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Vail Mountain

Vail, Colorado
Vail -- Consistently ranked as one of North America’s top ski resorts. And it’s no wonder…

Vail is the largest ski resort in North America with 5,289 skiable acres, seven natural bowls, three terrain parks, and the most groomed slopes one can find throughout its 193 ski runs.  With an average snowfall of 350 inches annually and 300 blue-sky days a year, Vail consistently beckons and “wows” ski enthusiasts from around the world.
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Winter Park

Winter Park, Colorado
Winter Park is just an hour-and-a-half West of Denver in the Rocky Mountains, and has been a popular destination for skiers since the lifts first opened in 1939. Winter Park, Mary Jane and Vasquez Ridge are the resort’s three interconnected peaks, which use the same lift ticket. Many trails have moguls and thus the resort as a whole is more popular among skiers than snowboarders. The resort is home to one of the world’s largest skiing programs for the disabled. Winter Park’s event calendar is full year-round—after ski season comes to a close, the community is a mecca for mountain bikers, golfers and families.
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