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AMONG UTAH'S BEST SKIING WITH AMPLE CHAMPAGNE POWDER AT A TRULY GREAT PRICE!
AMONG UTAH'S BEST SKIING WITH AMPLE CHAMPAGNE POWDER AT A TRULY GREAT PRICE!

Solitude Mountain Resort

Pros: Powder. Powder. Powder. Solitude receives Utah's light, dry, fluffy, powder in the range of both Alta and Snowbird. Inexpensive. Uncrowded.

Cons: It's finest terrain lies in an adjacent canyon called Honeycomb. Most of the EPIC terrain, however, is really hard to access without lots of hiking.

Silver wins the bronze
Silver wins the bronze
Lookout Pass is a powder magnet!
Lookout Pass is a powder magnet!
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Alta

Alta

“ My husband and I were intermediate Eastern skiers when we first visited Alta.  Not surprisingly, we never went back.  To ski in the East, that is.    Alta is not for everybody.  It's not a name-dropper resort like Aspen or Vail.  It does not have a big resort feel, nor the nightlife some would like after a couple of hours ripping the cruisers.  In fact,...” --Altanaut

100% Positive Reviews
Squaw Valley USA

Squaw Valley USA

“ Squaw is the Monster of Tahoe. The resort is 6 different mountains, all with many, many distinct above treeline bowls. Although the resort is a big pricey, it makes up in it's world-class terrain. Take the tram up to High Camp for a variety beginner runs with great views and good snow due to the high altitude. Even though the runs are a little short and somewhat flat, it is still a great...” --skiking4

96% Positive Reviews
Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Blackcomb

“ Whistler Blackcomb has enough terrain to make it suitable for a one week or even two week vacation without getting bored by repeating the same runs continually. The village also has enough nightlife and eating establishments to also avoid the same. And all this is without further need of a vehicle once you arrive. There is a reason why it is rated number one in North America.   ...” --noncrazycanuck

92% Positive Reviews
Arapahoe Basin

Arapahoe Basin

“ We skied May 30 until June 4th, it was amazing, there is still a ton of snow up at elevation.  This is a great place to meet extremely nice people, ski great terrain, the mountain food is excellent and very reasonable. A-Basin is not a glitzy, high fashion resort, but a relaxed ski area for everyone. I wish we were able to ski more of the place, but some lifts were closed, I don't...” --binobear

100% Positive Reviews
Whiteface/Lake Placid

Whiteface/Lake Placid

“True Adirondack skiing with Olympic tradition. The greatest vertical in East Coast. What else could I say? if you live in East coast you have to come to whiteface once in your life. First of all, it has the highest vertical in east and due to the average grade, the mountain looks huge when you enter the resort. The gondala is convenient but only takes you to the summit of little whiteface, from...” --Partizan Turks

100% Positive Reviews
Mammoth

Mammoth

“ Mammoth has been my home mountain, since I came back to skiing about 10 seasons ago.  If you are a serious Southern California skier or snow boarder, Mammoth is the mountain you aspire to come to.  Sure the drive from San Diego can take 6-7 hours and most of LA is about 5-6 hours, but where else are you going to find a mountain that has 3,500+ acres of skiable terrain, typically...” --liv2 ski

100% Positive Reviews
Taos Ski Valley

Taos Ski Valley

“I was on a ski trip in Southern Colorado over my Spring Break, making the rounds at Crested Butte, Wolf Creek, Silverton, Telluride, etc. At the advice of one of my friends who works as an instructor at Breckenridge, I used the extra day in my trip to go down to Taos. Prior to that, I didn't know much about it other than a preconceived notion that it wouldn't be great because it wasn't in...” --jswim123

100% Positive Reviews
Sugarbush

Sugarbush

“       Sugarbush has been my home mountain for five years. The terrain has so much variety. Depending on who you are you have many different options. You can learn to ski, or if your a thrill seeker you can ski some of New England's trickiest back country lines. The "Church" and all the BC lines in Slide Brook are just some examples. But if your not into that kind of skiing...” --gregory99mar

100% Positive Reviews
Snowbasin

Snowbasin

“ The prices went up on the food from when I was last there two years ago.   But two years ago I couldn't appreciate the challenge that Snowbasin brings.   I agree with almost everything said above, this place is awesome.    If you are looking for a destination to ski... go to the Park City area.  If you have a car and are willing to drive to a destination...” --HolaSnow

94% Positive Reviews
Snowbird

Snowbird

“ SNOWBIRD: NOT FOR BEGINNERS, ADVANCING BEGINNERS OR LOW INTERMEDIATES!!!!!! Disclaimer: I do not dispute that Snowbird is one of the best resorts for advancing intermediates to experts.  I believe the better skier you are the more you would probably get from this beautiful beast of a mountain.  This review is targeted directly toward beginners to low intermediate skiers or those thinking...” --esumsea

91% Positive Reviews
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