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Alta is one of the oldest resorts in the US and is one of the few ski only resorts. It is well known for its light powdery snow. The resort also inter-connects with Snowbird, making it one of the largest ski areas.
Aspen Snowmass is a place where locals and visitors alike come together to enjoy the outdoors, culture, adventure and glamour. Four ski mountains on one lift ticket offer thrills when you need a rush and scenic groomers when you need to unwind.
Beaver Creek, Colorado
Beaver Creek Ski Resort is one of the world's most up market ski holiday experiences and Colorado's most intimate resort with a wonderful European-style charm in a secluded setting.
Breckenridge is a blend of historic mining town and a modern ski resort. Breckenridge Ski Resort offers exhilarating skiing on 954 hectares, across 4 interconnecting mountains for exceptional terrain and legendary off-piste skiing.
Brighton was the first Utah ski resort and is one of the oldest in America. It was also the first resort in Utah to allow snowboarders.
Copper Mountain - is the perfect vacation destination for Colorado skiing and snowboarding. Copper is easily accessible - located just 75 miles west of Denver in the heart of Summit County, Colorado.
Deer Valley, Utah
Exclusive full service ski area located just outside of Park City, Utah. Home to spectacular skiing Deer Valley Resort offers over 800 hectares of skiable terrain and was the the venue for the 2002 Winter Olympic moguls, aerials and slalom events.
The perfect blend between night and day. Situated overlooking the majestic sapphire blue waters of Lake Tahoe, Heavenly is one of the most unique ski resorts on the planet. A winter holiday at Heavenly is all about choices. With more recreation and entertainment options than any other ski resort.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a long time favourite to both skiers and riders from all over the world. Jackson Hole has preserved the real Old West character of the Cowboy State of Wyoming. The town is both rustic and refined and the view of the majestic mountain ranges is spectacular.
At Keystone, the art of being actively together comes easy. With one of Colorados's longest ski days you can make the most of your day with family and friends on the mountain with over 3,000 acres of groomes glades and bowls spanning 3 mountains.
With its unique location atop the Sierra Crest combined with elevations ranging from 7,800 to 9,800 feet Kirkwood Ski Resort provides skiers and boarders with 2000 feet of vertical drop, and over 2300 acres of terrain from calm groomed beginner runs to hair raising cornices, cliffs and the most high angle grooming around, there’s something for everyone at the 'Wood.
Sitting atop the East Sierras at 3,369 meters, Mammoth Mountain is the highest skiable terrain in California. This massive 3,500 acre mountain is known for its wide open bowls, steep chutes, perfectly groomed runs, and is the home of the terrain park.
A winter sport enthusiast's paradise, Northstar Resort offers 93 ski trails spread across 3,000 acres, award-winning terrain parks and snow sports including alpine and Telemark skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and tubing.
Park City, Utah
With 300+ trails and 38 lifts, 7 terrain parks, 6 half pipes plus the many diverse ski-in/ski-out and village adjacent lodging properties, Park City is an easily accessible, world-class mountain destination located in an authentic and historic western town.
Snowbird is home to rugged beauty, spectacular scenery and over 5,000 acres legendary downhill terrain
Snowmass is just 14kms from downtown Aspen, Snowmass has 1360ha of terrain which makes it one of the largest ski areas in Colorado. Snowmass also has the longest lift serviced vertical rise in the U.S.
Solitude is unknown to the international market, it is relatively undiscovered compared to neighbouring resorts. In recent years, the resort has done a lot of development to turn it into a destination resort, with a pedestrian-only European style village.
Steamboat, known simply as Ski Town, U.S.A. With 165 trails, 3,668 vertical feet, and nearly 3,000 skiable acres, Steamboat's 6 peaks are filled with world-class groomed cruisers, bumps, steeps, open meadows, legendary trees and Mavericks – North America's longest superpipe.
Telluride is an old Victorian mining town set in a spectacular box canyon walled by 4000m plus peaks gives Telluride a spectacular location. Telluride Ski Resort offers an unmatched mountain experience for all levels of skiers and snowboarders thanks to some of the most spectacular terrain and scenery in North America.
Home to the 2015 Alpine World Championships, and held universally as North America's top ski resort, Vail is an extraordinary winter holiday destination. Spanning a whopping 7 miles (11km) are the seven legendary Back Bowls of Vail; blanketed year after year with over 7 metres of snow.
Winter Park, Colorado
With over 367" of snow annually, Winter Park receives the most snow of any Colorado resort and boasts over 100 days of sunshine each ski season.
Big White, British Columbia
Big White has the largest ski-in/ski out resort village in Canada, with a complete range from budget to new luxury category accommodation.
Canadian Mountain Holidays - CMH is the world's leading heli-skiing operator offering their clients some of the best skiing and boarding in the world for over 40 years. CMH was founded in 1965 by the late Hans Gmoser, who at the time had no idea his concept would grow to be what it is today. All CMH ski areas are huge, the mountain ranges are pristine and breathtaking. The helicopters are rigorously maintained - each lodge has its own engineer - and the pilots are highly experienced. All CMH guides are fully-certified professionals, dedicated to safety, comradeship, and the exhilaration of what is hands-down the world's best skiing.
Panorama, British Columbia
Panorama's Mountain Resort offers over 4,000 vertical feet of exciting skiing right to your door, as well as an intimate mountain village, breathtaking scenery and hot pools that will make you feel so relaxed - you'll think your a local.
Revelstoke Mountain Resort - Unveiled in December 2007 Revelstoke Mountain Resort, once an exclusive haven for cat-skiers now features 1,227 hectares of lift accessed terrain with a decent of 1,713 vertical meters - the longest in North America.
Silver Star, British Columbia
Silver Star has a colourful gaslight era village square whose quaintness belies the variety of terrain for all evels. It is very popular with families.
Sun Peaks, British Columbia
Sun Peaks is a charming, family friendly ski in ski out village with three mountain peaks featuring award winning trail design and Canada's best ski-in/ski-out village - awarded by Ski Canada Magazine.
Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia
Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort has been voted No. 1 Ski Resort in North America time after time, and it is easy to see why. Whistler Blackcomb boasts 2 mile high ski mountains, over 200 marked runs and 12 alpine bowls. While Whistler's village boasts fantastic dining, shopping and apres activities.
Niseko is on the Northern most Japanese island of Hokkaido, with spectacular scenery, annual snowfall of 12-16 metres and large range of accommodation from traditional pensions to luxury apartments.
The Hakuba Valley is a huge expanse of resorts offering an incredible variety of terrain for skiers and snowboarders alike, with 10 resorts accessing over 200 runs.
Kamui Ski Links, Hokkaido
Kamui Ski Links, is famous for having Japan's driest and lightest powder, with powder so light and dry, you will feel as though you have improved as a skier or snowboarder as the snow is so easy and light to ride through.
Myoko Kogen, Honshu
Myoko Kogen Ski Resort - Known for its endless snow, Myoko is one of the oldest established ski areas in the world with snow walls some times building up to more than 3 metres high.
Nozawa Onsen, Honshu
Nozawa Onsen ranks amongst the best ski resorts with a great selection of runs for beginners to advanced. The village has a great sense of tradition and Japanese spirit with beautiful old streets and a bustling village full of history, culture and festivals.
Rusutsu is a modern day skiers mecca, an upmarket resort on the Powder Paradise island of Hokkaido. Located just 79km west of Sapporo close to Niseko and the extinct volcano Mt Yotei, The resort itself is a modern day mecca consisting of every possible facility.
Shiga Kogen is located in the Johshinetsu National Park and is by far the largest ski resort in Japan with a massive 21 resorts all covered by the one lift pass. Easily accessed from Nagano, Shiga Kogen is one of Japan's premier ski resorts, offering skiers and boarders of all abilities
Tomamu Ski Resort lies near Sahoro and is situated 150km east of Sapporo close to the Hidaka National Park. Tomamu is the most lavish of the Hokkaido resorts and is marketed towards the affluent skier.
Val d`Isere is a lively and welcoming winter sports playground surrounded by the natural beauty of glorious mountain peaks.
South American Resorts:
A high altitude resort with plenty of wide open cruising plus challenging terrain off the piste, Portillo offers first class service with a maximum of just 450 guests so its never crowded.
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Photos / Revelstoke Mountain Resort (Top), CMH Heli-Skiing (Middle), Whistler Blackcomb (Bottom)