Top Colorado Ski Resorts

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The Colorado Rockies hold some of the best skiing in North America. Whether you are looking for a relaxing groomer or expert cliffs, Colorado is an amazing skiing and snowboarding destination. With over 30 resorts, it can be hard to find the right place to start your winter adventure. Gearo has you covered with our picks for the top Colorado ski resorts.   Best for Snowboarders  Breckenridge  This fun ski town is perfect for snowboarders. The mountain itself has 2,908 skiable acres, 40% of that terrain being in the high alpine. This makes for amazing, long runs to carve some turns on. 34 lifts service this vast terrain and make for short lift lines and fast laps. The town of Breckenridge has an amazing ski town charm with lots of local art and restaurants. The main gondola brings skiers and riders from downtown to the mountain base...

Best Terrain Parks at Crested Butte

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Crested Butte is one of the last authentic ski towns. They bring this local attitude to their amazing terrain parks on the mountain. Whether you are a beginner looking to try your hand at the rails for the first time or are already perfecting your backflip, Crested Butte has the parks for you. Here are our picks for the best terrain parks at Crested Butte.    Ten Peaks Progression Park   This park is the perfect place to start your terrain park journey. Ten Peaks Progression Park offers beginner lines with smaller features for those who are just getting started or looking to practice a new trick before the bigger features. The park is accessible by lifts Painter Boy, Gold Link, and Prospect. As an added plus, this park is usually the warmest spot on the mountain.    Keystone Jib Park   Head to this park for...

Best Terrain Parks at Aspen/Snowmass

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People worldwide know Aspen-Snowmass for its skiing and snowboarding. It is no surprise that its terrain parks are just as amazing as its fine dining and pristine slopes. Whether you are a beginner looking to try your hand at the rails for the first time or are already perfecting your backflip, Aspen-Snowmass has the parks for you. Here are our picks for the best terrain parks at Aspen/Snowmass.   Lowdown Park   Located on the Lower Blue Grouse Trail alongside the Village Express Lift, this park is made for beginners. The features are rated beginner and low-intermediate-level. There are rails, boxes, and even a beginner half pipe in this family friendly terrain park. Head here to begin your journey to the X-Games.    Makaha Park   Makaha Park is the perfect next step from the beginner level Lowdown Park....