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A lesser-known rental company took a deep dive into climate and snowfall data, lift ticket prices, and more to rank the 100 best ski resorts in the country. Which US ski resort is the best? Note: There is no wrong answer.
Which ski area is the best? This is a very subjective question. Maybe it’s the one with the easiest access from your hometown, or maybe it’s the one with the greatest snowfall, best terrain park or your favorite on your passport. Overall, we can all call them “the best” – countless publications have already done so.
But vacation rental Koala bear takes a new approach, relying more on climate and snowfall data, and using physical data to compile the American Ski Index list.
In particular, Koala rated the resorts based on the length of the runs, the number of ski lifts, the price of the ski pass, the online rating result, the number of Instagram hashtags, the amount of snowfall last year and the average temperatures from November to April.
Below are the top 10. See the entire top 100 list Here.
The best ski resorts in the USA, rated
- Park City, Utah
- Vail Resort, Colorado
- Winter Park, Colorado
- Breckenridge, Colorado
- Big Sky Resort, Montana
- Jackson Hole, Wyoming
- Mass of snow, Colorado
- Telluride, Colorado
- Keystone Resort, Colorado
- Mount Baker, Washington
Do you agree with the ranking? Which ones surprised you? Let us know in the comments below.
Our Denver staff were pretty happy to see that six of the top 10 resorts are in Colorado. Of course, there are plenty of world-class resorts in other states that we’d love to rip. (We look at you Jackson Hole.)
Naturally, in a pandemic In a world with travel restrictions, there are fewer opportunities to travel in search of performance. And with a view to a ski season with operating and mask restrictions, we will stick to our first instinct.
Which US ski resort is the best? The one who is closest to you.
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