10 Best Ski Vacations In The USA 

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Sun Valley - Sun Valley is one of the oldest ski resorts in America. Located northeast of Ketchum, Idaho, Sun Valley attracts skiers.

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Lake Tahoe - Lake Tahoe is beautiful from any vantage point, but the California-Nevada area is quite stunning from the slopes.

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Telluride - With more than 2,000 skiable acres, this Colorado city attracts a large number of snow lovers.

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Aspen - This tried-and-true winter resort in Colorado caters to all skill levels at its four major ski areas - Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands.

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Steamboat Springs - Steamboat Springs, Colorado's six peaks span nearly 3,000 acres of trails, making the town a popular destination for skiers seeking variety.

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Vail - Vail, Colorado, is one of the most popular winter destinations in the country thanks to its two top ski areas.

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Park City – This Utah ski haven, located about 30 miles southeast of Salt Lake City, hosted the Winter Olympics.

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Jackson Hole – Cool temperatures and powder-covered slopes attract skiers and snowboarders in this Wyoming valley.

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Breckenridge – Located about 80 miles southwest of Downtown Denver, Breckenridge offers hikers nearly 3,000 acres of skiable terrain spread across 187 trails.

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Big Sky, MT – Home to nearly 6,000 skiable acres, Big Sky in southwestern Montana offers plenty of powder for winter sports lovers.

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