Snow Skiing Resorts in the United States of America

web snowskiing.com

Subscribe to Snow Skiing Channel: Ski, Snow, Resorts Guide, Area Guides, Weather Reports, Photos, Blogs, Reviews, and VideosNews FeedSubscribe to Snow Skiing Channel: Ski, Snow, Resorts Guide, Area Guides, Weather Reports, Photos, Blogs, Reviews, and VideosComments

USA

June 15, 2009 by  
Filed under

Snow sports, such as snowboarding and snow skiing, has a huge following in the United States of America, with many enthusiasts greeting each new winter season with eager anticipation. There are numerous snow sport destinations to choose from throughout the United States, and into neighboring Canada, with something to suit everyone regardless of experience levels […]

White Pine

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

White Pine Ski Area is located in the lovely Bridger-Teton National Forest of Wyoming, near the town of Pinedale. This fantastic ski area is a popular resort amongst those wanting to escape the bustle of life and get in touch with nature. With uncrowded snowy slopes and short lift queues, skiers and snowboarders alike will […]

Aspen Highlands

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

Aspen Highlands, part of the Aspen Snowmass in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, is considered one the the United States’ most challenging ski areas and is very popular amongst locals and travelers alike. The mountain is an adventure from beginning to end, a maze of exciting ski trails covering the diverse snowy landscape. Aspen Highlands is […]

Pomerelle

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

Situated amidst the scenic Sawtooth National Forest, Pomerelle Ski Area enjoys an elevation of 8000 ft; just 1000 ft below the mountain’s summit. It sees 500 inches of annual snowfall and it’s 24 trails stretch out over 500 acres of well-organized and utilized land. Pomerelle offers something for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers, but it […]

Red Lodge

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

Red Lodge Mountain is a great place for family and friends to get together and enjoy the beauty of the mountain combined with the friendliness of the locals. Named for the colorful tepees that once dotted the area, Red Lodge Mountain has a strong historical feel which pervades both the lodge and the town. It’s […]

Burke Mountain

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

Just a two-hour drive from Montreal you’ll find the legendary skiing resort known as Burke Mountain. A great resort that offers both meandering forest trails and steep white glades, Burke Mountain has a family-friendly atmosphere and an unpretentious style. With a summit elevation of 3267 ft and a vertical drop of 2000 ft, Burke Mountain […]

Snowy Range

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

Snowy Range is wonderfully situated in Wyoming’s Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, near the town of Laramie. Set in these amazingly beautiful surroundings, Snowy Range is ideal for your winter vacation. Offering a great family ski experience, Wyoming’s Snowy Range has spectacular ski conditions and a warm, friendly ambiance. For an unforgettable snow sport vacation, visit […]

California

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

When most people think about California, they think of warm weather, sunshine and long stretches of sandy beachfront. Being a coastal state, it’s quite understandable that snow may be the last thing you think of. But while California may have some of the most stunning beaches in the country, it also has some amazing snow-covered […]

Loveland

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

Loveland Ski Area in Arapahoe National Forest, Colorado, is amongst the highest ski areas of the state. Straddling the Continental Divide, Loveland was established in 1937. As it is not a resort-style ski zone, snow sport enthusiasts will find it less expensive with shorter queues. Stretching across 1 365 acres and taking in the two […]

Jiminy Peak

February 9, 2009 by  
Filed under

If you are looking for a great resort in western Massachusetts, look no further than Jiminy Peak Resort. This mid-sized resort has great terrain, a 1150 ft vertical drop and a summit elevation of 2380 ft. It receives 100 inches of snow and has a 93% snow-making capacity to ensure that virtually every slope is […]

Next Page »