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Ski Resort Mountain Coasters Near Me: Complete North American List

19th June 2019 | Heather B. Fried

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Bogus Basin's Glade Runner Mountain Coaster is one of a kind in Idaho. - © Bogus Basin

Bogus Basin's Glade Runner Mountain Coaster is one of a kind in Idaho.
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Bogus Basin's Glade Runner Mountain Coaster is one of a kind in Idaho. - © Bogus Basin
Say cheese! An automatic Coaster Cam snaps your photo midway through the Appalachian Express adventure. - © Camelback Mountain, Aquatic Development Group (ADG)

Say cheese! An automatic Coaster Cam snaps your photo midway through the Appalachian Express adventure.
Copyright: Camelback Mountain, Aquatic Development Group (ADG)

Say cheese! An automatic Coaster Cam snaps your photo midway through the Appalachian Express adventure. - © Camelback Mountain, Aquatic Development Group (ADG)
Appalachian Express at Camelback Mountain Resort, Pennsylvania - © Camelback Mountain, Aquatic Development Group (ADG)

Appalachian Express at Camelback Mountain Resort, Pennsylvania
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Appalachian Express at Camelback Mountain Resort, Pennsylvania - © Camelback Mountain, Aquatic Development Group (ADG)
Breck was the first Colorado ski resort to build an alpine coaster (opened in the winter 2010/2011 season). - © Brent Clark, Breckenridge Ski Resort

Breck was the first Colorado ski resort to build an alpine coaster (opened in the winter 2010/2011 season).
Copyright: Brent Clark, Breckenridge Ski Resort

Breck was the first Colorado ski resort to build an alpine coaster (opened in the winter 2010/2011 season). - © Brent Clark, Breckenridge Ski Resort
Breck's Goldrunner mountain coaster. - © Brent Clark, Breckenridge Ski Resort

Breck's Goldrunner mountain coaster.
Copyright: Brent Clark, Breckenridge Ski Resort

Breck's Goldrunner mountain coaster. - © Brent Clark, Breckenridge Ski Resort
The Vail Forest Flyer Mountain Coaster follows the natural contours of the landscape as it winds 3,400 feet down the mountain. - © Andrew Taylor, Vail Resorts

The Vail Forest Flyer Mountain Coaster follows the natural contours of the landscape as it winds 3,400 feet down the mountain.
Copyright: Andrew Taylor, Vail Resorts

The Vail Forest Flyer Mountain Coaster follows the natural contours of the landscape as it winds 3,400 feet down the mountain. - © Andrew Taylor, Vail Resorts
Views from Vail's Forest Flyer.  - © Vail Resorts

Views from Vail's Forest Flyer.
Copyright: Vail Resorts

Views from Vail's Forest Flyer.  - © Vail Resorts
The Forest Flyer coaster at Vail is part of its Epic Discovery. - © Andrew Taylor, Vail Resorts

The Forest Flyer coaster at Vail is part of its Epic Discovery.
Copyright: Andrew Taylor, Vail Resorts

The Forest Flyer coaster at Vail is part of its Epic Discovery. - © Andrew Taylor, Vail Resorts
Cranmore Mountain Adventure Park mountain coaster. - © Cranmore Mountain

Cranmore Mountain Adventure Park mountain coaster.
Copyright: Cranmore Mountain

Cranmore Mountain Adventure Park mountain coaster. - © Cranmore Mountain
Alpine coasters are as fun as they look. - © Dan Bayer

Alpine coasters are as fun as they look.
Copyright: Dan Bayer

Alpine coasters are as fun as they look. - © Dan Bayer
The Snowmass Breathtaker Alpine Coaster. - © Aspen Skiing Company

The Snowmass Breathtaker Alpine Coaster.
Copyright: Aspen Skiing Company

The Snowmass Breathtaker Alpine Coaster. - © Aspen Skiing Company
The Snowmass Breathtaker Alpine Coaster is open at night during Ullr Nights festivities and special holidays. - © Aspen Skiing Company

The Snowmass Breathtaker Alpine Coaster is open at night during Ullr Nights festivities and special holidays.
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The Snowmass Breathtaker Alpine Coaster is open at night during Ullr Nights festivities and special holidays. - © Aspen Skiing Company
Snowmass' new Breathtaker Alpine Coaster runs for more than a mile. - © Aspen Skiing Company

Snowmass' new Breathtaker Alpine Coaster runs for more than a mile.
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Snowmass' new Breathtaker Alpine Coaster runs for more than a mile. - © Aspen Skiing Company
Copper's Rocky Mountain Coaster is 5,800 feet long, descending 430 vertical feet. - © Copper Mountain

Copper's Rocky Mountain Coaster is 5,800 feet long, descending 430 vertical feet.
Copyright: Copper Mountain

Copper's Rocky Mountain Coaster is 5,800 feet long, descending 430 vertical feet. - © Copper Mountain
Copper coaster at night. - © Copper Mountain

Copper coaster at night.
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Copper coaster at night. - © Copper Mountain
Steamboat recognized the opportunity to provide a family friendly activity and a unique way to view the mountain, for both summer and winter seasons. - © Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort

Steamboat recognized the opportunity to provide a family friendly activity and a unique way to view the mountain, for both summer and winter seasons.
Copyright: Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort

Steamboat recognized the opportunity to provide a family friendly activity and a unique way to view the mountain, for both summer and winter seasons. - © Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort
Plenty of coaster riders at Copper are going up and down in their ski or snowboard boots, all hours of the day. - © Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort

Plenty of coaster riders at Copper are going up and down in their ski or snowboard boots, all hours of the day.
Copyright: Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort

Plenty of coaster riders at Copper are going up and down in their ski or snowboard boots, all hours of the day. - © Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort
The Rocky Mountain Coaster is a great activity to complement a ski trip. - © Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort

The Rocky Mountain Coaster is a great activity to complement a ski trip.
Copyright: Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort

The Rocky Mountain Coaster is a great activity to complement a ski trip. - © Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort
A view of Copper Mountain's Rocky Mountain Coaster from above - © Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort

A view of Copper Mountain's Rocky Mountain Coaster from above
Copyright: Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort

A view of Copper Mountain's Rocky Mountain Coaster from above - © Tripp Fay, Copper Mountain Resort
Many skiers and snowboarders ride the mountain coaster when they’re not sliding on the slopes. - © Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort

Many skiers and snowboarders ride the mountain coaster when they’re not sliding on the slopes.
Copyright: Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort

Many skiers and snowboarders ride the mountain coaster when they’re not sliding on the slopes. - © Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort
The Outlaw Mountain Coaster in Steamboat Springs, Colorado is the longest alpine coaster in North America - © Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort

The Outlaw Mountain Coaster in Steamboat Springs, Colorado is the longest alpine coaster in North America
Copyright: Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort

The Outlaw Mountain Coaster in Steamboat Springs, Colorado is the longest alpine coaster in North America - © Larry Pierce/Steamboat Ski Resort

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