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post #31 of 128
ID- Kelly Canyon, Pebble Creek, Pomerelle, Sun Valley, Bogus Basin, Tamarack, Brundage

WY- Targhee, Jackson Hole, Snowking

MT- Lost Trail

WA- Snoqualmie, Alpental

Germany- Garmisch(Zugspitze, Hausberg, etc), Ifen 2000, Grosser Arber, Schwarzwald(near Freiberg), Berchtesgaden

Austria- Kaprun, Stubai, Hintertux, Solden, Obertauern, Flachau, Hoch Joch, St. Anton, Lech, Steinplatte

Switzerland- Zermatt, Davos

Italy- Folgaria

Two European tours in the Army let me see a lot nice ski areas!
post #32 of 128
Vermont
Killington
Mt. Snow

Mass
Bosquet

New Joizy
My back yard

NY
Silvermine (defunct) in Bear Mountain State Park

Connecticut
Powder Ridge

Pennsylvania
Blue Knob

Maryland
Wisp

West Virgina
Snowshoe

North Carolina
Sugar Mountain

Wisconsin
Trollhaugen
Telemark (no longer open for alpine skiing)

Minnesota
Afton Alps
Buck Hill
Como Park in St. Paul (they used to set up a rope tow in the winter)
Pine Bend (defunct; now a superfund site!)
Welch Village
Quadna
Powder Ridge
Lutsen

New Mexico
Cloudcroft (defunct)
Ski Apache
Ski Rio (defunct)
Sandia
Pajarito
Santa Fe
Sipapu
Angel Fire
Taos

Colorado
Telluride
Wolf Creek
Durango (nee Purgatory)
Monarch
Crested Butte
Vail/Beaver Creek
Ajax/Highlands/Snowmass
Loveland
Winter Park
Keystone
Copper
Breck
Steamboat

Utah
Alta
Snowbird
Brighton
Solitude
PCMR
Deer Valley
Snowbasin
Powder Mountain

Wyoming
Jackson Hole

Idaho
Targhee
Sun Valley

Nevada
Elko Snobowl

California
Squaw Valley
Mammoth

Oregon
Willamette Pass
post #33 of 128
Looks like I am a piker compared to most here, but not to bad for a relative newbie!


Colorado:
Breckenridge
Copper Mountain
Keystone

New Mexico:
Santa Fe

Utah:
Solitude
Snowbird
Brighton
Alta
post #34 of 128
Now I know what I forgot. Wyoming!

WY
Jackson Hole
Grand Targhee
post #35 of 128
Well To this point I've only seen a few lists that had any Montana areas on them, no wonder the lift lines are short here. So is my list.

Oregon:
Ski Bowl; Multipor (actually used to be a separate entity); Timberline; Mount Hood Meadows; Mount Bachelor; Willamette Pass

Washington:
White Pass; Mission Ridge

Idaho:
Bogus Basin

Montana:
Montana Snowbowl; Marshall Mountain (bwahahahahahaha!!!)
post #36 of 128
Haven't seen too many from "down-under" yet, so here's my list:

New Zealand
Rainbow
Mt Lyford
Mt Hutt
Porter Heights
Mt Cheeseman
Broken River
Craigieburn
Mt Olympus
Fox Peak
Mt Dobson
Ohau Valley
Treble Cone
Cardrona

Canada
Grouse Mountain
Sunshine
Lake Louise
Whistler
Blackcomb (was a seperate area then!)

France
Chamonix
Les Arc

Switzerland
Wildhaus

USA
None yet!
post #37 of 128
....I feel like a newbie compared to some of the other lists, but here goes:

Arkansas:

DogPatch USA(defunct)

New Mexico:

Ski Apache
Sandia Peak
Ski Santa Fe
Pajarito
Red River
Taos
Sipapu
Angel Fire

Colorado:

Arapahoe Basin
Aspen
Aspen Highlands
Buttermilk
Snowmass
Beaver Creek
Berthoud Pass (defunct)
Breckenridge
Copper Mountain
Durango
Eldora
Hesperus
Howelson
Keystone
Loveland
Monarch
Powderhorn
Ski Cooper
Sol Vista
Steamboat
Sunlight
Vail
Winter Park
Wolf Creek

Utah:

Alta
Brighton
Snowbasin
Snowbird
Deer Valley
PCMR
Canyons

Idaho:

Sun Valley

Wyoming:

Jackson Hole
Snow King
Grand Targhee

Montana:

Big Sky

California:

Northstar
Squaw Valley
Heavenly

Alberta:

Lake Louise
Nakiska
Mount Norquay
Sunshine Village

British Columbia:

Kicking Horse
Panorama



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post #38 of 128
Andorra
GrandValira

Australia
Falls Creek VIC
Mt Buller Vic
Mt Hotham Vic
Mt Selwyn NSW
Perisher Blue NSW
Thredbo NSW

Austria
Kitzbuhel
Lech
St Anton
Zürs

France
Chamonix
Corchevel
Meribel
Motterat
Tignes
Val d'Isère
Val Thorens
Les Arc

Italy
Campatello
Cervinia
Cortina
Val Gardena

New Zealand
Cardrona
Coronet Peak
Mt Cheeseman
Mt Cook (Tasman Glacier day plus heliskiing)
Mt Dobson
Mt Hutt
Ohau (Heliskiing + 2 runs inbound on the T-bar)
Remarkables
Treble Cone

Scotland
Glencoe Ski Centre (well, I was curious!)

Switzerland
Grindelwald
Verbier
Wegen
Zermatt

To add (starting off at Fernie December 27th 2005)
Canada
Blackcomb/Whistler BC
Fernie BC
post #39 of 128
North America, South America, Japan, Europe (Alps and Pyrenees), N.Z., and the Middle East.
post #40 of 128
Europe:
Austria:
Saalbach
Hinterglemm
Leogang
Zell am See
Hintermoos
Hinterthal
Dienten
Muhlbach
Grossarltal
Dorfgastein
Bad Gastein
Bad Hofgastein

France:
Argentiere
Chamonix
Les Houches
Le Tour (could also list this as Switzerland )
Tignes
Val d'Isere

United Kingdom:
Mount Ober (dry)
Hemel Hempstead (dry)
High Wycombe (dry)
Castleford (indoor)
Milton Keynes (indoor)

Switzerland:
Wengen
Grindelwald

North America:
Canada:
Whistler/Blackcomb

United States:
Colorado:
Beaver Creek
Breckenridge
Copper Mountain
Keystone
Vail
Winter Park

Montana:
Big Sky
Moonlight Basin (OK, just a tiny bit of it!)

Utah:
Alta
Brighton
Deer Valley
Park City
Snowbird

Wyoming:
Jackson Hole
post #41 of 128
OOOPs,
Add racing the Mayor of Albany Tom Whalen down the New York State Capital building steps all the way down State Street to Lodge St.
Anybody else remember the "Busch CitySki"? circa 1984-'85
post #42 of 128

no scotland?

fox,

no glencoe, glenshee any other area in Scotland(I think there's 5 or 6?) Not worth the drive ever? Not even in a pinch? Just curious.....I know conditions can be sketchy at best and rock ski's probably the prefrd mode of transport.

Kinda like where I am?
post #43 of 128
Thread Starter 
I love the two entries that listed the ski area with the best food in the nation:
"my backyard"

keep it coming
post #44 of 128
Quote:
Originally Posted by hrstrat57
fox,

no glencoe, glenshee any other area in Scotland(I think there's 5 or 6?) Not worth the drive ever? Not even in a pinch? Just curious.....I know conditions can be sketchy at best and rock ski's probably the prefrd mode of transport.

Kinda like where I am?
Haven't been yet.
It's probably a 10 hour drive from here, and combining the journey time with the cost of gas, I could fly to Europe quicker, and for less money!
post #45 of 128

North America:

This list has taken alot of years skiing and living in different parts of the country:

Maine:
Black Mtn
Big Squaw
Camden Snow Bowl
Mt Abram
Mt Eaton
Saddleback
Sunday River
Sugarloaf
Shawnee Peak
Titcomb
Lost Valley

New Hampshire:
Attitash
Black
Bretton Woods
Cannon
Cranmore
Crotched
Dartmouth Skiway
Gunstock
King Pine
Loon
Sunapee
Tuckerman's
Pat's Peak
Ragged
Tenney
Waterville
Wildcat

Vermont:
Ascutney
Round Top
Bolton
Bromley
Burke
Jay
Killington
Mad River
Magic
Middlebury
Mt Snow
Okemo
Pico
Stowe
Stratton
Sugarbush
Suicide Six
Mt Tom
Vt Academy
Hog Back
Carynthia
Haystack
Glen Ellen
Glebe

New York:
Greek Peak
West
Whiteface
Willard
Hunter
Windham
Cazenovia
Gore
Catamount

Massachusetts:
Berkshire East
Brodie
Jiminy Peak
Bradford
Nashoba
Wachusett

Conneticut:
Mount Southington
Woodbury

Michigan:
Sugarloaf

Colorado:
Arapahoe
Howleson Hill
Aspen Highlands
Ajax
Copper
Vail
Winter Park
Steamboat

Wyoming:
Grand Targhee
Hogadon
Snow King
Jackson Hole

Montana:
Red Lodge
Big Sky
Big Mountain
Beartooth Pass

Idaho:
Bogus Basin
Brundage
Kelly Canyon
Pebble Creek
Schweitzer
Sun Valley
Dollar

Utah:
Alta
Brianhead
Brighton
Canyons
Deer Valley
Park City
Powder Mountain
Snowbasin
Snowbird
Solitude
Sundance
Powder Mtn

Washington:
Mission Ridge
Alpental

Oregon:
Mt Bachelor
Mt Hood Meadows
Multipor (Skibowl)
Palmer Snowfields

California:
Alpine Meadows
Squaw Valley
Kirkwood
Mtn High
June Mtn
Mammoth

Nevada:
Heavenly
Mt Rose

Alaska:
Alyeska
Eaglecrest
Moose
Hilltop
Alpenglow

Canada:
Whistler
Blackcomb
Lake Louise
Fernie
Tremblant
Mt Ste Anne
Mont Orford
Stoneham
post #46 of 128
PENNSYLVANIA
Boyce Park
Hidden Valley
Seven Springs
Laurel Mountain
Denton Hill
Blue Knob
Jack Frost
Elk Mountain
Blue Mountain
Ski Liberty
Whitetail

MARYLAND
Wisp

WEST VIRGINIA
Snowshoe
Timberline

NEW YORK
Holiday Valley
Peak 'n Peak

VERMONT
Mount Snow
Stratton
Magic
Ascutney
Queechee
Killington
Pico
Sugarbush
Stowe
Jay Peak

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Cannon
Loon
Whaleback

COLORADO
A-basin
Keystone
Breckenridge
Copper
Vail
Crested Butte

UTAH
Alta
Snowbird
Solitude
Brighton
Snowbasin

WYOMING
Jackson Hole
Snow King
post #47 of 128
cross-country in the USSR
Austria - Lech
Switzerland - Gstaad
USA - Vail, Steamboat, Breck, Telluride, Crested Butte, Wolf Creek, Winter Park, Vail, Aspen (all 3), Taos, Santa Fe, Sandia Peak, Ruidoso, Squaw, Sugar Bowl, Big Bear, Snowbird, Canaan Valley and a few in PA and NY that I can not remember the names... oops, how could i forget big sky!
post #48 of 128
No where

I haven't learned to ski yet and am just posting here to get the experience before I try
post #49 of 128
nh:attitash,brettonwoods,cannon,cranmore,gunstock, loon,mt. sunapee,pats peak, ragged, temple, tenney, waterville valley,and wildcat
vt:burke,killington,jay peak,sugarbush, and stowe
ma:nashoba valley and wachusett
me:sundayriver
ut: alta and snowbird
post #50 of 128
haven't been out of ne....
here's what I can remember from 40+ yrs

RI-
Pinetop
Ski valley
Yawgoo Valley

Mass-
Klein Innsbrook
Mt Tom
Nashoba
Blue Hills
Jiminy Peak
Berkshire East
Wachusett

NH-
Tenney
Ragged
King Ridge
King Pine
Loon
Waterville
Cannon
Whaleback
Sunapee
Attitash
Wildcat
Cranmore
Bretton Woods
Black
Gunstock
Tuckermans

ME
Sunday River
Shawnee Peak
Sugarloaf
Saddleback

VT
Mt Snow
Hogback
Haystack
Okemo
Killington
Pico
Sugarbush
Magic
Bromley
Ascutney
Stowe
Stratton

Que
Tremblant

NY
Whiteface

only missed a few....some I regret and hope to rectify
Smuggs, Burke, Jay Peak, MRG and Balsams(the dream christmas)

some day? I'll get to the rockies.....doesn't appear to be soon tho...

Smileys....= last year....mostly family stuff with quite a few solo Friday am's at wa wa....it's all good
post #51 of 128
Based on these lists I wonder if anyone has the time to figure out which resort is the fav among Bears.

Maine:
The Loaf
Someday Bigger
Lost Valley
Shawnee Pk

South Dakota:
Terry Peak

Vermont:
Stratton
Maple Valley
Haystack
Freak Peak(on NELSAP list as Windham Ski Tow)
Okemo
Magic
Jay
MRG
The Bush
Stowe
Burke
Pico
Killington

New Hampshire:
Cannon
Mitterstill

New York;
Iceface
Gore
North Creek Ski Bowl
West Mt
Hickory Hill
Tupper Lake

Wyoming:
Jackson Hole
The Ghee
Snow King
Snowy Range
White Pine
Meadowlark

Utah:
Alta
Snowbird

Colorado:
Hidden Valley
Eldora
Monarch Pass
Vail
Aspen(Ajax,Snowmass)
Steamboat
post #52 of 128
Yep I am gonna be lazy

I ski the USA mostly Sierra's
I have skied in: Chile, France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy.
I have thousands of memories, from all!! I will make new ones this winter.
post #53 of 128
OK, I'm bored.

California:
Alpine Meadows
Heavenly
Kirkwood

Colorado:
Breck
Keystone
Vail

Connecticut-
Powder Ridge (LOL)

Massachusetts:
Jiminy Peak

Montana-
Big Sky
Bridger Bowl
Discovery
Moonlight
Red Lodge

New Jersey:
Holiday Valley (?) (Worst ever)
Mountain Creek

New York:
Belleayre
Gore
Greek Peak
Hunter
West Mountain
Whiteface
Windham

Nevada:
Mt. Rose

Pennsylvania:
Blue Mt.
Camelback
Jack Frost

Utah:
Alta
Brighton
Canyons
Deer Valley
PCMR
PowMow
Snowbasin
Snowbird
Solitude

Vermont:
Bromley
Haystack
Killington
Mt. Snow
Okemo
Stowe

Wyoming:
JHMR
Targhee

Canada:
Le Massif
Mont. St. Anne
Stoneham
Sun Peaks

Europe:
Flims-Laax

Chile:
Portillo

It's been a fun 7 seasons!
post #54 of 128

I'll Play Too

New York
Gore
West
Willard
Whiteface
Hunter
Big Tupper
Maple Ski Ridge
Titus
Mt. Pisgah
Windham
Holiday Valley
Greek Peak
Royal Mt.
Hickory

Vermont
Stowe
Sugarbush
Mad River Glen
Jay
Okemo
Killington
Mt. Snow
Pico
Haystack
Bromley
Stratton

New Hampshire
Cannon
Attitash
Tuckerman Ravine

Maine
Sugarloaf
Sunday River

Mass
Jiminy Peak
Brodie
Wachusset

Colorado
Vail

Utah
PCMR
Deer Valley
Canyons
Snowbird
Alta

Oregon
Timberline

BC
Fernie
Whistler/Blackcomb

New Zealand
Cardrona
Remarkables
post #55 of 128
USA:

Colorado
A-Basin
Breckenridge
Copper
Keystone
Loveland
Vail

Maine
Sugarloaf
Sunday River

Massachusetts
Blue Hills (big 500 ft vert but $4 after-school lift tickets back in my school daze)
Bosquet
Mt. Tom (defunct, see NELSAP)

Montana
Big Mountain

New Hampshire
Attitash
Black Mountain
Bretton Woods
Mt. Sunapee
Tyrol (defunct, see NELSAP)

New York
Greek Peak
Hunter

Utah
Alta
Brighton
Deer Valley
Snowbird

Vermont
Killington
Okemo
Pico
Mt. Snow
Stowe


Canada:

Quebec
Tremblant

BC
Whistler/Blackcomb
Fernie

Alberta
Sunshine Village
Lake Louise

Europe:

Italy
Bormio

Upcoming:
Switzerland - the upcoming aforementioned trip LM thinks she's figured out...
post #56 of 128
Idaho
Sun Valley

Montana
Big Sky
Moonlight Basin

Utah
Deer Valley

Washington
Crystal
Baker
Alpental
Summit West
Mission Ridge
Stevens Pass

Wyoming
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Grand Targhee
Meadowlark (now known as Big Horn Resort)
Antelope Butte
post #57 of 128
Wisconsin:
Neighbor's yard
Glenway Golf Course
Old YMCA hill
Blackhawk Ski Club
Skyline
Devil's Head
Cascade Mountain
Wintergreen
Whitecap
Rib Mountain
Sunburst
Ausblick Ski Club
Wilmot
Tyrol Basin
Alpine Valley
Mount LaCrosse
Mount Telemark

Upper Michigan:
Indianhead
Powderhorn
Cliff's Ridge now Marquette Mountain
Mount Ripley
Mount Bohemia
Blackjack
Ski Brule
Pine Mountain
Norway Mountain

Lower Michigan:
Boyne
Boyne Highlands
Sugarloaf

Illinois:
Chesnut

Iowa:
Sundown

Minnesota:
Buck Hill
Afton Alps
Welch Village
Spirit Mountain
Lutsen

Colorado:
Winter Park
Steamboat
Howelson
Aspen Ajax
Aspen Highlands
Snowmass
Breckenridge
Vail
Beaver Creek
Copper Mountain
Arapahoe
Keystone

Montana:
Red Lodge
Beartooth Pass

Wyoming:
Jackson Hole
Grand Targhee

Utah:
Alta
Park City

California:
Squaw Valley
Northstar
Kirkwood

New Mexico:
Taos

Oregon:
Timberline (Palmer)
Zig Zag Glacier
Mount Hood Meadows
Mount Bachelor
Mount Ashland

Washington:
Crystal Mountain

Canada:
Blackcomb
Lake Louise

Switzerland:
Graechen (English spelling)
Zermatt

Italy:
Monte Bondoni

Gnarlito
My son used to teach at Cloudcroft while he was an art prof at New Mexico State. The mountain manager was Tom Dorgan, a guy from Wisconsin who used to manage Cascade Mountain.
post #58 of 128
USA
WA:
Alpental (and all other Snoqualmie Pass areas)
Stevens Pass
White Pass
Crystal Mt
Mission Ridge
Mt. Baker
Chinook Pass (early season hiking)
Mt Rainier (late season hiking)
OR:
Timberline
Mt. Hood Meadows
Mt. Bachelor
ID
Brundage

Canada
BC:
Whistler/Blackcomb
Grouse Mountain
Apex Alpine
Alberta:
Nakiska
Sunshine Village

Australia
NSW:
Pershier Blue
VIC:
Mt. Hotham
Falls Creek

New Zealand
Mt Ruapehu

Planning to add (in early December, 2005) snow permitting
Jackson Hole & Grand Targhee, WY
Montana Snowbowl, MT... looking for suggestions for other small MT ski areas that might have good snow cover in early December as well.
post #59 of 128
Quote:
Originally Posted by bklyntrayc
I love the two entries that listed the ski area with the best food in the nation:
"my backyard"

keep it coming
I've been thinking about skiing the hill behind my apartment building IF we ever get snow........... but then again, the dry grass might work nicely. Maybe I should strap on my Salomons.
post #60 of 128
Quote:
Originally Posted by SLATZ
Gnarlito
My son used to teach at Cloudcroft while he was an art prof at New Mexico State. The mountain manager was Tom Dorgan, a guy from Wisconsin who used to manage Cascade Mountain.
Nice place to teach! Cloudcroft is a real oasis, especially when you're coming from the south or the east. I saw a good number of Mexican nationals skiing there and also at Ski Apache. They would drive up from places like Durango and Monterrey. It was the closest drive-to skiing for a lot of Mexico.
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