Skiers will love the steeps at Ajax, the family friendly Buttermilk, the massive Snowmass, and the not to be missed Highlands ski resort.
Skiers can spend days at Mount Bachelor and never get bored.
Skiers and boarders can hit Big Sky and Moonlight Basin Resorts, while cross-country skiers will enjoy Lone Mountain Ranch.
Head to Lost Trail Powder Mountain or take a pair of cross country skis and explore Lake Como or Lolo Pass.
Skiing and boarding are enjoyed by all at these mellow local ski hills: Terry Peak and Mystic Miner.
Skiers and boarders can easily access Bridger Bowl, while cross-country skiers will find groomed Nordic trails right in town.
Skiers and snowboarders can take their pick from a variety of ski resorts including Breckenridge, Keystone, A-Basin, and Loveland.
Brian Head Ski Resort offers just over 600 acres of downhill ski runs, just 1.5 hours west of Bryce Canyon National Park.
Local skiers enjoy the slopes at Sleeping Giant, but for a great day of skiing head to Red Lodge Ski Resort.
Skiers can spend days exploring Crested Butte Ski Resort. This mountain offers something for every level skier.
Skiing Colorado's Front Range is a one of a kind experience. Nearby Eldora is perfect for families.
Skiers typically head to the resorts of Utah, California, or Colorado, but there is still a ton of fun to be had at Arizona Snowbowl.
Cross country ski on National Park trails or downhill ski at Whitefish Resort.
Skiers and boarders can enjoy 777 acres of terrain and a 2300 foot vertical drop at Arizona Snowbowl, just north of Flagstaff.
Skiers and boarders will love the steeps of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the endless amounts of powder at Grand Targhee.
Skiing and snowboarding doesn't get much better than at Jackson Hole. Enjoy steep chutes at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort or open powder fields at Grand Targhee.
Skiers and boarders can spend days at Lake Tahoe ski resorts. Every resort is unique, so take some time to explore a few of them.
Skiers will enjoy a wide variety of terrain at Mission Ridge and Steven's Pass and easy access to backcountry skiing as well.
Skiers and boarders can practice their turns at both Mammoth Mountain and June Mountain ski resorts.
Skiers and boarders can easily cruise around Brundage Mountain Ski Resort for a weekend. The terrain is great for beginner and intermediate skiers.
Skiers and boarders should head to the easily accessible Montana Snowbowl. Cross country skiers will find groomed track at the Pattee Canyon Complex.
Skiers usually flock to Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort and enjoy summer skiing at Timberline Ski Resort.
Skiers can ski a different mountain every day while in Park City. Start with the nearby resorts at Park City, Deer Valley, and the Canyons. If you need more variety, head a couple canyons over to Alta and Snowbird.
Skiers and boarders can enjoy snow and desert on the same day. Head north to Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff.
The lack of crowds at Red Lodge Resort will lure in any avid skier or boarder. For early summer skiing, check out Beartooth Pass. Nordic skiers can take their pick from groomed tracks to backcountry winter trails.
Skiers and snowboarders will love the slopes at Eldora, Winter Park, Solvista, and Steamboat Springs.
Skiers and boarders travel from far and wide to land at this well known ski resort. The town is friendly and the terrain is great.
Skiers and boarders can cruise the groomers all day at Sun Valley. Beginners will have a great time a the inexpensive Dollar Mountain.
Skiers and snowboarders will love the variety of terrain, from steep to mellow, at Telluride Mountain Resort.
Skiers and snowboarders love hanging out at the base village of Vail and Beaver Creek after a full day of skiing or in between runs.
While there are no ski resorts in West Yellowstone, skiers and boarders can head to Big Sky, Bozeman, or Grand Targhee. Cross country skiers will find many trails in town and in nearby public land.
Skiers can spend days at Whitefish Resort and never get bored. But other regional ski resorts include Fernie, Castle Mountain, and Blacktail Mountain.
Winter Park Ski Resort has over 3000 acres of skiable terrain, luring in many avid skiers and boarders from Denver and beyond.
Skiers and snowboarders can take their pick when it comes to nearby ski resorts: Jackson Hole, Grand Targhee, Big Sky, Bridger Bowl, and Red Lodge Ski Resort.
Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the slopes at nearby Dodge Ridge and Badger Pass Ski areas.
Skiers will enjoy the local feel at nearby ski resorts at Brian Head at Eagle Point.