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Lower altitude ski resorts

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Lower altitude ski resorts

Lower altitude ski resorts

Wife loses first day (or TWO) to adjusting to Denver and then Summit area CO. What resorts are Lowest in altitude in Western US?
asked by Bill Howard 3 years 21 weeks ago
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fredshaw56's picture
In Colorado I found three resorts that are around 8,000 ft at base elevation: Steamboat at 6,900 ft Sunlight at 7,885 ft Sol Vista at 8,202 ft Steamboat is a full blown Ski resort with an airport nearby in Hayden. Sunlight is just outside of Glenwood Springs and you can fly into Eagle County or Grand Junction. Sol Vista is in Granby about 25 mile west of Winter Park but you have to drive over Berthoud pass at 11,000 + feet. I hope this helps.
dchogyoji's picture
Can't beat Alyeska in Alaska, where you can see the Turnagain Arm, which is an inlet from the Pacific Ocean. It's practically at sea level. If you don't want to travel that far, then Whistler, BC. is a good choice. In general, the further south you go in North America, the higher the altitude of ski resorts, so Washington, Idaho, or Montana, would be the best bets in the contiguous U.S.

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