North America's 16 Best Ski Resorts | According to Outside

North America's 16 Best Ski Resorts | According to Outside

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North America's 16 Best Ski Resorts | According to Outside

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Outside brings us a look at their picks for the best ski resorts in North America.

“We picked the cream of the crop and consulted local experts for their advice on where to ski, what to drink, and everything in between.” – Outside

Revelstoke Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Editor’s choice for sidecountry.

Crested Butte, Colorado
Editor’s choice for off-piste.

Steamboat, Colorado
Editor’s choice for trees.

Taos, New Mexico
Editor’s choice for steeps.

Mammoth Mountain, California
Editor’s choice for park riding.

Whistler-Blackcomb, British Columbia
Annual Snowfall: 396 inches

Alta/Snowbird, Utah
Annual Snowfall: 500 inches

Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Annual Snowfall: 459 inches

Alyeska Resort, Alaska
Annual Snowfall: 735 inches

Silverton Mountain, Colorado
Annual Snowfall: 400 inches

Breckenridge, Colorado
Annual Snowfall: 300 inches

Park City, Utah
Annual Snowfall: 360 inches

Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado
Annual Snowfall: 300 inches

Powder Mountain, Utah
Annual Snowfall: 500 inches

Jay Peak, Vermont
Annual Snowfall: 371 inches

Bridger Bowl, Montana
Annual Snowfall: 350 inches

 

Read the full breakdown of each resort here – North America’s 16 Best Ski Resorts

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