See How Your Favorite Ski Towns Rank!

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Do the first few official days of summer already have you thinking about the upcoming ski season? Well, it’s never too early to start thinking about your winter ski vacations! Here is a list of some of Mountain Reservation’s snowiest locations.

As it nears the ski season, make sure to stay updated on all of our winter-time deals and promos. Whether it is your traditional ski resort or a new one you would like to try out, Mountain Reservations has you covered!


Ski Area Location Elevation*
Avg. Yearly Snowfall (Inches) Avg. Yearly Snowfall
Alta Alta, Utah 9600 510 12.95
Sugar Bowl Lake Tahoe, California 7000 450 11.43
Snowbird Snowbird, Utah 8100 449 11.40
Whistler British Columbia, Canada 5413 413 10.49
Solitude Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah 9000 381 9.68
Steamboat Springs Steamboat Springs, Colorado 9200 370 9.40
Jackson Hole Jackson, Wyoming 8250 367 9.32
Vail Vail, Colorado 11250 358 9.09
Mammoth Mammoth Lakes, California 9000 350 8.89
Powder Mountain Eden, Utah 8900 350 8.89
Winter Park Winter Park, Colorado 10800 349 8.86
Beaver Creek Beaver Creek, Colorado 11200 328 8.33
Aspen Snowmass Aspen, Colorado 11000 295 7.49
Park City Park City, Utah 9300 286 7.26
Breckenridge Breckenridge, Colorado 11100 283 7.19
Big Sky Big Sky, Montana 8920 283 7.19
Copper Mountain Summit County, Colorado 11000 280 7.11

* Elevation listed is where measurements were taken for data, not necessarily highest elevation.

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Safe Travels,

The Mountain Reservations Team

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Our Favorite Rocky Mountain Breweries

The phenomenon that is craft beer is sweeping the nation and the Rocky Mountains are taking it head-on. The Colorado mountains are known for its amazing skiing, but the summer months of towns like Aspen, Breckenridge and Vail have a lot to offer as well. Microbreweries have popped up all over Colorado ski towns and they are attracting locals and visitors by the hundreds. Whether you are an avid beer fan or not, the friendly and lively atmospheres, as well as the delicious food of many of the breweries, should be enough to draw you out west into the Rockies! Check out our top brewery picks below!

Aspen brewery

Aspen Brewing Company
304 E. Hopkins Ave. Aspen, CO

Founded in 2008, Aspen Brewing Company is dedicated to brewing delicious craft beer while giving back to their local community. Open seven days a week from 2 P.M. to 10 P.M., Aspen serves cold beers on tap with growlers, cans, and bottles. Come enjoy happy hour everyday from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M or unwind on a Friday or Saturday night with live music throughout the summer and winter months.  The Tap Room and Tasting Room are perfect for any event, or just a place to drink and relax with friends and family.

Visit Aspen today and browse lodging here.

Breckenridge brewery

Broken Compass Brewing Company
68 Continental Court, Unit B12, Breckenridge, CO 

With the motto, “Where it’s Always 5 O’Clock on the Ski Hill,” Broken Compass Brewing is a favorite among Breckenridge locals and visitors. Beers such as the Coconut Porter, the Chili Pepper Pale Ale, or the Chocolate Coffee Stout draw curious beer drinkers from all over the west and with a fun, lively atmosphere, Broken Compass Brewing is the place to be. Open daily from 11:30 A.M. to 11:00 pm, visitors are able to stop by throughout the day and can even bring their own food!

Enjoy the town of Breckenridge today and find lodging here.

Colorado brewery

Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill
435 Lincoln Ave. Steamboat Springs, CO

Known for not only its beer but also its food, Mahogany Ridge Brewery and Grill has been voted the “best hang-out” in Steamboat Springs for years. Mahogany Ridge handcrafts their beer locally in Steamboat Springs and they are consistently praised for their strong character and flavor. Chef Jason Salisbury is dedicated to ensuring that guests leave satisfied and inspired, and the vast menu surely reflects this. Mahogany Ridge is the perfect establishment for friends and family and owners Charlie and Nancy Noble are passionate about providing a family-friendly dining experience.

Come experience all Mahogany Ridge Brewery has to offer and find your Steamboat Springs lodging here.

Telluride brewery Telluride Brewing Company
156 Society Drive, Telluride, CO 

Hailed as one of the highest microbreweries in the world, Telluride Brewing Company takes its Rocky Mountain pride seriously. Brewed straight from the Rocky Mountain snowmelt and made from premium malts, hops, and yeast, Telluride’s beer is award-winning and unlike any other. Known for its close-knit, friendly environment, Telluride Brewing is the perfect place to visit and really experience the beauty and local flair of Telluride.

Come see what all the hype is about and visit Telluride today.

Vail Brewing Company
41290 B-2 & B-3 US HWY 6, Vail, CO 

Vail Brewing Company, specializing in artisan, hand-crafted ales made from mountain fed water and locally sourced hops and malts, is a popular go-to brewery for locals and visitors in the Vail and Beaver Creek area. With a large selection of beers that rotate throughout the seasons, Vail is dedicated to bringing their mountain flair to the growing microbrew craze within the United States and Colorado. Rated as one of the ten best breweries in American ski towns by Business Insider, Vail Brewing Co. does not mess around. Every Vail trip deserves a visit here so come enjoy the local beers among friends, family, live music, and the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

Visit Vail and find lodging here.

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Amazing Adventure Vacations to Take this Summer

The end of April marks the end of spring and beginning of summer season, and what better what to commemorate than by planning your summer adventures? City vacations are so last year, this year is all about the outdoor adventure and beautiful scenery. Check out our favorite spots below!

  • Mammoth Lakes, CA

Mammoth Lakes is a world-class destination resort nestled among the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. Visitors come from all over the world to experience the diverse alpine scenery and vibrant, small-town atmosphere. You can enjoy biking, golfing, hiking, and fishing in the area. Yosemite National Park is also located just 45 minutes north, making Mammoth the perfect summer destination.

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  • Jackson Hole, WY

Jackson Hole embodies “the old west” while standing with one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world — the Tetons. This quaint valley is surrounded by rocky peaks and beautiful lakes, perfect for any outdoor lover. Besides the usual fun outdoor activities like white water rafting, hiking, biking, and fishing, visitors can also experience the famous Jackson Hole Rodeo and Grand Teton Music Festival. Nearby you can visit Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park as well.

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  • Lake Tahoe, CA/NV

The immense beauty of Lake Tahoe is not to be forgotten, and neither are all the outdoor recreation opportunities. Adventure lovers should stay on the North Shore where they will have easy lake access and plenty of room for outside play. The South Shore provides nighttime entertainment, a thriving art scene, and great cuisine for all the foodies out there.

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  • Whistler, BC

We love Whistler, especially during the summer months. Located only two hours from the bustling Vancouver, Whistler is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. With four championship golf courses, 90 restaurants and bars and two mountain peaks for hiking and biking, there is nothing Whistler can’t offer. Be sure to check out the Whistler Village Beer Festival and Squamish Valley Music Festival this summer while you are there!

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  • Vail, CO

Vail may be known as a world-class ski resort during the winter, but it’s also a top destination for summer as well! Home to Bluegrass festivals, an amazing Oktoberfest, great rafting opportunities, and some of the most beautiful sites in Colorado, Vail should not be missed! Vail stays in the mid 70s during the summer, meaning you can do all the outdoor activities you enjoy without the misery of hot and humid air on your back. Be sure to check out the amazing Bavarian style architecture while you are there.

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Safe Travels,

The Mountain Reservations Team


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Explore 6 Amazing Hikes in Northern Utah this Spring!

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The snow is melting, the sun seems to be shining more brightly, and everyone is desperately itching to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. Spring is almost here. More importantly…hiking season is coming, and what better way to prepare yourself than to map out the best hikes to embark on once you cannot take staying indoors any longer. Luckily we’ve got the lowdown on Northern Utah’s best hikes for this spring. So lace up your boot and get ready because spring is coming.

  1. White Pine Lake
    1. Location: Little Cottonwood Canyon
    2. Distance: 10 miles roundtrip (2-2.5 hours one way)
    3. Level: Intermediate
    4. Camping: Yes
  2. Donut Falls
    1. Location: Big Cottonwood Canyon
    2. Distance: 3.5 miles roundtrip
    3. Level: Beginner
    4. Camping: No
  3. The Brighton Lakes – Lake Mary, Martha, and Catherine
    1. Location: Big Cottonwood Canyon – Brighton Ski Resort
    2. Distance: 3.5 miles roundtrip
    3. Level: Intermediate
    4. Camping: No
  4. Broad Forks Basin
    1. Location: Big Cottonwood Canyon
    2. Distance: 3 miles roundtrip
    3. Level: Beginner
    4. Camping: No
  5. Willow Lake
    1. Location: Big Cottonwood Canyon
    2. Distance: 2 miles roundtrip
    3. Level: Beginner
    4. Camping: No
  6. Bells Canyon Lakes
    1. Location: Wasatch Boulevard
    2. Distance: 9 miles roundtrip
    3. Level: Intermediate
    4. Camping: No

Don’t live in Utah? Click HERE to plan a trip now and book lodging at a great price!

Safe Travels,

The Mountain Reservations Team

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The Best Ski Resorts in North America


Each year the famed and respected Forbes magazine puts out their list of the Top 10 Ski Resorts in America, and this year’s list does not disappoint. So without further ado, enjoy.

  1. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Wyoming
  2. Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort, Utah
  3. Alta Ski Resort, Utah
  4. Alyeska Resort, Alaska
  5. Squaw Valley, California
  6. Vail Ski Resort, Colorado
  7. Mammoth Mountain, California
  8. Grand Targhee, Wyoming
  9. Telluride Ski Resort, Colorado
  10. Solitude Mountain Resort, Utah

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Safe Travels,

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Ski Free, Stay Free, Rent Free is BACK!

Big News…our biggest promotion of the year is BACK, and it’s bigger than ever! That’s right– Ski Free, Stay Free, Rent Free has made a comeback. Book now until April 4 at your favorite ski resorts and get one night stay free, one free lift ticket, and one day of free rentals from our friends at Ski Butlers.

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Safe Travels,

The Mountain Reservations Team

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Opening Dates for the 2015/2016 Ski Season Are HERE!

The time has come for all the major ski resorts in North America (and Canada) to release their opening and closing dates for this year’s totally gnarly ski season! Mark your calendars, pack your bags, and hit the slopes!

Opening/Closing Dates




Kicking Horse Dec 12 Apr 12
Banff and Lake Louise Nov 8 May 9
Mont Tremblant Nov 20 April 10
Whistler/Blackcomb Nov 26 May 23


Aspen/Snowmass Nov 26 Apr 17
Aspen Highlands Dec 12 Apr 10
Beaver Creek Nov 25 Apr 10
Breckenridge Nov 13 Apr 17
Buttermilk (Aspen) Dec 12 Apr 3
Copper Mountain Nov 7 Apr 18
Crested Butte Nov 26 Apr 5
Keystone Nov 6 Apr 10
Steamboat Nov 26 Apr 12
Telluride Nov 26 Apr 3
Vail Nov 20 Apr 10
Winter Park Nov 16 Apr 26


Sun Valley Nov 28 Apr 4


Alta Nov 20 Apr 26
Canyons Nov 21 Apr 13
Deer Valley Dec 5 Apr 10
Park City Nov 21 Apr 17
Snowbird Nov 22 May 9


Jackson Hole Nov 26 Apr 1
Grand Targhee Nov 22 Apr 27


Big Sky Nov 28 Apr 20
Moonlight Basin Dec 11 Apr 17

Lake Tahoe

Heavenly Nov 21 Apr 17
Kirkwood Nov 21 Apr 17
Mammoth Nov 11 May 29
Northstar Nov 20 Apr 17
Squaw Nov 25 April 25
Taos Nov 26 Apr 12

New England

Gore (Lake Placid) Nov 23 April 19
Killington Nov 4 May 20
Loon Nov 16 April 19
Stowe Nov 23 April 15
Sugarbush Nov 20 April 10
Sugarloaf Nov 30 May 3
Sunday River Oct 19 May 1
Waterville Valley Nov 23 April 14

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Copper Mountain Set to Open November 6

Good news to all our Colorado friends out there (and also those that wish they were Coloradans)….Copper Mountain is set to open on November 6 this year! Now that ski season looms very near for them (one month to be exact), the resort began making snow in the early hours of this past Saturday. Spokespeople have said once there is a solid base of snow, groomers will come in to pave the trails and get everything ready for the U.S. Ski Team Speed Center.

A full pep rally of of Olympic medalists will be enlisted during Copper Mountain’s opening day, with names including Mikaela Shiffrin, Julia Mancuso, Ted Ligety, and Lindsey Vonn.

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Safe Travels,

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Jackson Hole 50th Anniversary 10-Day Season Pass Details!


Are you looking to be a “passholder” at Jackson Hole, but only ski or board there a few times during the year? To celebrate their 50th Anniversary Jackson Hole is offering a limited time 10-Day Season Pass to Jackson Hole, to be used any day throughout this year’s ski season — November 26 to April 3.

To get your 10-Day Season Pass you’ll be required to redeem in the season pass office at Jackson Hole Resort to take your photo and sign a liability form.


  • Adult 10 Day Pass (Ages 18-64): $799.00
  • Senior 10 Day Pass (Ages 65+): $529.00

To purchase pass today, please visit Jackson Hole’s official website.

For Jackson Hole Lodging, click here.

2015/16 Trail Map

Jackson Hole 2015-16 Trail Map

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3 Men. 2 States. 6 Mountains. 1 Epic Run.


It started with a playful question via email: “If I ski first chair at Beaver Creek and last chair at Park City, what kind of Epic Mix pin do I get for that?”

Epic Mix pins. The Vail Resorts equivalent of participation trophies, boy scout badges, and pieces of flare. These pins track various ‘accomplishments’ an attendee achieves on (most) Vail Resorts mountains. We laughed at the idea, but as the email chain grew longer and longer, we realized it wasn’t all that crazy.

“You wouldn’t even have to set a land-speed record either since there’s night skiing at PCMR!”

Indeed there is. But why just ski Beaver Creek and Park City in one day when there are four other Epic resorts along the way? Destination Experts Matt Danitz, Damian D’Apolito, and Leo Dunn (Triple D) decided it was too Epic not to attempt. Every season Vail Resorts offers the much anticipated Epic Season Pass. This pass includes unlimited access to 12 of the best ski resorts around the world. Five of those sit in Colorado with another in neighboring Utah. Those six mountains were the target for what would become widely known on social media as #THEepicrun.

On paper, it was doable. Though, not without extensive planning. We needed to ski one run at each resort to make it count. With time being such a factor, we needed to research and find the easiest chair lift to access and quickest run to take back to the bottom of each mountain. Our 25+ combined years of industry experience served us well in mapping the routes. The biggest challenge would be parking. Resorts aren’t built to accommodate the single-run skiers, typically. Nevertheless, #THEepicrun would be attempted on March 16, 2015. Our venture received the complete support of our family at VacationRoost. They arranged a mini-van for us to use and some GoPro cameras to record the experience. You know, because no one would believe us otherwise.


1keystone We knew the first mountain would be simple enough. First chair was at 8:30am. For parking we used the underground garage at Arapahoe Lodge in River Run Village. It was a quick 50 yards to the River Run Gondola where we were easily the first ones in line. The liftie working chatted us up and we told him of the Epic day planned. He laughed and gave us a “sure you guys are” kind of look. It was the same look we’d been getting from anyone else who was willing to listen to us the past few days.

With that vote of confidence, we hopped on the River Run Gondola and got off at the midway point. A liftie hollered at us to keep going up. Sorry, brah, we have other mountains to get to. It was nothing but crisp corduroy down the River Run…run. It was quite a site to see the line for the gondola still as long as we left it. I’m sure it was even more of a site to see three skiers zip down the mountain at 8:34am and run as quickly as their ski boots would let them back to the Arapahoe Lodge parking structure. 1/6

 Arapahoe Basin

2abasin First chair for A-basin was 9:00. We didn’t anticipate getting out of Keystone so early, so we were ahead of schedule. It’s a quick 10 minute drive between the resorts. Damian got us there in five (all traffic laws were reasonably obeyed during #THEepicrun). We were surprised to get to A-basin a good 10 minutes before first chair. As expected, though, there were some eager folks ahead of us. We needed to settle for fourth chair this time around.

9:00 hit and we jumped on the Black Mountain Express lift. It was already strange having skied Keystone before then. It had gone so quickly that we were looking forward to enjoying this run a little more. At the top we turned left and took extreme power turns down the High Noon run. It was short lived, but well lived. Another set of fresh tracks from Triple D. 2/6


3breckenridge The ride from A-basin to Breckenridge was about 20 minutes. This gave us a chance to reflect on what we’d already accomplished so early in the day. We were very much ahead of schedule and feeling good. That is, until we got stuck behind a bus on the single lane Swan Mountain Road.

The beauty of Lake Dillon was not enough to distract from the fact that the bus full of undoubtedly non-Colorado natives (Triple D members may or may not be natives themselves) was putting us behind schedule. There was nothing to be done but wait. In our slow moving solitude, a question arose:

“Did we ever figure out parking for Breckenridge?”

No. No we hadn’t. Ideas had been floating around during the planning process, but nothing solidified. We knew Peak 9 would be the best shot at getting in and out of Breckenridge the quickest, but there was no temporary parking in the area. This was when our industry experience would pay off. We reached out to the folks at Beaver Run Resort. They knew us well and were more than willing to give us a hand. Just as we pulled into Breckenridge, we got the go ahead to use their employee parking lot. It was a quick ski-boot run through Beaver Run Resort and we were in line for the Beaver Run Super Chair.

Standing in line, we ran into a fellow co-worker (who was supposed to be at work and shall not be named) by sheer coincidence. Goes to show how small the big ski community is. He got a kick out of our attempt at #THEepicrun and even posed for some pics.

We were excited for the upcoming ski run. Keystone and A-basin were enjoyable, but brief. The Beaver Run Super Chair pretty much takes you to the top of Peak 9. It was the perfect day for cruising down the Columbine and Sundown runs. With time still an issue, Damian used his amazing ski racing skills to get down ahead of the rest of us. It was perfect timing as we rushed to the curbside and he was pulling up with the mini-van……the rear door wide open. 3/6


4Vail Ah, Vail. The crown jewel of the Rockies. The resort so sweet, they named Vail Resorts after her. Or was it the other way around? Regardless, Vail is widely known as having some of the best and most open terrain in the state. The drive went well with Damian doing what he does and getting us there in under 45 minutes.

Parking had been much better arranged than in Breckenridge. The folks at Destination Resorts were kind, as always, and let us park at the Landmark Condos. We had some stairs and an escalator to navigate through Lionshead Village, but before we knew it we were riding the Born Free Express Lift up the mountain and into history.

The Preserve and Born Free runs made for some nice turns on the way down. I may or may not have done a sick daffy grab off a six foot box on the way down. The run had gone so quick that it finally gave us a chance to take a brief stop and grab some Nature Valley bars, which you can’t go five feet in Vail without running into. We weren’t there for a long time, just a good time. 4/6

 Beaver Creek

5Beavercreek The Beav is one of the best kept secrets in Colorado. Close enough to Denver to frequent, but far enough that you can often be the only one on a run. It was 15 minutes from Vail and our last stop before the trek to Utah. We wanted to enjoy this one especially.

We’d gotten the scoop from one of our fellow Destination Experts that parking in Beaver Creek Village would be the best way to go. You can go in and out of the parking garage in no time and the proximity to the lifts is the best. I don’t know if it was the three mountains I’d just skied or the six Nature Valley bars I’d eaten, but I was feeling good.

That was, until we arrive at the Village. Turns out one of the best kept secrets in Colorado had an event going on and parking was at a premium. The two garages in the Village were at capacity. Not good. It was decision time for Triple D. Do we go to Bachelor Gulch Village? Arrowhead Village? We couldn’t, there was not time. As we drove around we made an executive decision to park at The Chapel at the top of the Village. Chapel parking isn’t for skiers, obviously. But I figured we were fine since Damian kept saying all morning that we were “On a mission from God.”

As quickly as we could, we threw on our gear and hightailed it to the Strawberry Park Express. We could see the mini-van as we rode up the lift. All it would take is one tow truck and #THEepicrun would be over. Oh yeah, and we would be hours from home with no way to get there.

The worry faded at the top of the lift when we feasted our eyes on the President Ford’s run below. It was the best snow of the day yet. We were happier than a ripper in freshies as we carved down the run. At that point we didn’t care about #THEepicrun or the mini-van that likely wouldn’t be there when we got back. It was just us and the mountain.

Luckily, the van was still there. 12:03pm. Seven hours to Park City. 5/6

 Park City

6ParkCity The drive from Beaver Creek to Park City gave us a long moment to reflect on what we’d accomplished. Five mountains in half a day was something we were sure few had accomplished. It had been one long adrenaline rush that could never be replicated.

Night skiing in at Park City Mountain Resort ended at 8:00pm. We were on schedule and feeling good about our chances. A couple stops along the way and we were rolling past the beautiful Jordanelle Reservoir and into Park City, Utah around 6:30pm.

Our great nemesis known as parking was not an issue at Park City Mountain Resort, especially for night skiing. We figured most in town were already enjoying the smorgasbord of bars and restaurants in nearby Old Town Park City.

We walked through Mountain Village with our heads held high. They would sing songs about us one day. Perhaps a statue or two. At the very least, an Epic Mix pin (Triple D pin?). We clicked in and took deep breathes. “We did it, boys.”

I imagine our ride up the Payday lift was much similar to the feeling an Oscar winner has when their name is called and they approach the stage. It was a slow walk of extreme gratification and accomplishment. It was as though the bro-brahs shredding the gnar beneath us knew they were in the presence of greatness.

After some photos and autographs at the top, we took our victory lap down the Payday run and then, appropriately, King’s Crown. We took the most powerful of power turns yet. The lights of night skiing shone down on us like spotlights from the heavens. We were the modern day Galileo, Lewis & Clark, and Magellan all rolled into one. Not heroes. Legends.

In the blink of an eye it was over. We met a fellow Destination Expert at Butcher’s Chop House & Bar in Old Town Park City and shared tales of danger and adventure over some of the best steaks ever eaten. It had been an Epic Day, indeed. 6/6 BeaverCreekChapel DrivetoUtah Safe Travels,

Destination Expert Leo Dunn

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