Top Vermont Ski Resorts

Vermont Ski Resorts
 Top Four Vermont Ski Resorts- Gearo Vermont ski resorts never disappoint with the 20-25 feet of snow expected each winter season. November through April, Vermont resorts are known to be super consistent with their snow coverage. Additionally, the resorts of Vermont have also produced more Winter Olympic Athletes per capita than any other state in the Nation. Keep reading for the top four resorts for skiing and snowboarding in Vermont.    Killington - Top Ski Resort  Killington has earned it's spot at the top of the list because it's the largest ski resort in the east. In fact, the resort covers the largest amount of skiable terrain in Vermont with 1,977 acres. The resort is home to 155 trails, 21 lifts, and 6 terrain parks. The size of this resort means there is terrain for all ability levels due and a wide variety of groomers, moguls,...

Vail Ski Resort

Vail Skiing and Snowboarding Vail Resorts is one of the biggest hospitality corporations in the world and owns several dozen ski resorts. Additionally, the Epic Pass originated with Vail Ski Resort. Vail, Colorado, is considered one of the tops resort destinations in North America due to the quality skiing and luxurious amenities. Included at the resort are three main bases with varying ability levels: Lionshead, Vail Village, Golden Peak. Here at Gearo, we want to share with you all the information you need for a ski and snowboard trip to Vail. Total Skiable Acres 5,289  Beginner Terrain  18% Base Elevation  8,120'  Intermediate Terrain 29% Summit Elevation  11,570  Advanced Terrain  28% Vertical Drop 3,450'  Expert Terrain 25%Total Lifts 31 Average Annual Snowfall 348"Vail Ski...

Top California Skiing and Snowboarding Resorts

California Ski Resorts
Top California Ski Resorts California is home to some of the best ski resorts in North America. With mild winters and countless resorts lined up and down the Sierra Nevada mountain range, you won't want to miss days spent on the slopes at these resorts. Below, Gearo has put together a list of the top ski resorts in California to help you decide where your next ski vacation will be. Top California Ski Resorts StatsSquaw Valley Alpine Meadows Olympic Valley, CA Skiable Terrain 3600 AcresHeavenly South Lake Tahoe, CA  Skiable Terrain 4800 AcresMammoth Mountain Mammoth Lakes, CA  Skiable Terrain  3500 AcresKirkwood Kirkwood, CA  Skiable Terrain  2300 AcresNorthstar Truckee, CA Skiable Terrain 3170 Acres1. Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows - Top California Ski Resort Topping the list at number...

Telluride Skiing and Snowboarding

Telluride Ski Resort
Telluride Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain  Telluride is one of the most sought after ski towns due to the incredible views surrounding the small town and accessibility to skiing and snowboarding. Although this resort is about 6 hours from Denver, many snow-seekers head here to vacation because of it's easy access to the mountain and the luxurious, exclusive feel. Additionally, Telluride Ski Resort has plenty of terrain for every ability level but truly shines when it comes to the expert terrain. Here at Gearo, we've got all the information you could need for skiing and snowboarding in Telluride. Total Skiable Acres  2,000 acres  Beginner Terrain 23% Base Elevation  8,725'  Intermeidate Terrain  36%Highest Elevation 12,570'  Expert Terrain  41% Vertical Drop 4,425'  Average Annual...

Durango, Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding

Durango, Colorado
 Durango, Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding Durango, Colorado, holds some incredible skiing and snowboarding terrain due to the notoriously spectacular conditions there. Visitors looking to ski and snowboard have many options by visiting this classic Colorado ski town. The resorts nearby to Durango include Purgatory, Wolf Creek Ski Area, Silverton Mountain, and Hesperus ski area. Gearo is here to inform you of information on these places to ski and ride. Durango, Colorado Skiing, and Snowboarding Purgatory Located in the massive San Juan mountains about 25 miles north of downtown Durango, CO. The ski area is known for its dry powder due to frequent snowstorms. Additionally, Purgatory offers around 1600 acres of skiable terrain and 105 trails. Lastly, Purgatory is the most family-friendly resort in the area, with 20% of the resort trails being...

Crested Butte Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding

Crested Butte, Colorado
Crested Butte Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding Crested Butte, Colorado, is considered one of the last great ski towns in North America. This gem is located on the western slope of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, and holds some of the steepest and most extreme skiing and snowboarding there is. In addition, this ski town is located about 4 hours driving from Denver, tucked away just 30 minutes from Gunnison, Colorado. Although you can fly into Gunnison, many prefer to make the drive due to the breathtaking views along the way. We at Gearo have you covered with insider tips on visiting Crested Butte. Crested Butte Mountain Resort StatisticsSkiable Acres 1,547  Beginner Terrain  26%Base Elevation 9,375'  Intermediate Terrain  57%Summit Elevation 12,162  Advanced Terrain  14%Vertical Drop 3,062  Expert...

Top Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding Resorts

Top Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding Resorts Colorado has some of the top skiing and snowboarding resorts in all of North America. There are just about 26 resorts to choose from in the state of Colorado, many of which just a couple hours away via I-70. Some ski resorts relatively close to Denver include Breckenridge, Keystone, and Vail. There are world-class resorts a little further from the city as well, such as Aspen Snowmass, and Steamboat. Map of Colorado Ski Resorts These are the top five ski and snowboard resorts in Colorado Breckenridge Ski Resort - Top Colorado skiing and snowboarding resort: The Town: Winter in Breckenridge is special for many due to the rich history and local culture that bring the town together. The town of Breckenridge was founded in 1859, when gold was discovered along the Blue River. It wasn't until 1961...

Denver Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding

Denver, Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding
Denver Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding If you're new to Denver, or just looking to go skiing or snowboarding for the day, there are plenty of ski resorts within an hour of the mile-high city. Gearo is here to give you our take on these resorts so you can better plan your day trip or vacation from Denver.Denver, Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding ResortsResortDistance from DenverSkiable Terrain Base ElevationEcho Mountain36.2 miles60 acres 10,650 ftLoveland51.5 miles1800 acres 10,800 ftEldora  Mountain48.5 miles680 acres9,403 ftRuby Hill Terrain Park6.2 miles 88 acres5,390 ftSkiing and Snowboarding close to Denver, Colorado: 1. Echo Mountain - Closest to Denver, Colorado Echo Mountain is the closest and most affordable ski...

Breckenridge Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding

Crested Butte, Colorado
Breckenridge Colorado Skiing and SnowboardingBreckenridge Ski Resort has a reputation for being one of the largest and most well-designed ski resorts in Colorado. With around 2900 acres of ski terrain, five peaks, and 187 trails to choose from within boundaries, the skiing and snowboarding opportunities here are endless. Each of the five peaks are rated by ability level, so that skier and riders can easily choose which terrain is right for their ability level.  These are the Five Peaks at Breckenridge that Skiers and Snowboarders can ride: Peak 6 - INTERMEDIATE/EXPERT Peak 6 is one of Breckenridge’s newest additions, adding over 500 acres of skiable terrain to the resort. This peak gets hit hard by snowstorms, leaving the bowls on Peak 6 full of that infamous Colorado powder. While the bowls are a favorite of expert level...

Aspen, Colorado Skiing and Snowboarding

Aspen Skiing and Snowboarding
Aspen, Colorado Skiing and SnowboardingSkiing and snowboarding in Aspen, Colorado is endless. The world-class destination holds some of the largest terrains in the state of Colorado. Aspen has four mountains that cater to all levels of skiers and riders. The four mountains are Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk, Aspen Snowmass, and Aspen Highlands. Aspen Skiing Company truly has it all, and Gearo is here to give you the guidance you need when choosing which mountain to visit and shops to rent from. Where is Aspen, Colorado? - skiing and snowboarding Aspen, Colorado is located in the middle of the state in the roaring fork valley about 198 miles from Denver. There is a local airport but most visitors prefer to fly to DIA because flights are cheaper and driving is beautiful.  Aspen's Four Mountains for skiers and snowboarders: Aspen Mountain-...