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Silverton Mountain Resort Photos

Silverton Mountain Photos

Browse through our collection of photography from Silverton Mountain to get acquainted with it before your ski trip or to relive great memories on the slopes at Silverton Mountain.
Skier, Sven Brunso demonstrates how it's done in Silverton. - ©Scott DW Smith

Skier, Sven Brunso demonstrates how it's done in Silverton.
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Skier, Sven Brunso demonstrates how it's done in Silverton. - ©Scott DW Smith
Silverton Mountain's snow pack has benefited from consistent southwest Colorado storms and will be opening Saturday, Dec. 19 - ©Silverton Mountain

Silverton Mountain's snow pack has benefited from consistent southwest Colorado storms and will be opening Saturday, Dec. 19
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Silverton Mountain's snow pack has benefited from consistent southwest Colorado storms and will be opening Saturday, Dec. 19 - ©Silverton Mountain
A skier dives into deep Silverton Mountain powder on Nov. 8, 2015 - ©Silverton Mountain

A skier dives into deep Silverton Mountain powder on Nov. 8, 2015
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A skier dives into deep Silverton Mountain powder on Nov. 8, 2015 - ©Silverton Mountain
A Rider Slashes Fresh Powder at Silverton Mountain Nov. 9, 2015 - ©Silverton Mountain

A Rider Slashes Fresh Powder at Silverton Mountain Nov. 9, 2015
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A Rider Slashes Fresh Powder at Silverton Mountain Nov. 9, 2015 - ©Silverton Mountain
Silverton Mountain, October 6, 2015 - ©Silverton Mountain

Silverton Mountain, October 6, 2015
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Silverton Mountain, October 6, 2015 - ©Silverton Mountain
El Gordo is known locally in Silverton to be a much stronger version of El Niño. - ©Silverton Mountain

El Gordo is known locally in Silverton to be a much stronger version of El Niño.
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El Gordo is known locally in Silverton to be a much stronger version of El Niño. - ©Silverton Mountain
The first ski area turns of the Colorado 2015/16 ski season were made today on a fresh blanket of snow covering Colorado’s highest elevation ski area. - ©Silverton Mountain

The first ski area turns of the Colorado 2015/16 ski season were made today on a fresh blanket of snow covering Colorado’s highest elevation ski area.
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The first ski area turns of the Colorado 2015/16 ski season were made today on a fresh blanket of snow covering Colorado’s highest elevation ski area. - ©Silverton Mountain
Some lucky Silverton ski and snowboard patrollers had the opportunity to jump on the chairlift today. - ©Silverton Mountain

Some lucky Silverton ski and snowboard patrollers had the opportunity to jump on the chairlift today.
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Some lucky Silverton ski and snowboard patrollers had the opportunity to jump on the chairlift today. - ©Silverton Mountain
Silverton's official start of the ski season is slated for December but if the snow keeps up at this pace that date could be pushed up.  - ©Silverton Mountain

Silverton's official start of the ski season is slated for December but if the snow keeps up at this pace that date could be pushed up.
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Silverton's official start of the ski season is slated for December but if the snow keeps up at this pace that date could be pushed up.  - ©Silverton Mountain
The large low pressure system, El Gordo, spinning over Silverton Mountain during the past couple of days continues to drop heavy snow on the slopes. - ©Silverton Mountain

The large low pressure system, El Gordo, spinning over Silverton Mountain during the past couple of days continues to drop heavy snow on the slopes.
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The large low pressure system, El Gordo, spinning over Silverton Mountain during the past couple of days continues to drop heavy snow on the slopes. - ©Silverton Mountain
Silverton skiers perfected their disappearing act. - ©Silverton

Silverton skiers perfected their disappearing act.
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Silverton skiers perfected their disappearing act. - ©Silverton
At Silverton, earning your turns make them that much sweeter. Skiers can hike the ridge up to 13,487’ and ski nearly 3,000 vertical feet down. - ©Krista Crabtree

At Silverton, earning your turns make them that much sweeter. Skiers can hike the ridge up to 13,487’ and ski nearly 3,000 vertical feet down.
Copyright: Krista Crabtree

At Silverton, earning your turns make them that much sweeter. Skiers can hike the ridge up to 13,487’ and ski nearly 3,000 vertical feet down. - ©Krista Crabtree
Long runs of powder include a trip back to the base in Silverton’s bus, named by skiers with a sense of humor. - ©Krista Crabtree

Long runs of powder include a trip back to the base in Silverton’s bus, named by skiers with a sense of humor.
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Long runs of powder include a trip back to the base in Silverton’s bus, named by skiers with a sense of humor. - ©Krista Crabtree
Silverton guides instruct clients to move low and slow while approaching the 2012 A-Star helicopter. - ©Krista Crabtree

Silverton guides instruct clients to move low and slow while approaching the 2012 A-Star helicopter.
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Silverton guides instruct clients to move low and slow while approaching the 2012 A-Star helicopter. - ©Krista Crabtree
Co-owner Aaron Brill scouts out a great line from his A-star. Ownership has its privileges. - ©Krista Crabtree

Co-owner Aaron Brill scouts out a great line from his A-star. Ownership has its privileges.
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Co-owner Aaron Brill scouts out a great line from his A-star. Ownership has its privileges. - ©Krista Crabtree
Skiers capture photos of their lovely turns down the Grande, below Storm Peak at Silverton. - ©Krista Crabtree

Skiers capture photos of their lovely turns down the Grande, below Storm Peak at Silverton.
Copyright: Krista Crabtree

Skiers capture photos of their lovely turns down the Grande, below Storm Peak at Silverton. - ©Krista Crabtree
It's easy to enjoy a blue-sky day overhead while accessing the 22,000+ acres of heli and hike-to skiable terrain at Silverton in Colorado’s San Juans. - ©Krista Crabtree

It's easy to enjoy a blue-sky day overhead while accessing the 22,000+ acres of heli and hike-to skiable terrain at Silverton in Colorado’s San Juans.
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It's easy to enjoy a blue-sky day overhead while accessing the 22,000+ acres of heli and hike-to skiable terrain at Silverton in Colorado’s San Juans. - ©Krista Crabtree
The mining town of Silverton feels much like it did when the miners settled it… though now brothels are replaced by seductive skiing. - ©Krista Crabtree

The mining town of Silverton feels much like it did when the miners settled it… though now brothels are replaced by seductive skiing.
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The mining town of Silverton feels much like it did when the miners settled it… though now brothels are replaced by seductive skiing. - ©Krista Crabtree
MJ Carroll, K2 product marketer, contemplates skiing Rope de Dope #1 at Silverton while testing a pair of women’s-specific K2 skis from the new Luv line. - ©Krista Crabtree

MJ Carroll, K2 product marketer, contemplates skiing Rope de Dope #1 at Silverton while testing a pair of women’s-specific K2 skis from the new Luv line.
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MJ Carroll, K2 product marketer, contemplates skiing Rope de Dope #1 at Silverton while testing a pair of women’s-specific K2 skis from the new Luv line. - ©Krista Crabtree
Traveling Silverton style often involves a sled, truck, fat tire bike or of course, skis. - ©Krista Crabtree

Traveling Silverton style often involves a sled, truck, fat tire bike or of course, skis.
Copyright: Krista Crabtree

Traveling Silverton style often involves a sled, truck, fat tire bike or of course, skis. - ©Krista Crabtree
Silverton Mountain guide, Kim Grant, explains the route to enter Meatball chute. A few minutes of fear make the accomplishments feel greater, but the guides are with you all the way. - ©Krista Crabtree

Silverton Mountain guide, Kim Grant, explains the route to enter Meatball chute. A few minutes of fear make the accomplishments feel greater, but the guides are with you all the way.
Copyright: Krista Crabtree

Silverton Mountain guide, Kim Grant, explains the route to enter Meatball chute. A few minutes of fear make the accomplishments feel greater, but the guides are with you all the way. - ©Krista Crabtree

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