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Five Must-Ski Resorts In Colorado This Winter

February 4, 2019

With its snow-capped mountain ranges and powdery snow, Colorado is an outdoor lovers' paradise. And skiing in Colorado is one of the best winter activities you can imagine. If you're an avid skier looking to tackle your next black diamond or if you're a beginner on the bunny slope, Colorado is the ideal place to be this winter. Check out our top five must-ski resorts located in this vast state, perfect for your next winter timeshare vacation!

1. Aspen Snowmass
When people think of skiing in Colorado, Aspen is usually the first thing that comes to mind, and for good reason. With four mountains of unique terrain, Aspen Snowmass offers world-class après-ski activities along with an unforgettable skiing experience. The resort recently added a new children's center and tubing lanes for the kids. For more information on Aspen Snowmass, click here. For current snow conditions, click here.

2. Keystone Ski Resort
Winter in Keystone Lake is an ideal winter wonderland. It's known for its five-acre resurfaced skating rink, making it one of the largest in North America. Additionally, Keystone Ski Resort offers some of the state's best tree skiing, with three breathtaking mountains connected by a series of lifts and gondolas. For more information on Keystone Ski Resort, click here. For current snow conditions, click here.

3. Powderhorn Ski Resort
Looking for a hidden gem on the Grand Mesa? The Powderhorn Ski Resort is the place for you. Located on the world's largest flat top mountain, glade skiers of all ability levels will not want to miss out on the suitable terrain. For more information on Powderhorn Ski Resort, click here. For current snow conditions, click here.

4. Purgatory Ski Resort
Colorado's largest snowcat skiing operation is located right here in this small ski town of Durango at Purgatory Ski Resort. You might be asking yourself, what is snowcat skiing? Snowcat skiing is a form of guided backcountry skiing where both skiers and snowboarders ride in a 20-person cab on the snowcat machine. Purgatory Ski Resort also features something for every snow-loving member of your family, with 1,600 skiable acres and several terrain parks. For more information on Purgatory Ski Resort, click here. For current snow conditions, click here.

5. Steamboat Ski Resort
Steamboat Springs is a picturesque western town in northern Colorado. It's known for producing more winter Olympians than any other place in the country and is especially famous for its Champagne Powder® snow. It's also home to Steamboat Ski Resort, which boasts 3,000 acres of skiable terrain and 3,668 vertical feet. If you prefer apres-ski to skiing, the town of Steamboat Springs is perfect for you too. For more information on Steamboat Ski Resort and current snow conditions, click here.

For more information on all of your options for skiing in Colorado, click here.