So I was wondering what you guys thought the best Tree Skiing in N.America is???
Steamboat and Jay are def 2 of my fav's along with Sugarbush and MRG. I also had a great time skiing Montezuma at A-Basin last year
Ive never been to Stowe, its quite expensive.
I just realized I forgot a few like Smuggs, Bretton Woods, Saddleback, and Sugarloaf (for us east coasters)
If we are talking about skiing the trees and not about the spaces in between the trees then I would vote for Taos.
The trees are pretty good and big there. The spaces in between - not so much.
IDK, but I think he's back. Found this on another thread Post #23.
I agree regarding Brighton and Solitude. BCC has my favorite tree skiing in Utah.
I think Fernie is a better overall resort than Revelstoke, but IMO Revelstoke in a good day is second to none regarding tree skiing. Very long runs with very deep snow.
Maybe Red gets less snow than other places in BC, but it still gets quite a lot of snow, and usually there is not a lot of people skiing it.
Nope. In fact, I had to google to figure out where it is. So basically Longhorn is the runout for R&R. That is serious.
This thread needs some pictures. Here's the entrance and near the exit of North American.
Pictures? How about video! (further homage to the one who's name we cannot cite. )
If you like steep with your trees, it's hard to beat Aspen Highlands:
Those trees even have their own Wikipedia page!