Which Ski Towns Do You Think Made Outside's List of Best Places To Live in the USA?

Which Ski Towns Do You Think Made Outside's List of Best Places To Live in the USA?

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Which Ski Towns Do You Think Made Outside's List of Best Places To Live in the USA?

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The train from Durango to Silverton, CO | Photo Credit:

The train from Durango to Silverton, CO | Photo Credit: Philms | Cover Photo: Al_HikesAZ

 

Each year, Outside Magazine names its Best Places To Live In The U.S. and this year, their list is very ski centric.

Related: Top 5 Large U.S. Cities For Skiers & Snowboarders

Of the 16 cities and towns included in Outside’s list, 8 are ski towns and that’s not including Denver and Seattle, which also made the cut. Of the ski towns, 3 are located in Colorado, giving the Rocky Mountain State top honors among a list that is heavy on western states.

The Elite 8

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The Aerial Tram @JacksonHole | Photo Credit: Jackson Hole Facebook Page

– Jackson, Wyoming | population: 10,523

– Taos, New Mexico | population: 5,740

– Steamboat Springs, Colorado | population: 12,260

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Bellingham, WA | Photo Credit: Nick Kelly / Faithlife Corporation

– Bellingham, Washington | population: 85,146

– Gunnison, Colorado | population: 6,076

– Bend, Oregon | population: 87,014

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Sun Valley, ID | Photo Credit: Sun Valley Facebook Page

– Ketchum, Idaho | population: 2,728

– Durango, Colorado | population: 18,006

Find the entire Outside article here: The 16 Best Places to Live in the U.S.: 2016

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