Aspen Ranks as Most Expensive U.S. Ski Resort by Cheaphotels.com

Aspen Ranks as Most Expensive U.S. Ski Resort by Cheaphotels.com

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Aspen Ranks as Most Expensive U.S. Ski Resort by Cheaphotels.com

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Cheaphotels.org has ranked Aspen, Colorado as the most expensive ski resort town to stay at in North America. To come up with the results the survey specifically examined the amount travelers would currently have to pay for a minimum 3-star hotel room situated less than two miles from the specified ski resort. According to the website, skiers heading to Aspen in February or March will have to shell out an average of $241 a night to stay in a double room lodging option within the town.

In the United States

  1. Aspen (CO) $241s
  2. Olympic Valley (CA) $239
  3. Alta/Snowbird (UT) $236
  4. Breckenridge (CO) $223
  5. Vail (CO) $214
  6. Snowmass (CO) $212
  7. Telluride (CO) $204
  8. Keystone (CO) $203
  9. Beaver Creek (CO) $199
  10. Copper Mountain (CO) $192
  1. Teton Village (WY) $164
  2. Big Sky (MT) $159
  3. Bretton Woods (NH) $145
  4. Steamboat (CO) $136
  5. Crested Butte (CO) $134
  6. Stowe (VT) $132
  7. Park City (UT) $129
  8. Jackson (WY) $112
  9. Sun Valley (ID) $107
  10. Heavenly (CA) $94

In Canada

  1. Kicking Horse (BC) $204
  2. Big White (BC) $179
  3. Mont Tremblant(QC) $157
  4. Whistler Blackcomb (BC) $154
  5. Silver Star (BC) $143
  1. Panorama (BC) $142
  2. Lake Louise (AB) $132
  3. Fernie (BC) $123
  4. Sun Peaks (BC) $94
  5. Banff Mt. Norquay (AB) $84

 

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