Regardless of your level of skiing skills, you will find plenty of fun trying out different American skiing resorts. The range of American skiing resorts will be suitable for anyone looking for a luxurious skiing experience. American skiing resorts are different from those in other continents as most offer spacious accommodation, high-quality service and quiet pastes for those looking for some quiet time in nature’s beauty. What are some of the top luxury skiing resorts to try out in America?
Park City in Utah
This skiing resort is highly recommended for intermediate skiers. It is also the biggest ski area in the US offering 7,300 acres of terrain. This is plenty of space to run on starting with plenty of blue runs and easy blacks directly above the town.
If you are looking for more speed, head to the steeper terrain of the Canyons. The Deer Valley is upmarket and does not allow snowboarding. Adding up the acreage of Park City, Canyon, and Deer Valley, you get an extensive variety of luxury skiing choices. Stay at the Best Western Landmark for superb service including hot tubs and Jacuzzi.
Alta in Utah
Skiing fans say this is the resort with the best powder. It receives an average of more than 14 meters of snow a year, which is more than any resort in neighboring Colorado and rivaling nearby Park City. This is the terrain for upper intermediates and experts who will find plenty of fun in the plenty of ungroomed terrains. A high-speed chairlift is opening in 2017/2018 for a quicker ascent. Stay at the Cliff Lodge which has a rooftop pool and spa.
Jackson Hole in Wyoming
If you are looking for challenging runs, Jackson Hole has Corbet’s Couloir which is a narrow chute which skiers access by taking off in the air. There are plenty of black runs on Rendezvous Mountain where the tram climbs vertically for 1,260 meters. Intermediate and beginners will find good terrain on Après Vous Mountain. Stay at the Four Seasons Hotel which has a ski hire shop and top of the range accommodations.
Breckenridge in Colorado
This is the best option for a beginner. It is no less fun than other resorts as the gentle wide runs are a lot of fun if you are learning how to ski. The over 2,900 acres of the slope has plenty to offer intermediate and expert skiers too. Stay at the Beaver Run Resort which is set in the hillside.