Explore the majestic scenery of the American West.
Discover the unique ambience of the big ski resorts in the Western United States. When it comes to convenience, these modern ski destinations spare no expense and offer ample opportunities for après-ski partying, shopping, dining, and other off-piste activities.
Another major draw for American resorts is their size. While Whistler Blackcomb may still claim the crown of ‘biggest resort in North America’, its main competitors are all south of the border. From Park City in Utah to Big Sky in Montana, to the four resorts of Aspen Snowmass in Colorado, there is no doubt that these resorts offer plenty of skiable terrain.
If you are looking for a change of pace for your next trip, then a ski vacation to the American Rockies can be a great way to shake things up. Experience the distinct atmosphere of ski resorts in Colorado, Utah, Montana, and more. Carve through beautiful back bowls at Vail and Aspen or end your day with a view over the waters of Lake Tahoe.
With non-stop flights from Toronto to Denver and single connections to other regional airports, these ski destinations are only a short trip away. Learn more about a ski vacation to the Western United States today. Get your free quote to start planning now.
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Choose from a variety of options to customize your ski package, including extended stay options for extra sightseeing. From airfare and equipment rentals to off-slope activities like snowshoeing, dog sledding, and more, we can help you build the ski trip of a lifetime.
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Ski Resorts in the Western United States
Aspen Snowmass Mountain Resort | Colorado
Four Mountains. Two Incredible Towns.
Aspen Snowmass is a place where people of all nations, ages, and abilities come to revel in an attitude that is the perfect marriage of laid-back luxurious, of athletic and indulgent. Four ski mountains...
Big Sky Ski Resort | Montana
The Biggest Skiing in America.
Renowned for its expansive skiing, Big Sky offers the third biggest ski area in North America with over 5,850 acres of skiable terrain and 4,350 feet of vertical drop. Located in backcountry Montana, near...
The Experience Of A Lifetime
Not only does Breck have four huge peaks and over 2350 acres of skiing/riding, but it also features five terrain parks, four half pipes, two six-passenger SuperChairs, unparalleled grooming, and a state-of-the-art...
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort | Wyoming
Steep and Deep Big Mountain Skiing
Nicknamed the ‘Big One’ for its big vertical and big terrain with a consistent fall line, Jackson Hole Resort is not to be missed. Located in the shadow of the Grand Teton Mountains, you’ll be awed by...
Park City, Utah
Three Mountains, Endless Fun
In the heart of the American Rockies you’ll find Park City, Utah, an authentic western town that specializes in world-class culture, restaurants, shopping, and accommodation. Not to mention, Park City...
Squaw Valley Ski Resort
Lake Tahoe’s Best Ski Resort
Squaw Valley-Alpine Meadows offers skiers the opportunity to explore an unlimited playground with deep snow and over 300 days of sunny California skies each year. Located where the turquoise waters of...
Genuine Western Hospitality
With six peaks and nearly 3,000 acres of skiable terrain, Steamboat is one of North America’s largest ski mountains. As the Home of Champagne Powder, Steamboat boasts an average 8.5m of dry powder each...
Telluride Ski Resort
The Coolest Ski Town in America
Telluride is well-known as one of the coolest ski destinations in the United States. Located in the southern San Juan Mountains of Colorado, the slopes at Telluride boast some of the steepest terrain in...
Vail / Beaver Creek, CO
Like Nothing On Earth
The legend of Vail begins with its world-famous back bowls: six miles of wide-open slopes, buried under 30 feet of dry Colorado powder. With 5,000 acres of skiable terrain, there's enough to satisfy every...