The USA is a wonderfully diverse country offering a spectacular array of worldclass ski destinations from coast to coast!

The wild frontier of American skiing opened up over 30 years ago to British skiers and boarders, when an adventurous bunch headed west, lured by the promise of abundant powder snow and exceptional ski terrain. The trail-blazing efforts were well rewarded, and the USA is now firmly established as one of the world’s premier ski destinations. Expect uncrowded slopes, first class lodging and unparalleled customer service, wherever you ski.

LIGHT, DRY POWDER

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USA Ski Resorts

California

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

The highest concentration of ski resorts in North America: over 17,500 acres of terrain, breathtaking scenery, huge snowfall, and over 300 annual days of sunshine.

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Mammoth

Mammoth

Just south of Yosemite National Park is Mammoth Mountain, which enjoys one of the most consistent snowfalls of any North American resort - an average of 33 feet!

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Colorado

Aspen Snowmass

Aspen Snowmass

Perhaps the world’s most prestigious ski resort, Aspen Snowmass combines four incredibly varied mountains, a charming town and internationally renowned après-ski.

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Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek is luxury at its best: amazing skiing, an exclusive mountain resort, top quality accommodation and world-class levels of service.

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Breckenridge

Breckenridge

Breckenridge is the peak of perfection. If you are looking for a taste of the North American ski adventure, it is the very essence of skiing the American way.

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Steamboat

Steamboat

Champagne Powder’ was coined to describe the amazing snow quality here, and with an average 30 feet per year, it has an awesome snow record and superb ski terrain.

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Vail

Vail

It doesn’t get much better than this. Over 5,000 acres of jaw-dropping terrain, an average 29 feet of snow, and more than 300 days of sunshine each year. Vail is epic!

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Winter Park

Winter Park

Winter Park is one of Colorado’s premiere ski destinations, with a huge mountain offering seven distinct areas, together with a beautiful slopeside mountain village.

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Montana

Big Sky

Big Sky

Just south of Yosemite National Park is Mammoth Mountain, which enjoys one of the most consistent snowfalls of any North American resort - an average of 33 feet!

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Utah

Park City

Park City

With possibly the lightest, driest powder snow on the planet, a vibrant friendly mountain town and three world-class ski areas, Park City is the perfect ski destination!

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Vermont

Killington

Killington

Killington is Vermont skiing at its best. With reliable ski conditions and great terrain for all levels, it’s the perfect resort for families, or for your first taste of skiing stateside.

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Wyoming

Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole – legendary terrain, iconic reputation, breathtaking scenery - it’s the big name in big mountain skiing, with a massive snow record to match.

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