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Aspen Highlands

Aspen, Colorado
With breathtaking 360-degree views of the Maroon Bells and an abundance of expert terrain as well as groomed cruisers, it’s no wonder Aspen Highlands has been the locals’ favorite for over 50 years. Hike the 12,392 feet to the summit of Highland Bowl for the ultimate inbounds backcountry rush. Or take the Deep Temerity lift to access the recently-added 237 skiable acres. It all adds up to some of the most challenging big-mountain terrain in North America.
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Beaver Creek Resort

Beaver Creek, Colorado
Whether you are keeping warm during winter or are enjoying a glass of cold lemonade after a summer hike, nothing refreshes your being like gazing at the spectacular views that surround you in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Known as a mecca for sports enthusiasts, the Vail Valley and its elegant towns and villages have been captivating people for decades. Located in Eagle County, Colorado, of the Centennial State, Beaver Creek is strategically located mid-valley, providing easy access to many ski resorts, golf clubs, rivers and mountain trails. Beaver Creek is a unique mountain resort full of excitement and luxury influenced by the renowned resorts of Switzerland’s St. Mortiz, Italy’s Cortina and Spain’s Val d’ Aran, combining western hospitality and European charm.
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Breckenridge Ski Resort

Breckenridge, Colorado
With five huge peaks spanning 2,908 acres, Breckenridge skiing has something for all abilities and interests.
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Buttermilk Resort

Aspen, Colorado
Buttermilk built its 50-year legacy on wide-open and gently rolling trails that cater to beginners and families. Today it’s famous for hosting the ESPN Winter X Games through 2012 and being voted #1 by Transworld Snowboarding Magazine Reader’s Poll for best park. The 22-foot superpipe in the legendary terrain park does not disappoint, as many X Games winners, Olympians and up-and-comers can attest.
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Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Crested Butte, Colorado
About Crested Butte
Colorado's True Colors

There are few places remaining that can be called a true Colorado ski town.   Crested Butte is considered a holdout, retaining its small town charm and the

adventurous soul that it has always had.  Whether you are visiting for the first time or returning, you immediately feel a difference that sets Crested Butte

apart from other mountain locations. With no traffic lights or chain stores and people who openly celebrate life every day, the genuine nature of the

community and the pristine surroundings immediately capture you
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Durango Mountain Resort

Durango, Colorado
Website: http://www.durangomountainresort.com/
Phone Number: 1.800.982.6103 or 970.247.9000
Address: 1 Skier Pl, Durango, CO 81301
Dates of Season: 11/28/14 - 3/30/15*weather dependent
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Keystone Resort

Keystone, Colorado, USA
Located at the base of Loveland Pass, just a few miles off Interstate I-70, Keystone is positioned as one of the most convenient mountain resort communities to travel to from Denver.
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Snowmass Village Ski Resort

Snowmass Village, Colorado

nowmass sports 4,406 vertical feet, with 3,132 acres of terrain, 91 trails, 21 chairlifts and access to your choice of cruisers, glades, steeps, terrain parks and halfpipes, you’ll have to come back for more. Grab seconds at our restaurants too; on-mountain at Sam’s Smokehouse at the top of the Village Express chair, or in the base village at Sneaky’s Tavern adjacent to The Treehouse Kids’ Adventure Center.

Winter Season dates: November 22, 2012 - April 14, 2013

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Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs, Colorado
A community steeped in true western tradition, Steamboat Springs is nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Northwest Colorado.  Steamboat is best known for its authentic western charm and world class ski resort on Mt. Werner.
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Telluride/ Mountain Village Resort

Telluride, Colorado
The Telluride ski experience offers a genuine mountain experience for all levels of skiers thanks to a mix of quality terrain at all points on the mountain.  From refined groomed runs to challenging moguls, there truly is something for everyone.  Even beginners and intermediate skiers can ride the highest peaks and enjoy terrain and views typically reserved for the experts.  Find ot why Telluride has been called, “The most beautiful place you’ll ever ski.”
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