Copper Mountain, home to a fabulous 148 trails and 24 lifts, plus the only full-length, early-season training venue in the world, the U.S. Olympic Ski Team Speed Center. Ski! The 2,500 acres of pristine slopes of Copper Mountain steepen naturally from west to east, with the elevation topping out at 3,800 metres (with a 835-metre … Continue reading Colorado: Copper Mountain
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Half hour east of Salt Lake City, the town of Park City, population 8,400, is best known as home of Sundance Film Festival. The borough anchors Park City Mountain and the more posh Deer Valley Resort (which doesn’t allow snowboarders). Park City Mountain was purchased by Vail Resorts in 2014 and combined with nearby Canyons … Continue reading Utah: Park City
The country charm of Steamboat Springs.
Six of your best bets to ski, snowboard, aprés-drink, conference or celebrate. Red Mountain Resort, Rossland, B.C. Overview: Charming heritage town, really nice people, no lines, terrific skiing. Selling point: The consistent and brilliant snow, top-rated because of the resort’s location along the famous Powder Highway. Meeting space: A new conference centre (120 people, theatre-style) is great for … Continue reading Ski Resort Report