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Breckenridge street scene
Breckenridge is special in so many ways it's hard to know where to start. The historic town and funky Main Street have heaps of classic old Colorado character, with over 200 structures on the National Register of Historic Places. The massive mountain sprawls over 5 separate peaks, and includes America's highest ski lift. Breckenridge ski options Let's start with the skiing....
Powder boarding at Telluride
Telluride is arguably America's most spectacularly beautiful ski resort. The magnificent alpine peaks of the San Juan range soar above, offering vast powder fields and terrain to challenge the best. Way below, tucked into a box canyon, the town of Telluride is just 8 blocks by 12 blocks big. Designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1964, it retains all...
Steamboat glades
Steamboat is famous for offering some of the finest and most consistent ski conditions in North America. The resort - a Warren Miller favourite and one you would never tire of returning to - averages 8 metres of snowfall annually, and has trademarked Champagne Powder™ for its light, fluffy and unique snow. Unlike other ski locations, which retain on...
Keystone was the first major Colorado Resort to open this week, cutting the ribbon on Season 50. Given the crazy COVID-19 situation in America that is a huge achievement in itself. For Epic Australia Pass holders, especially families, Keystone is one of the best all round options. Firstly, because you get virtually all season access apart from a handful of holiday blackout...
Riding powder at Snowmass
Snowmass always gets mentioned after Aspen in their joint title, but it stands alone as one of America's biggest and best resorts, period. For starters, Snowmass boasts America's biggest vertical drop at 4406'/ 1343m. Then there are 3500 sprawling acres, that include Big Burn, the widest groomed run we have ever skied. Hundreds of metres wide, groomed to perfection,...
Riding the Xmas 2019 storm that dumped on Wolf Creek Colorado
Wolf Creek opens today! Colorado's snowiest Ski Area - they get over 40 feet a season usually - launches the 2020-21 season with a 'soft opening' of lifts only will test COVID-19 plans and procedures for the main season to come, and is indicative of how skiing will be this season in America. Here's the latest on that - for the lowdown...

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