- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Whether you're planning a ski vacation or hitting the slopes for the day, Colorado has endless skiing and snowboarding options throughout the Rocky Mountains that call the state home. With heavy snowfall, a variety of skiing above 10,000 feet, tons of sunshine and historic ski towns, it’s no wonder they call Colorado “Ski Country USA.”
There is an assortment of skiing and snowboarding options in Colorado’s Front Range. Resorts like Vail and Breckenridge offer world class skiing and snowboarding with luxurious lodging, dining and nightlife in their base villages, while Arapahoe Basin and Loveland Ski Area offer hardcore skiing and a down to earth, local’s vibe.
Miles deeper into the Rocky Mountains, in the Elk Range, you’ll find the famous town of Aspen, home to Aspen Mountain (Ajax), Buttermilk Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Snowmass Mountain. Aspen provides a wide variety of ski terrain options and some of the best après-ski on Earth.
Click on any resort below to find ski and snow reports for Colorado ski resorts, or visit the other tabs for information regarding Colorado terrain, mountain stats, chairlift information and skier ratings.
Use this table to compare the terrain of Colorado ski resorts based on difficulty, with a percentage breakdown of beginner, intermediate, advanced and expert slopes. Sort the list by each terrain type to see which mountain has the highest percentage of what you love to ski. You can also sort these lists by User Rating to read other OnTheSnow skier and snowboarder opinions of each ski area, as well as by Open Acreage. Click on a Colorado ski resort to learn more about that particular mountain or click through the tabs to compare Mountain Stats, Lifts and User Ratings.