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Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort, Dillon, Colorado, USA
The Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort has a 13,050 feet summit elevation. With 105 groomed trails, this resort will prove to keep skiers of all levels entertained. Arapahoe’s continental divide location and 367 inches of annual snowfall, creates a long ski season for visitors.

Breckenridge Ski Resort, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA
Breckenridge has a summit of 12,998 feet. The average annual snowfall is 300 inches and boasts a 156 day ski season! Breckenridge has 2208 acres of skiable terrain. Over half of the trails are black diamond runs.

Loveland Ski Resort, Loveland, Colorado, USA
The summit at Loveland is 12,700 feet and this resort averages 400 inches of snow per year. There are 1365 acres of skiable terrain and nearly half of the trails are advanced runs. Loveland Ski Resort is a thrilling place to ski.

Chamonix Mont Blanc Ski Resort, Chamonix, France
With a summit of 12,605 feet in elevation, Chamonix has a ski season of 144 days. Chamonix has the biggest vertical drop in the world at an incredible 9,209 feet. Almost half of the trails are black diamond with 31% of the runs being intermediate and the remainder, beginner level trails.

Snowmass Ski Resort, Aspen, Colorado, USA
Snowmass is a great resort for many reasons. The summit is a whopping 12,510 feet. The average snowfall is 300 inches per year and Snowmass has 3,128 acres of varied and skiable terrain. The vertical descent is 4406 feet. Most trails are for intermediate skiers but 6% are beginner runs with the rest suitable for advanced skiers.

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