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Hunter Mountain

Hunter Mountain

Just over two hours north of New York City, Hunter is the closest Big Mountain Experience. This place is packed with steeps, bumps, and endless acres ...
"German Festival-name change"
Reviewed by sobess
I have going to the GERMAN FESTIVALS with family and friends for over 20yrs. Have been sking on and off at the of 14yrs old. . . .
Mt Bachelor

Mt Bachelor

Mt Bachelor has received numerous awards with the most recent being Best Lifts in North America by Ski Magazine's 1999 Reader Survey. Mt. Bachelor is ...
"Good combination of skiing with lots of nearby outdoor recreation opportunities."
Reviewed by jmaudsley
I would recommend the Mt.Bachelor/Sun River combination for good skiing and lots of outdoor recreation opportunities.
Alta

Alta

Whatever your ability, Alta is for you! Alta Ski Lifts Company provides the skiing, private businesses provide the restincluding lodging, dining, ...
"ALTA IS FOR SKIIERS"
Reviewed by tatevandy
Alta is a magnificent ski resort with great trails, sweet lodges, exited staff, and awesome snow.  No snowboarders aloud is a HUGE bonus!
Banff-Norquay

Banff-Norquay

Norquay installed Canada's first chair lift in 1948, and is the area's oldest resort. Today, high-speed lifts carry you to 25 impeccably-groomed ...
  5 reviews
"Canadian Rockies Classic Skiing Traditions Live on at Norquay Ski Resort in Banff"
Reviewed by mrkstvns
Do you like traditional ski resorts with serious technical challenges? If so, you might like Norquay. Read more to see if it's the Canadian Rockies ski resort for you!
Big White

Big White

Big White is famous for its champagne powder and averages 24.5 feet of snowfall per year.
"Most up to date report here, and believe me, this place is fantastic!!"
Reviewed by odysseus107
I've really said everything, but again, Big White really is a must, however far away you are. It's simply an awesome mountain!
Sunpeaks

Sunpeaks

A towering ski resort and snowboard destination offering nearly 3,000 vertical feet of terrain. Wide-open expanses of high Alpine lead into a ...
  9 reviews
"Sun Peaks is a Diamond in the Rough!"
Reviewed by cash_money
I would recommend this hill for families who are looking for a quiet weekend.
Searchmont

Searchmont

The Rocky Mountains of the Midwestthat's what visitors from the U.S. and Canada call Searchmont! They love the scenic ambiance, the cozy village, the ...
  2 reviews
"A midwest skiiers paradise"
Reviewed by lambchops
Searchmont is good for most people. It's inexpensive AND you get great hills out of it.
Owls Head

Owls Head

Snowmaking on 85% of the skiable terrain ensures great skiing throughout the season and full enjoyment for anyone in the family. Grooming is done ...
  4 reviews
"Great Mountain for skiers and ski-dos"
Reviewed by smartyv
Worth the experience if there is no ski-dos event on the ski slopes that day.
Schladming

Schladming

From the 'fresh-air' boom at the turn-of-the-century onwards, Schladming, with its two Alpine skiing mountains, Planai and Hochwurzen, has developed ...
  1 review
"Ski off the beaten path; Slaadming, Austria"
Reviewed by jdanilso
You have seen the picture postcard of the perfect old-country European city. You have seen the picture of the most beautiful . . .
Ruka

Ruka

The 28 slopes of Ruka are situated on different sides of the fell, so you can find pleasant skiing conditions in almost any weather. The combined ...
  2 reviews
"A New Experience"
Reviewed by sunny1
This resort has lots of T-bars and puma lifts. Being from a resort that has nice normal lifts this was defintely different. . . .
Chamonix

Chamonix

The Chamonix valley is easy to access and hospitable. We have ideal places to stay at the foot of the Alps that will make your holiday a success.
"Club Med Chamonix"
Reviewed by wienberg
i was there in February 2007.  I stayed at Club Med.....and got back to Toronto with bed bugs!!!!  Other than that...it . . .
Tignes

Tignes

The skiing area offers off-trail skiing of exceptional quality, which you discover with the resort's professional guides. These guides offer circuits ...
  4 reviews
"Lovely, ugly town"
Reviewed by dait
The best area in Europe. I would live there if I could. One day I will...
Val d'Isere

Val d'Isere

Over the past 60 years, Val dIshre, a tiny Savoyard village nestled around a church at an altitude of 1850 m has become an internationally known ski ...
"Overrated for Boarding but Whoa! Good Nightlife!"
Reviewed by algis100
Go just to say you've been if you're prepared to carry your board for most of the holiday.
Dolomite Ski Region

Dolomite Ski Region

12 skiing areas are united under the Dolomiti Superski umbrella. The joy of skiing in a unique landscape and a ski pass that is valid for the entire ...
  3 reviews
"Huge Ski Area for Everyone"
Reviewed by mcarrot
The Dolomiti Superski Area is probably the biggest ski area in the world. One lift pass is valid for about 450 (four hundred . . .
Arosa

Arosa

At 1800 m above sea level Arosa is a peaceful and guaranteed snowy holiday resort with a family-friendly ski region. Forty kilometers of winter ...
  4 reviews
"Interlaken"
Reviewed by vsubha_leeo
We visited Switzerland for 3 days. We drove from Geneva to Zurich and stopped in Interlaken for a day to visit Alps. The . . .
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