Unique & Thrilling Colorado Ski Resorts

 In Ski Resorts, Skiing

Colorado is known for its world-class skiing. The Rocky Mountains are a winter playground, and the sheer volume of resorts makes Colorado an extremely popular ski destination. But if you’re looking for something a little different, something a little extra, here are five Colorado ski resorts that offer the most stunning scenery, thrilling terrain and unique skiing experiences.


Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Steamboat is located in northwest Colorado, three hours from Denver. The resort’s 17 lifts, 170 trails and 2,965 acres encompass a completely independent mountain range with six peaks. The resort is best known for its gladed areas of Pioneer Ridge, Sunshine and Storm Peak. The legendary Champagne Powder® snow in the trees attracts the most avid of powder hounds.

Telluride Ski Resort

Mountain Village, Colorado

Telluride is known for its variety of terrain and spectacular 360-degree views of the surrounding San Juan Mountains. Sixty percent of the resort’s terrain is dedicated to beginners and intermediates, however you’ll also find some of the steepest, most challenging terrain in the world here. The upper mountain areas of Telluride are reserved for experts only with cliffs, very steep slopes, rocks, challenging hikes, exposed traverses and other hazards for those looking for an extreme adrenaline fix.

Crested Butte Ski Resort

Crested Butte, CO

Crested Butte is a little off the beaten path but is one of the best Colorado ski resorts for more advanced skiers and snowboarders. It’s known for some of the best lift-served extreme terrain in the nation with 61 percent of its 121 runs considered advanced or expert level. It’s also home to private, luxury cat-skiing with some of the greatest backcountry terrain that averages 600 inches of snow each year.

 Beaver Creek Resort

Beaver Creek, CO

Beaver Creek is the heart of Rocky Mountain skiing. It offers a one-of-a-kind mountain vacation experience for all levels of skiers, stunning beauty and a welcoming atmosphere. Just last season, the McCoy Park area was added, adding 250 acres of lift-served ski terrain for beginner and intermediate skiers. The separate, family-friendly zone allows for a more relaxed experience for beginners and families with 17 trails of natural, groomable glades.  At the center of the ski resort’s three distinct base areas you’ll find a charming alpine village.

Vail Ski Resort

Vail, Colorado

More than 5,300 acres of skiable terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls, three vibrant villages, and 300 days of sunshine, make Vail a top pick for skiers all over the world. Like nothing on earth, Vail offers 32 lifts and 195 trails with the longest one clocking in at 4 miles. Enjoy world-class skiing, terrain for all levels, on-mountain dining and three base areas filled with unique shops and restaurants.

Colorado Ski Racks

When your Colorado ski adventure comes to an end, it’s important to protect your skis from unnecessary wear and tear. Log Ski Rack offers a selection of high-quality and custom-built ski, snowboard and longboard racks that are as practical as they are beautiful. Our ski and snowboard racks are constructed out of quality Northern White Cedar logs that is known for its natural beauty and resistance to wear. From wall-hanging ski racks to free-standing racks, we have the best storage solution to fit your needs while adding to the character and charm of your property. Shop our entire selection of Colorado Ski Racks online today, or contact us for a custom ski rack.

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