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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 10. Aspen Snowmass, CO 9. Crested Butte, CO 8. Deer Valley Resort, UT 7. Big Sky Resort, Mt 6. Vail, CO 4. Breckenridge, CO 3. Squaw Valley, CA 1. Jackson Hole, WY 2. Snowbird, UT 5. Mammoth Mountain, CA Top 10 Ski Mountains in the United States Marshall Duncan The top 10 Ski/Snowboardmountains are all located in the Mid-West and on the West Coast. Average snowfall in one year is 475 inches and has 2,500 acres of terrain. The mountain also holds theterrain in the U.S. with of vertical drop making it one of the best free skiing place in the world. Averages of snowfall ayear and is famous for its fast moving comfortable lift called the Tram. It is located close to an airport making it an easy location to reach. Averages 450 inches of snowfall per year and has 3,600 acres of land. It has good terrain especially park terrain and isthe in CA. Has around 3,000 acres of land with awesome parkterrain and with America's highestchairlift. It has as a lot of clear days but not as many snow days as other mountains. The high elevation allows for the longest ski season in the United States. This mountain does not have great ski runs but it's features attract a lot of people. It is the second largest ski resort in the United States. It has of terrain and some beautiful views on the way down the slope. On the down side it only averages 354 inches of snowfall a year. Averages 400 inches of snow fall a year and has an enormous amount of terrain of 5,804 acres. That terrain holds but the trails are mostly downhill. The location, repetitive trails and limitedfeatures make it a less visited mountain. This resort is famous for being very attractive to families. It is a not located near many other ski resortswhich makes it not as known in the United States. This mountain has making it a popular mountain for only advanced skiers. It only receives 300 inches of snowfall a year. Averages 300 inches of snowfall a year but it's attract a ton of professional ski/snowboarders. The lack of diverse terrain limits the types of ski/snowboards who visit. Bibliography"The Best Ski Resorts In North America." Fox News. Fox News Network, LLC, 30 Dec. 2014. Web. 3 Feb. 2015. <>. "The Top 10 Ski Resorts In North America." Huffington Post., Inc, 3 Dec. 2014. Web. 3 Feb. 2015. <>. "Top 10 Ski Resorts in North America." Snow Brains. SnowBrains, 21 Jan. 2015. Web. 3 Feb. 2015. <>. "Top 10 Ski Resorts In North America: The Best of the 2014 Freeskier Resort Guide." Free Skier. Storm Mountain, 25 Nov. 2013. Web. 3 Feb. 2015. <>. BEST BACK COUNTRY 4,100 feet 500 inches best on the mountain resort five peaks difficult and unique terrain park 5,200 acres 299 trails double click to change this title text! family friendly resort difficult terrain magnificent park terrain
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