Winter staff at the following resorts rely on products with GORE-TEX product technology.
Perched more than 1.2 miles above sea level, the Town of Jackson is at once cowboy and cosmopolitan. And there is where you will find Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, which is owned and operated as a special use permitee of Bridger Teton National Forest. Summer and Winter operations include the aerial tram and other lift access activities including biking, hiking, skiing, snowboarding and paragliding.
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Starting out as a coal mining town, this historic area remains true it its heritage, showcasing vibrant Victorian store fronts from the days of old and radiating an unparalleled welcoming spirit that celebrates a simpler life and time. Crested Butte Mountain Resort exemplifies this authenticity with its widely diverse landscape and focus on giving guests a remarkable vacation in the mountains; outdoor enthusiasts of all levels will find a new challenge with each visit. Crested Butte boasts extensive beginner runs, intermediate trails that cover over half of the developed terrain on the mountain, as well as its legendary extreme terrain. Not only will the skiing have you in awe, the views will leave you breathless.
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Whistler Blackcomb is a place where deep mountain culture collides with a spirit of adventure, progression and international acclaim. It’s a place sculpted by legendary peaks, Olympic athletes and an insatiable wonder. Two mountains converge on one lift ticket and unite at the base of Whistler Village at the end of the day—the vibrant and iconic epicenter of winter festivity.
Plan your trip to Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort here.