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Best Resorts for Thanksgiving Powder Turns

23rd September 2018 | Becky Lomax

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Cruising Beaver Creek groomers. - © Vail Resorts

Cruising Beaver Creek groomers.
Copyright: Vail Resorts

Cruising Beaver Creek groomers. - © Vail Resorts
Two skiers stroll through Sugarloaf's village after a day spent chasing early season powder. - © Skye Chalmers

Two skiers stroll through Sugarloaf's village after a day spent chasing early season powder.
Copyright: Skye Chalmers

Two skiers stroll through Sugarloaf's village after a day spent chasing early season powder. - © Skye Chalmers
Sunshine and powder are key ingredients to an unbeatable day at Mammoth. - © Liam Doran

Sunshine and powder are key ingredients to an unbeatable day at Mammoth.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Sunshine and powder are key ingredients to an unbeatable day at Mammoth. - © Liam Doran
Skier Kerry Brown sinks into some Beaver Creek freshies.  - © Zach Mahone

Skier Kerry Brown sinks into some Beaver Creek freshies.
Copyright: Zach Mahone

Skier Kerry Brown sinks into some Beaver Creek freshies.  - © Zach Mahone
Shredding powder and trees at Sunshine Village. - © Liam Doran

Shredding powder and trees at Sunshine Village.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Shredding powder and trees at Sunshine Village. - © Liam Doran
Early season corduroy off Goldcoast at Squaw Valley - © Squaw Valley

Early season corduroy off Goldcoast at Squaw Valley
Copyright: Squaw Valley

Early season corduroy off Goldcoast at Squaw Valley - © Squaw Valley
Kaylin Richardson enjoys fresh powder at Canyons in Park City, Utah. The resort averages 355 inches of snowfall a year and has 4,000 acres of skiable terrain - © Liam Doran

Kaylin Richardson enjoys fresh powder at Canyons in Park City, Utah. The resort averages 355 inches of snowfall a year and has 4,000 acres of skiable terrain
Copyright: Liam Doran

Kaylin Richardson enjoys fresh powder at Canyons in Park City, Utah. The resort averages 355 inches of snowfall a year and has 4,000 acres of skiable terrain - © Liam Doran
Plenty for shoppers and foodies in Banff - © Paul Zizka/Banff Lake Louise Tourism

Plenty for shoppers and foodies in Banff
Copyright: Paul Zizka/Banff Lake Louise Tourism

Plenty for shoppers and foodies in Banff - © Paul Zizka/Banff Lake Louise Tourism
A skier rips through Sun Valley powder. Photo courtesy of Visit Sun Valley. - © Visit Sun Valley

A skier rips through Sun Valley powder. Photo courtesy of Visit Sun Valley.
Copyright: Visit Sun Valley

A skier rips through Sun Valley powder. Photo courtesy of Visit Sun Valley. - © Visit Sun Valley

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