- One ticket is all you need to experience
Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. The four
mountains combined have world class terrain, 42 lifts, 335 trails, and
the steepest vertical drop in Colorado. All of this is within a
12-mile radius and accessible by free shuttles.
Beaver Creek Resort - Luxury and excitement meet with 4040 vertical
feet, 146 trails, legendary Colorado powder, gourmet dining, elegant
accommodations, heated walkways and outdoor escalators.
Breckenridge - A real town with unreal skiing, Breckenridge Ski
Resort is the largest historic district in Colorado. Old and new
complement one another with a hip atmosphere, a thriving nightlife,
quaint mountain inns and lodges, 146 trails and four mountains.
Crested Butte Mountain Resort - Surrounded by national forests,
Crested Butte features more than 1000 acres and 2775 vertical feet, and
offers something for everyone. Half of the mountain is advanced
Durango Mountain Resort - Located in the San Juan Mountains just 25
miles north of Durango, Durango Mountain receives over 260 inches of
snow annually and features a variety of terrain.
Powderhorn Resort - Located on the side of Grand Mesa in western
Colorado, Powderhorn features 510 acres and 1650 vertical feet, with
slopes for beginners and experts. Also features great
cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
Steamboat Ski Resort - Also known as Ski Town USA, Steamboat is
located in northwest Colorado in the Routt National Forest. 2965
acres offer challenging mogul fields, sparkling powder and wide open
groomed trails. Six peaks, 165 trails and 20 lifts provide skiing
for everyone in an area that receives 335 inches of snow annually.
Telluride Ski Resort - An old mining mountain town turned European
alpine style and surrounded by plenty of 14,000-foot peaks, there is
plenty of skiing for everyone without having to wait in long lift lines.