boundary, along as a couple runs off of Tenderfoot. Two basic terrain parks are on the left side of the mountain at the base of the mountain. The Inn at Wildewood is the only slope-side lodging. All in all, Powderhill is a secluded resort with a large propotion intermediate cruisers and has a relaxed desert atmosphere....Read more