Skiing and snowboarding are some of the most popular sports in Colorado—in fact, the state boasts a whopping 27 ski areas and resorts. Here are the best ski resorts in Colorado for your ultimate winter vacation.
Crystal Peak Lodge at Breckenridge
Crystal Peak Lodge provides ski-in/ski-out opportunities at Breckenridge Ski Resort, with five separate peaks and the highest chairlift in America. Ski well-groomed, tree-lined runs and high alpine bowls, and enjoy the on-hill dining, including Sevens (which sits at an elevation of just over 10,000 feet). Be sure to explore downtown Breckenridge’s arts district as well as local shops and restaurants.
The Folk Lorian at Telluride
The Folk Lorian provides the best in condo living, as well as a three minute walk to the slopes. Telluride Ski Resort provides world-class skiing in the San Juan Mountains. Enjoy over 2,000 acres of terrain with a base elevation of 8,725 feet and maximum elevation of 13,150 feet, and ride the free gondola between Telluride (check out its restaurants and art galleries) and Mountain Village.
Limelight Hotel Aspen
Limelight Hotel Aspen provides luxury accommodations that are a short walk to both Aspen Mountain and all the arts and culture of downtown Aspen. Aspen Snowmass consists of four ski areas around the town of Aspen and Snowmass Village. Aspen’s ápres ski culture is a major appeal, especially for frequent celebrity visitors, who view it as an upscale resort for out-of-towners.
Arrowhead Village has 30 condos with easy access to both Arrowhead Ski Resort and Beaver Creek Resort.You’ll enjoy well-groomed runs and a friendly atmosphere. Enjoy fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies each day at 3p.m. as you come off the hill, served by staff in chef’s hats. The town of Beaver Creek features an outdoor skating rink, as well as shopping and dining.