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A skier in a red jacket blows through powder as they pass under a ski lift

Colorado’s World-Renowned Ski Resorts

There’s nothing like skiing in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. When crystalline snowflakes arrive, it blankets our peaks and ridges in light and fluffy powder, creating the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable adventure. Here, every moment feels bigger, every thrill feels heightened and every run will leave you craving more. Choose from over 30 ski resorts sprinkled across the state to spend your days shredding our alpine slopes under bluebird skies and your nights soaking up our après ski activities. Whether you’re a newbie tackling your first bunny hill or a seasoned ripper who loves double blacks, discover how you’ll reach new heights in Colorado.

 

Families and novices alike will find approachable runs at Steamboat Ski Resort and Keystone, as well as plenty of off-slope activities including live music, delicious snacks and fun zones for kids. For those looking for the perfect balance of ski and après, Aspen and Breckenridge do not disappoint. Dine at MICHELIN Guide restaurants and sip on sweet libations at local bars and nightclubs after a day cruising through bowls of fluffy powder. Aspen Snowmass also boasts an impressive adaptive ski and snowboard program for those with physical or cognitive disabilities, as well as autism services. And if you’re an adrenaline junkie looking for black diamonds, Telluride and Vail are famous for their steep, challenging terrain.  

Ready for an unforgettable adventure? Discover your perfect mountain in Colorado.

4 National Parks
30+ Ski Resorts
30 Hot Springs

Après Ski

No day on the slopes is complete without a little après ski to follow it up. Explore our esteemed MICHELIN Guide featuring 44 eateries and discover the five One Star restaurants that will be at the top of your foodie bucket list. And don’t forget to sample our award-winning liquid arts scene while you’re at it. With over 400 craft breweries, over 150 wineries and nearly 100 distilleries across the state, you’re sure to find the perfect pairing for your après adventures.

Beyond the Slopes

There’s more to Colorado than just world-class skiing. With ample opportunities for car-free roaming, Colorado's expansive offerings beyond the slopes make for a superb winter getaway. 

Snowshoe through pristine alpine forests, observing the quiet peace of glittering powder and bird songs as you make your way to frozen waterfalls and scenic overlooks. Ice skate on an alpine lake surrounded by mountain views and lush greenery, or feel the rush of tubing down freshly groomed hills.

When you’re ready to slow things down, pamper yourself with a rejuvenating visit to one of our many wellness retreats or find relaxation in the healing waters of our 30 natural hot springs. And don’t forget to curl up with a cup of gourmet hot cocoa in a horse-drawn sleigh.

No matter your sense of adventure, winter in Colorado has something for every traveler to enjoy. Take a trip across the pond to discover more of what makes a Colorado holiday so unforgettable.

48 MICHELIN-Recognized Restaurants
600+ Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries
10 Scenic & Historic Railroads

How to Get Here

Colorado is well connected with the rest of the U.S. and major international destinations. Situated in the middle of the country with nonstop service from more than 190 domestic and international destinations, Denver International Airport is a great jumping-off point for visiting other places. Access to mountain resorts and other destinations is easy with shuttle services and buses, and the airport can be reached from downtown Denver via the A Line rail. Colorado also offers 12 regional airports including many near ski-resort destinations.

For alternative travel options, Bustang offers routes across the state’s four corners, including a seasonal Snowstang line connecting to Colorado’s many ski resorts. And if you have time on your hands, Amtrak’s California Zephyr makes multiple stops in Colorado on its cross-country route connecting the western states from Illinois to California. 

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