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Skiing

Skiing is a way of traveling over snow, using skis strapped to one's feet. In modern times it has been mostly an athletic activity. Skis are used in conjunction with boots that connect to the ski with use of a binding. Commonly, ski poles or "stocks" are used to improve balance and timing as well as for propulsion. Skiing can be grouped into two general categories: Nordic and Alpine.

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Ski resort

A ski resort is a resort developed for skiing and other winter sports. In Europe a ski resort is a town or village in a ski area - a mountainous area, where there are ski trails and supporting services such as hotels and other accommodation, restaurants, equipment rental and a ski lift system.

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Aspen, Colorado

The City of Aspen is a Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat and the most populous city of Pitkin County, Colorado, United States. The United States Census Bureau placed the city's population at 6,658 in 2010. Founded as a mining camp in the Colorado Silver Boom and named because of the abundance of aspen trees in the area, the city is now a ski resort and an upscale tourist center.

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Sugar Bowl

The Sugar Bowl is an annual American college football bowl game played in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Sugar Bowl has been played annually since January 1, 1935, and celebrated its 75th anniversary on January 2, 2009. The Sugar Bowl, along with the Orange Bowl and Sun Bowl, are the second-oldest bowl games in the country, behind the Rose Bowl (first played 1902, played annually since 1916). The Sugar Bowl is also a member of the Bowl Championship Series.

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Whistler, British Columbia

This article is about the resort municipality. For the ski resort operation see Whistler Blackcomb.

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Sun Valley, Idaho

Sun Valley is a resort city in Blaine County in the central part of the U.S. state of Idaho, adjacent to the city of Ketchum, situated within the greater Wood River valley. The population was 1,406 at the 2010 census, down from 1,427 in 2000. The elevation of Sun Valley (at the Lodge) is 5,920 feet (1,804 m) above sea level. The area is served by Friedman Memorial Airport in Hailey, approximately 15 miles (24 km) south.

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Telluride, Colorado

The town of Telluride is the county seat and most populous town of San Miguel County in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of Colorado. The town is a former silver mining camp on the San Miguel River in the western San Juan Mountains. The Telluride Historic District, which includes a significant portion of the town, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is also one of Colorado's 20 National Historic Landmarks.

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Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Blackcomb is a major ski resort located 125 km north of Vancouver, in British Columbia, Canada. By many measures it is the largest ski resort in North America; it is 50% larger than its nearest competitor in terms of size, has the greatest uphill lift capacity, and until 2009, had the highest vertical skiable distance by a wide margin.

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Squaw Valley Ski Resort

Squaw Valley Ski Resort in Olympic Valley, California, is one of the largest ski areas in the United States, and was the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. It is the second-largest ski area at Lake Tahoe after Heavenly, with 33 chairlifts, and has the only funitel lift in the U.S. The resort attracts approximately 600,000 skiers a year.

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Resort town

A resort town, sometimes called a resort city or resort destination, is a town or area where tourism or vacationing is a primary component of the local culture and economy. Most resort towns have one or more actual resorts in or nearby, although some places are considered resort towns merely because of their popularity among tourists.

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Sundance

Sundance Resort is a ski resort located 13 miles (21 km) northeast of Provo, Utah, spanning over 5,000 acres (2,000 ha) on the slopes of Mount Timpanogos in Utah's Wasatch Range. Snow skiing began on the site in 1944. Actor Robert Redford acquired the area in 1969, and established a year-round resort which would later spawn the independent Sundance Film Festival and the non-profit Sundance Institute.

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Mount Hotham

Mount Hotham is a mountain in Victoria, Australia. It is home to Hotham Alpine Resort. The mountain is located approximately 357 kilometres (222 mi) north east of Melbourne, 746 kilometres (464 mi) from Sydney, and 997 kilometres (620 mi) from Adelaide by road. Mt Hotham's summit rises to an altitude of 1,861 metres (6,106 ft) above sea level.

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Les Arcs

Les Arcs is a ski resort located in Savoie, France, in the Tarentaise Valley town of Bourg-Saint-Maurice. Initially created by Robert Blanc and Roger Godino. It is a part of the huge Paradiski system which is under ownership by Compagnie des Alpes, a French-listed company owning several other ski resorts as well as theme parks.

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Vail Ski Resort

Vail Ski Resort is located in Eagle County, Colorado, next to the town of Vail. Vail Mountain, at 5,289 acres (2,140 ha), is the largest single mountain ski resort in the United States, featuring seven bowls and intermediate gladed terrain in Blue Sky Basin. It opened in 1962 and is currently owned and operated by Vail Resorts, which also operates three other ski resorts in the state as well as Heavenly Ski Resort and Northstar at Tahoe, at Lake Tahoe.

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Aspen Mountain (ski area)

Aspen Mountain (often called by its former name of Ajax among locals) is a ski area located in Pitkin County, Colorado, just outside and above the city of Aspen. It is situated on the north flank of Aspen Mountain (for which it is named) and the higher Bell Mountain at an elevation of 11,212 ft (3418 m) just to the south of Aspen Mountain.

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Perisher Ski Resort

Perisher (known as Perisher Blue until 2009) is the largest ski resort in the southern hemisphere. Located in the Australian Snowy Mountains, the resort is an amalgamation of four villages and their associated ski fields, covering approximately 12 square kilometres (4.6 sq mi), with the base elevation at 1,640 metres (5,380 ft) AHD, and the summit elevation of 2,054 metres (6,739 ft) at the top of Mount Perisher.

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Snowbird, Utah

Snowbird is an unincorporated area based in Little Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Range of the Rocky Mountains in Salt Lake County, Utah, U.S. It is most famous for Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort, an alpine skiing and snowboarding area, which opened in December 1971.

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Indoor ski slope

Indoor ski slopes are found in several countries, proving a climate controlled environment can be maintained in which snow can be manufactured using a snow cannon, enabling skiing and snowboarding to take place year-round.

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Alta Ski Area

Alta is a ski area located in the Wasatch Mountains, just east of Salt Lake City, Utah. With a skiable area of 2200 acres (8.9 km²), beginning at a base elevation of 8530 ft (2600 m) and rising to 10,550 ft (3216 m) for a vertical gain of 2020 ft (616 m). Alta is one of the oldest ski resorts in the country, opening its first lift in 1939. It has an average annual snowfall of 514 inches (1,306 cm).

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Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a ski resort at Teton Village, Wyoming. Located 12 miles (19 km) northwest of Jackson and due south of Grand Teton National Park in Teton County, it is named after the historically significant Jackson Hole valley. The region is served by the Jackson Hole Airport.

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Heavenly Mountain Resort

Heavenly Mountain Resort is a ski resort located on the California-Nevada border in South Lake Tahoe. It has 97 runs and 30 lifts that are spread between California and Nevada and four base facilities.

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Vail Resorts

Vail Resorts, Inc. runs four ski resorts in Colorado as well as three in Lake Tahoe and a summer resort in Wyoming. They also own luxury resort hotels throughout the United States. The company trades on the New York Stock Exchange, symbol MTN. The company is headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado.

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Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain Resort is a ski resort in Park City, Utah, located 34 miles (55 km) east of Salt Lake City. The resort has been a major tourist attraction for skiers from all over the United States, as well as a main employer for many of Park City's citizens. Park City, as the resort is often called by locals, contains several training courses for the U.S. Ski Team, including slalom and giant slalom runs.

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Breckenridge Ski Resort

Breckenridge Ski Resort, or just Breck, is perenially one of North America's top two most visited ski resorts, and is located in Summit County, Colorado in the town of Breckenridge. The resort is owned and operated by Vail Resorts, Inc. , which also operates three other resorts in the state, and also in California Heavenly Ski Resort and Northstar at Tahoe at Lake Tahoe.

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Jahorina

Jahorina, is a mountain in south-eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in Pale, Republika Srpska. It borders fellow Olympic mountain Trebević. Jahorina is 1913 meters (6276 feet) tall, making it the second tallest of Sarajevo's mountains, behind Bjelašnica. Like other three mountains, Igman, Bjelašnica and Trebević, Jahorina is a popular destination for a variety of outdoor sports and activities. During the 1984 Winter Olympics, Jahorina was the site of the women's alpine skiing events.

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Mammoth Mountain Ski Area

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is a large ski resort located in Eastern California, along the east side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the Inyo National Forest.

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Brighton Ski Resort

Brighton Ski Resort is a ski area located in Big Cottonwood Canyon, 30 miles (48 km) from downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. Brighton Ski Resort was the first ski resort in Utah, and one of the first in the United States. Brighton was started in 1936 when members of the Alpine Ski Club built a rope tow from wire and an old elevator motor. Brighton claims to be a "no-frills" resort whose sole business is to provide skiers and snowboarders with top-notch trails.

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Sunday River (ski resort)

Sunday River is a ski resort located in Newry, Maine, in the United States. It is one of Maine's largest and most visited ski resorts. Its vertical drop of 2,340 feet (710 m) is the second largest in Maine and the sixth largest in New England. The resort features 133 trails across eight interconnected mountain peaks, and is serviced by a network of 16 lifts.

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Copper Mountain (Colorado)

Copper Mountain is a mountain located in Summit County, Colorado, about 75 miles (121 km) west of Denver on Interstate 70. Opened in late 1972, its most notable use is as a ski resort, owned and operated by Intrawest until Dec. 2009, when operations were sold to Powdr Corporation. The ski area features beginner slopes on the western side of the mountain, intermediate slopes in the center, and expert terrain on the eastern side.

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Killington Ski Resort

Killington Mountain Resort & Ski Area is a ski resort near Killington, Vermont. It is the largest ski area in the Eastern United States, and has the largest vertical in New England as well at 3050 feet.

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Winter Park Resort

Winter Park Resort is an alpine ski resort in Winter Park, Colorado in the Rocky Mountains. Located just off U.S. Highway 40, the resort is about an hour and a half's drive from Denver, Colorado.

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Snowmass (ski area)

Snowmass is a part of the Aspen/Snowmass ski resort complex located in western Colorado near the town of Aspen, Colorado. It is owned and operated by the Aspen Skiing Company. Snowmass is the largest of the four Aspen/Snowmass mountains, comprising 3,128 acres (1,266 ha). The mountain is most notable for its wide cruiser runs, family-friendly atmosphere, and extensive ski-in/ski-out lodging.

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Mineral King

Mineral King is a subalpine glacial valley located in the southern part of Sequoia National Park, in the U.S. state of California. The valley lies at the headwaters of the East Fork of the Kaweah River, which rises at the eastern part of the valley and flows northwest. Accessed by a long and narrow winding road, the valley is mostly popular with backpackers and hikers.

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Big Sky Resort

Big Sky Resort is a 3,832-acre (15.51 km) ski resort located in southwestern Montana in Madison County, an hour south of Bozeman via U.S. Highway 191 in Big Sky. Opened in late 1973, Big Sky has grown over the last 35 years. Trademarked as the "Biggest Skiing in America" through the Biggest Skiing in America Pass, skiers and riders have access to over 5,532 acres (22.39 km). Three-quarters of the vast terrain is Big Sky Resort, with the remaining trails at Moonlight Basin.

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Krasnaya Polyana, Krasnodar Krai

Krasnaya Polyana is an urban locality under the jurisdiction of the city of Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia. Population: 4,599; 3,969; 3,300. Located in the Western Caucasus, it is home to the new Rosa Khutor alpine ski resort, with a base elevation of 560 m (1,837 ft) along the Mzymta River, 39 km (24 mi) from its influx into the Black Sea in Adlersky City District of Sochi.

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Okemo Mountain

Okemo Mountain Resort is a ski resort located in Ludlow, Vermont. Before becoming a popular ski resort destination, Ludlow was originally a mill town, and was the home of a General Electric plant until 1977. The resort experienced 600,000 skier visits in 2009. Parents Magazine rated it the Top US Family Snow Resort.

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Mont Tremblant Resort

Mont Tremblant Ski Resort (known as Tremblant) is a year-round resort in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Canada, about 130 km northwest of Montreal. It is best known as a ski destination, but also features a lake suitable for swimming and two golf courses in the summer months. The name of the mountain, Mont Tremblant, was derived from the local Algonquin natives, who called it the "trembling mountain.

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Sugarloaf (ski resort)

Sugarloaf (formerly Sugarloaf/USA) is a ski area and resort located on Sugarloaf Mountain in Carrabassett Valley, western Maine. It is the largest ski resort east of the Mississippi, in terms of number of trails (146), skiable acreage (1,400 acres/570 ha), and snowmaking percentage (95%); its continuous vertical drop of 2,820 feet (860 m) is the second longest in New England (after Killington's 3,050 feet).

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Whitefish Mountain Resort

Whitefish Mountain Resort is a ski resort located at The Big Mountain in northwestern Montana, located west of Glacier National Park in the Flathead National Forest. It is 4 miles (6 km) from the town of Whitefish and 21 miles (34 km) north of the city of Kalispell.

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Yongpyong Ski Resort

Yongpyong Ski Resort (용평리조트) is a ski resort located in Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do of South Korea. As well as skiing facilities, the resort offers golf in the summer months. The ski season runs from November to early April. Yongpyong will host technical alpine skiing events for the 2018 Winter Olympics (slalom and giant) and 2018 Winter Paralympics, and was also involved in the bids for 2010 and and 2014 Winter Olympics .

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Keystone, Colorado

Keystone is a census-designated place (CDP) in Summit County, Colorado, United States. The population was 825 at the 2000 census. The Dillon Post Office serves Keystone postal addresses. Keystone is the home of the Keystone Resort. Originally constructed in the 1970s by the Ralston Purina Company, it is now owned by Vail Resorts. The Keystone Resort ski area occupies 3 separate mountains. The resort has several summer and winter outdoor activities.

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Yellowstone Club

The Yellowstone Club, also Yellowstone Ski Resort, is an invitation-only residential club, ski resort, and golf resort located in the state of Montana, USA. The Rocky Mountain ski and golf club is located in eastern Madison County, just west of Big Sky, Montana, south of Bozeman and northwest of Yellowstone National Park. The club entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in November 2008 and emerged from bankruptcy in July 2009.

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Portillo, Chile

Portillo is a ski resort located 160 kilometers (99 mi) from Santiago, Chile, near the city of Los Andes. It rises 2880 meters above sea level and its highest point reaches 3332 meters above sea level. Ski Portillo has 23 ski trails and 12 lifts. Plans to build the ski area were drawn up in the 1930s, construction began in 1942 and the ski area was opened in 1949.

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Big White Ski Resort

Big White Ski Resort, or simply Big White, is a ski resort located 56 km (35 mi) southeast of Kelowna in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. Located on Big White Mountain, the highest summit in the Okanagan Highland, an upland area between the Monashee Mountains and the Okanagan Valley, it is the second largest resort in British Columbia after Whistler-Blackcomb and is the sister resort of Silver Star Mountain Resort.

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Mt Norquay

Mt. Norquay is a mountain and ski resort in Banff National Park, Canada that lies directly northwest of the Town of Banff. The regular ski season starts early December and ends mid-April. Mount Norquay is one of three major ski resorts located in the Banff National Park.

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Bristol Mountain Ski Resort

Bristol Mountain Ski Resort, also known as Bristol Mountain Winter Resort, is a ski resort located in South Bristol, New York in the Finger Lakes region. It is located 30 miles (48 km) from the center of Rochester, New York, the nearest major city to the resort, and about 10 miles (16 km) from Canandaigua on State Route 64. Currently, Bristol Mountain Resort features many trails ranging from easiest (green circle) to difficult (double black diamonds).

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Cranmore Mountain Resort

Cranmore Mountain Resort, operating in the summer as Cranmore Mountain Adventure Park, is a ski area located in North Conway, New Hampshire. It began operations in 1937, and was owned until 1984 by the Schneider family. During the late 1980s and 1990s, ownership of the resort changed hands several times; it is now owned by a group of New England businessmen and is undergoing several years of expansion and modernization.

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June Mountain Ski Area

June Mountain Ski Area is a winter resort in northern California, located near June Lake, southeast of Yosemite National Park. June Mountain hosted the 2006 Ski Mountaineering Race Series and the ski and snowboard portions of the 2006 California Winter Games in March 2006.

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Cavalese cable car disaster (1998)

The Cavalese cable car disaster of 1998 (as distinct from a cable car disaster in the same location in 1976), occurred on 3 February 1998 near the Italian town of Cavalese, a ski resort located in the Dolomites, some 40 km (25 mi) northeast of Trento. The disaster, which led to the death of 20 people, occurred when a United States Marine Corps EA-6B Prowler cut a cable supporting a gondola of an aerial tramway. The pilot, Captain Richard J.

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Sugar Bowl Ski Resort

Sugar Bowl is a ski and snowboard area in northern Placer County near Norden, California along the Donner Pass of the Sierra Nevada, approximately 46 mi (74 km) west of Reno, Nevada on Interstate 80, that opened on December 15, 1939. Sugar Bowl is a medium sized ski area in the Lake Tahoe region, and is well known for its long history, significant advanced terrain, high annual snowfall and being one of the closest ski areas to the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Canaan Valley Resort State Park

Canaan Valley Resort State Park is a state park within Canaan Valley, Tucker County, West Virginia. Located in the highest valley east of the Mississippi River, the park contains the second-largest inland wetland area in the United States. The valley featured the first commercial ski development in West Virginia.

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La Molina (ski resort)

La Molina is a ski resort in the Pyrenees mountains of northeastern Spain, in the municipality of Alp in the comarca of Cerdanya in Girona, Catalonia. Together with Masella, it forms the Alp 2500 resort. It is the site of the first ski lift in Spain, opened on February 28, 1943, and Spain's first ski school, which opened a year later. It is served by a RENFE train station.

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Seven Springs Mountain Resort

Seven Springs Mountain Resort is an all season resort located in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania. The resort is officially listed in the borough of Seven Springs but some sources still list it as Champion, as it previously was. It has a fairly high elevation for a Pennsylvania ski area, at 3001 feet above sea level. There is a wide variety of activities offered at this resort, including fishing, hiking, and golfing in the summer and skiing and snowboarding in the winter.

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Hoodoo (ski area)

Hoodoo is a ski resort near the summit of Santiam Pass on U.S. Route 20, in the central Cascade Range of Oregon, U.S. The ski area operates on federal land through agreement with Willamette National Forest on Hoodoo Butte, a volcanic cinder cone.

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Hunter Mountain (ski area)

Hunter Mountain is a ski resort located about three hours up the New York State Thruway (I-87) north-northwest of New York City. It features a 1,600-foot (488 m) vertical drop. From its inception in the late 1950s, the management of Hunter Mountain has employed extensive snowmaking facilities.

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Formigal

Formigal, officially Aramón Formigal, is a ski resort in the Aragon Pyrenees of northeastern Spain. It is near the town of Sallent de Gallego in the upper Tena Valley in the province of Huesca.

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Steamboat Ski Resort

Steamboat Ski Area is a major ski area in northwestern Colorado, operated by the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation in Steamboat Springs. It is located on Mount Werner, a mountain in the Park Range in the Routt National Forest. The ski area first opened on January 12, 1963. The ski area has 165 named trails spread over 2,965 acres (12.00 km). Fourteen percent are classified as beginner level, forty-two percent as intermediate, and forty-four percent as advanced.

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Lake Mountain

Lake Mountain is a cross-country ski resort in Victoria 90 km from Melbourne. It is the most popular ski resort in Australia in visitor numbers due to its proximity to the populous city of Melbourne, mainly from casual visitors. Lake Mountain Alpine Resort is an Unincorporated area of Victoria surrounded by the Shire of Murrindindi. There is no lake at Lake Mountain, the area was named after George Lake, who was the Surveyor-General of the area including the mountain.

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Canyons Resort

Canyons Resort is one of three alpine ski resorts located in Park City, Utah. With 19 chairlifts, 4,000 acres (14 km²) of skiable terrain and an average of 355" of snow each winter, Canyons is the largest ski and snowboard resort in Utah. The base area is located 32 miles (51 km) from the Salt Lake City International Airport, accessed via Interstate 80, and is four miles (7 km) from Main Street in Park City, along State Route 224.

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Dizin

Dizin is a ski resort situated to the Karaj in the Alborz mountain range. The huge Dizin ski resort was established in 1969 http://www. skifed. ir/slopes1. htm. The ski season in Dizin also lasts longer than European ski resorts(from December to May) because of its high altitude. The highest ski lift reaches 3,600 m (11,800 ft), making it one of the 40 highest ski resorts in the world.

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Loveland Ski Area

The Loveland Ski Area is located near the town of Georgetown, Colorado. The area is one of the closest to the Denver metropolitan area and Front Range corridor, making it popular with locals. It is located within the Arapahoe National Forest. The company is operated by Virginia Lee Upham of Mineral Wells, Texas, widow of previous owner Chet Upham.

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Wisp Ski Resort

The Wisp Ski Resort now in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy and default on financing is located next to Deep Creek Lake in the town of McHenry in Garrett County, Maryland. The resort is near the border with West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania/Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area. It is located 32 miles from Cumberland, Maryland, 2 hours from Pittsburgh, 3.5 hours from Washington, DC and 4 hours from Baltimore. The Wisp Resort is the only full ski resort in Maryland.

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Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Crested Butte Mountain Resort is a ski resort located at Mount Crested Butte in Gunnison County, Colorado, United States.

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Elk Mountain Ski Area

Elk Mountain Ski Resort is set in the Endless Mountains on the summit of Elk Mountain's North Knob, 30 miles north of Scranton PA. The mountain has been given favorable reviews from Ski Magazine, including a listing in "Six Unsung Heroes", a roundup of hidden gems in skiing.

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Blue Mountain (ski resort)

Blue Mountain is an alpine ski resort in Ontario, Canada, just northwest of Collingwood. It is situated on a section of the Niagara Escarpment about 1 km (0.6 mi. ) from Nottawasaga Bay, and is a major destination for skiers from southern Ontario. On average, Blue Mountain sells more than 750,000 lift tickets per year, making it the third-busiest ski resort in Canada, after Whistler-Blackcomb in British Columbia and Mont Tremblant in Quebec.

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Mount Hood Meadows

Mount Hood Meadows is one of the largest ski resorts in the US state of Oregon and the largest ski resort near Mount Hood. It is located about 67 miles (108 km) east of Portland, and 35 miles (56 km) from Hood River along Oregon Route 35. It has both alpine and Nordic ski areas and offers night skiing, lessons and equipment rentals. There are no overnight accommodations at Mount Hood Meadows itself, but a number of hotels and motels nearby offer shuttle services to the resort.

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Powder Mountain

This article is about the ski resort in Utah. For the mountain in British Columbia, Canada, see Powder Mountain (British Columbia), and for its associated icefield see Powder Mountain Icefield.

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Alpine Meadows, California

Alpine Meadows is an unincorporated community in Placer County, California. The community is located on Bear Creek, 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Tahoe City, at an elevation of 6,480 ft (1,980 m).

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Bear Mountain (ski area)

Bear Mountain, formerly Goldmine Mountain, is a ski area in Southern California. It is the sister resort of Snow Summit, together known as Big Bear Mountain Resorts. In 2002 Bear Mountain was purchased by Snow Summit, and the two resorts are now accessible with a single lift ticket.

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Brian Head Ski Resort

Brian Head Ski Resort, officially called just "Brian Head Resort", is a ski area located at the town of Brian Head, Utah on Brian Head Peak in the southern Wasatch Range at the base of Parowan, Utah, United States. Opened in 1965, it is Utah's highest ski resort. Brian Head is owned by Jim Trees and is operated and managed by Henry Hornberger of Parowan.

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Moonlight Basin

Moonlight Basin is a ski resort in southwestern Montana, located in the Madison Range of the Rocky Mountains near the resort village of Big Sky. Today, it is connected through a chairlift to the ski resort of Big Sky. The resort's land was purchased in 1992 from Big Sky Lumber Company and began as Moonlight Basin Ranch, a real estate development on the north edge of the adjacent Big Sky Resort.

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Jay Peak Resort

Jay Peak Resort is an American ski resort located on Jay Peak, outside the village of Jay in the town of Jay, Vermont in the Green Mountains. Its vertical drop of 2,153 feet (656 m) is the eighth largest in New England and the fifth largest in Vermont. The resort is just 4 miles (6.5 km) south of the Canada–United States border, the province of Quebec. Jay Peak Resort is owned and operated by a group of investors headed by Bill Stenger.

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Panorama Mountain Village

Panorama Mountain Village is a ski and golf resort in Canada, located in the Purcell Mountains of southeastern British Columbia. Part of the Columbia Valley sub-region of the East Kootenay region, it is a popular tourist destination known for its rolling cliffs and spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains. It is owned by Panorama Mountain Village Inc.

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Snö Mountain

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Blue Mountain Ski Area

Blue Mountain is a ski resort located near Palmerton, Pennsylvania, on Blue Mountain in the northern part of the Lehigh Valley, in Pennsylvania. Blue Mountain services the Allentown, Philadelphia, New York City, and Wilmington urban areas; with 300,000 visitors per year, the resort is one of the most popular in the Poconos.

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Rogla

Rogla is a mountain, a settlement, and a resort in Zreče Pohorje in the Municipality of Zreče in northeastern Slovenia. The area was traditionally part of Lower Styria. It is now included in the Savinja statistical region. Tourism at Zreče Pohorje first appeared before the Second World War. The first observation tower on Rogla was built in 1934. Most tourist buildings were burnt down during the war. The Koča Lodge on Rogla was rebuilt in 1956.

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Saddleback Maine (ski resort)

Saddleback Maine is a ski resort located in Dallas Plantation, near Rangeley, Maine, on the northwestern slopes of Saddleback Mountain. It is the third largest ski area in Maine, in terms of number of trails (66), number of lifts (5), snowmaking percentage (85%), vertical drop (2000 ft) and skier days. All of the trail names at Saddleback are named after famous fishing flys created in Rangeley by anglers Carrie Stevens, Bud Wilcox, and Dick Frost.

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Sierra Nevada Ski Station

The Sierra Nevada Ski Station is a ski resort in the Sierra Nevada mountains in the province Granada in southeastern Spain. The ski area is on the northern slopes of Veleta, the third highest peak in peninsular Spain. This is the most southerly ski resort of Europe. The resort hosted the 1996 Alpine World Ski Championships, and regularly hosts high-level races of FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. It has been selected to host the 2015 Winter Universiade, the world university games.

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Ski Dubai

Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with 22,500 square metres of indoor ski area. It is a part of the Mall of the Emirates, one of the largest shopping malls in the world, located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was developed by Majid Al Futtaim Properties, which also operates the Mall of the Emirates.

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Vodafone Ski Resort

Vodafone Ski Resort (Portuguese: Estância de Esqui Vodafone) is a ski resort located in a mountain range named Serra da Estrela, in the municipality of Seia, parish of Loriga, Portugal.

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Gunstock Mountain Resort

Gunstock Mountain Resort is a sports complex located on Gunstock Mountain in Gilford, New Hampshire, and is owned by Belknap County. Activities include alpine and cross-country skiing, snow tubing, ski jumping, snowshoeing, hiking, swimming, and skateboarding.

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Antillanca ski resort

Antillanca is a ski resort in the Puyehue National Park in southern Chile. It is on the slope of the Casablanca Volcano. The nearest city is Osorno, 98 kilometers away. DonPedro Antillanca. jpg View from Antillanca ski resort, Puntiagudo (left) and Calbuco volcano (right) are seen in the background Hotel eduardo meyer antillanca. jpg Hotel eduardo meyer antillanca2. jpg Chile. puyehue. svg Refugio Antillancaon the map

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Tryvann Ski Resort

The Tryvann Ski Resort is a ski resort in Oslo, Norway. It is the most used ski resort of Norway. In the 1930s, the ski slope Tryvannskleiva was constructed, and the first race was held in 1933. The ski slope was later expanded with Tommkleiva, Wyllerløypa and finally with Tryvann Ski Resort. As of winter of 2010, the resort has 14 slopes and 7 lifts.

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Snow Summit

Snow Summit is a ski resort that was established in 1952 and is in the San Bernardino Mountains in Southern California. It is located by Big Bear Lake along with its sister resort Bear Mountain; these two resorts which operate under the same management are collectively known as Big Bear Mountain Resorts (BBMR).

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Wintergreen Resort

Wintergreen Resort is a four-season mountain retreat on the eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is a "Mountain Top" resort in which all of the amenities are built on the peaks and ridges, rather than at the base like a traditional ski resort.

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Brundage Mountain

Brundage Mountain Resort is an alpine ski area in west central Idaho, in the Payette National Forest. Brundage first opened in November 1961 and is 8 miles (13 km) northwest of McCall, a twenty minute drive in average winter conditions. The summit elevation of Brundage is 7,640 feet (2,329 m) above sea level, with an overall vertical drop of 1,800 feet (549 m).

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Mount Rose Ski Tahoe

Mount Rose Ski Tahoe is the closest ski resort to Reno, Nevada. It is located about 30 miles (50 km) south of Reno in the Carson Range. Mt. Rose is Tahoe's highest base elevation at about 8,260 ft (2,520 m) and the summit is 9,700 ft (3,000 m). The resort area is 1,200 acres (4.9 km), and is located in the Toiyabe National Forest.

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Telluride Ski Resort

Telluride Ski Resort is a ski resort located in Mountain Village, Colorado right next to Telluride. The resort was founded by Joseph T. Zoline who hoped to build a "world class resort" from scratch. Telluride's remoteness, Zoline acknowledged, is also what makes the resort special. Weekend warrior skiiers from the big cities don't get there by car. This makes Telluride a more out of the way, full-service ski resort with exceedingly short lift lines.

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Cerler

Cerler, officially called Aramón Cerler, is a ski resort situated in the high Benasque Valley, near the town of Benasque in the central Pyrenees. Near Cerler are the highest peaks of the Pyrenees, Aneto, Monte Perdido, and Posets.

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Yabuli Ski Resort

Yabuli Ski Resort is the largest ski resort in China, located in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang. It is 110 mi (177 km) southeast from Harbin, approximately 2.5hrs by train. Yabuli hosted the 1996 Winter Asian Games, the 2008 National Winter Games and the 2009 Winter Universiade. Yabuli is undergoing major renovations in the 2008/2009 winter season. A new 4 seater Doppelmayr chairlift has been installed, along with a 6 seater gondola.

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Berkshire East Ski Resort

Berkshire East Ski Resort is a medium sized alpine ski area located on Mount Institute in Charlemont and Hawley, Massachusetts.

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Horseshoe Resort

Horseshoe Resort, formerly Horseshoe Valley Ski Club, is a southern Ontario ski resort. Located north of Barrie, the resort is about 1 hour 15 minutes driving time from Toronto. The resort enjoys a long ski season due to snow making abilities. Acquired by Skyline International Development Inc. in July 2007, Horseshoe Resort is spread out over 680 acres of land.

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Mad River Mountain

Mad River Mountain is a ski and snowboard resort in Valley Hi, Ohio, United States. The elevation of Mad River Mountain is 1,460 feet (450 m) with a vertical drop of 300 ft (91 m), and it has a ski season that runs from December 1 through March 16. The resort, which opened in 1962, is owned and operated by Peak Resorts. There are 23 trails of various skill levels, a tubing park, three terrain parks, and two beginner areas.

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Sunrise Park Resort

Sunrise Park Resort is a ski resort located near Greer, Arizona, close to the border with New Mexico. The resort consists of three mountains named Sunrise Peak, Cyclone Peak, and Apache Peak. Situated on the Colorado Plateau and perched atop the White Mountains in eastern Arizona, with a base of 9,200 feet (2,800 m) and spread across 3 peaks and 800 acres (3.2 km), Sunrise tops out at 11,100 feet (3,400 m) above sea level at Apache Peak.

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Beaver Mountain

Beaver Mountain is a ski area in northern Utah, opened in 1939 and located near the summit of Logan Canyon in the Bear River Mountains. While smaller and less developed than a number of Utah ski resorts, Beaver Mountain is very popular with residents of nearby Logan, Utah State University, the surrounding Cache Valley and the Bear Lake region, including the southeastern corner of Idaho.

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Tochal Complex

Tochal Complex is consisted of many recreational and sports facilities located in Velenjak, North of Tehran.

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Wolf Mountain

Wolf Mountain (formally titled Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort) is a small local ski area in the Ogden Valley near Eden, Utah. The area was known as Nordic Valley until June 29, 2005, when it was acquired by the nearby Wolf Creek Golf Resort. The resort is known for its inexpensive tickets and as a good place to take children for their first introduction to skiing or snowboarding. Wolf Mountain has been described as having "the least expensive skiing and riding in Utah".

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Black Mountain of Maine

Black Mountain of Maine is a ski resort in Rumford, Maine which is most famous for its Nordic skiing facilities, and has hosted several national cross-country skiing championships on its 17 km of trails. The downhill skiing area was expanded in 2005, and has 20 trails serviced by two chairlifts, a T-bar, and a rope tow. It also has a terrain park with a half-pipe, and a separate snow tubing area.

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Powderhorn Resort

Powderhorn Mountain Resort is located 45 minutes east of Grand Junction, Colorado on the Grand Mesa. The area has a variety of ski terrain such as groomers, bumps, glades, and boulder fields. Powderhorn is unique among Colorado ski resorts because of its terrain and climate.

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Marble Mountain Ski Resort

Marble Mountain is a ski resort located on the west coast of the Canadian island of Newfoundland in the Long Range Mountains. The resort is located on a series of steep ridges forming part of the southern side of the Humber River valley on Mount Musgrave at Steady Brook, approximately 7 km (4 mi) east of Corner Brook. The peak is named in honour of Sir Anthony Musgrave, a colonial governor of Newfoundland.

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Bretton Woods Mountain Resort

Bretton Woods Mountain Resort is a ski area located in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, across from the Mount Washington Hotel.

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Whitetail Ski Resort

Whitetail Resort is a four season resort located on Two Top Mountain in the Tuscarora Mountains of Pennsylvania. The resort opened for skiing in 1991, and was acquired a few years later by Snow Time, Inc. , the company which also manages Liberty Mountain Resort and Ski Roundtop. Whitetail is located between Mercersburg, Pennsylvania and Clear Spring, Maryland and serves the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. Located 89 miles (143 km) from Washington, D.C.

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Cannon Mountain Ski Area

Cannon Mountain Ski Area, located on Cannon Mountain in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, is a state-owned resort that offers nine lifts servicing 165 acres (0.67 km) of skiing (158 with snowmaking). Cannon Mountain has the most vertical of any ski area in New Hampshire, and the seventh largest in New England. It also has the only aerial tram in New Hampshire.

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Mount Hermon ski resort

The Mount Hermon ski resort is situated on the south-eastern slopes of Mount Hermon, a few kilometers off the Israeli-Syrian ceasefire line, in the Israeli-occupied portion of the Golan Heights. The site is surrounded by the Hermon nature reserve. While the nature reserve is open year-round, the ski resort is open only at the peak of winter (usually January–March), when enough snow is accumulated on its ground.

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Boreal Mountain Resort

Boreal Mountain Resort is a ski area in Soda Springs, near the Lake Tahoe area of California. It has nine chair lifts and offers night skiing until 9 pm. It is owned by Powdr Corporation Located on Highway 80, West of Truckee, California, Boreal typically is the first area to open for skiing and snowboarding in Northern California. Although it is relatively small compared to other Tahoe area resorts, Boreal hosted the US Snowboarding Grand Prix in 2009.

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Crystal Mountain (Washington)

Crystal Mountain is a ski resort, located in the Cascade Range of Washington state in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. Crystal is the largest ski resort in the state and is readily accessible from the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area through Enumclaw via Highway 410. It is primarily a day-use area, with eleven chairlifts, various dining locations, and multiple hotels. Crystal is home to the Mt.

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Furano Ski Resort

, also known as Furano Ski Area, is a resort in Furano, Hokkaido, owned and operated by Prince Hotels. One of the leading ski areas in Hokkaido, the resort became famous for its long-standing relationship with the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. In more recent years, it has held the mid-February Snowboarding World Cup, sponsored by Dydo Drinco. A view from the top of the slopes offers a panoramic view of the Furano Valley and the Tokachi Peak Mountain Range.

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Castle Mountain Resort

Castle Mountain is a ski resort located in the Westcastle Valley of southwest Alberta, Canada in the Rocky Mountains. It is approximately 270 kilometres (170 mi) from Calgary and the Calgary International Airport; 140 kilometres (87 mi) from Lethbridge; and 50 kilometres (31 mi) west of Pincher Creek. The resort is renowned for long steep runs and an average 9 metres (30 ft) of snowfall yearly.

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Hemlock Valley Resort

Hemlock Valley Resort is a small ski resort located in the Douglas Ranges near Chehalis, British Columbia, Canada, between the towns of Mission and Agassiz. Average annual snowfall at Hemlock Valley is 30-35 ft. The vertical drop is 396 m (1,300 ft) from a summit elevation of 1,371 m (4,500 ft) to a base elevation of 975m (3,300 ft). The area comprises 121 hectares (300 acres) and has 34 runs, the longest of which is 1.4 miles (2.3 km).

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Schweitzer Mountain

Schweitzer Mountain Resort is a ski resort in northern Idaho, 11 miles (18 km) northwest of Sandpoint in Bonner County. Located in the Selkirk Mountains, it overlooks Lake Pend Oreille to the southeast with views of the Bitterroot and Cabinet mountain ranges. The ski area is approximately 45 miles (72 km) south of the Canadian border. Schweitzer Mountain has a summit elevation of 6400 feet (1951 m) above sea level with a vertical drop of 2440 feet (744 m).

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Winterplace Ski Resort

Winterplace Ski Resort is a ski resort located in Ghent, West Virginia on Raleigh County's Flat Top Mountain. The southernmost ski resort in West Virginia, Winterplace is a popular attraction due to its proximity to Interstate 77. It operates in conjunction with The Resort at Glade Springs, a four season golf resort and spa.

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Mount Baldy Ski Lifts

Mt Baldy Ski Lifts, or "Baldy" for short, is a family owned and operated ski resort located in San Bernardino County, California, on Mount San Antonio (AKA Mt Baldy). The resort is run by the Ellingson family. The ski resort features traditional runs, open bowls, chutes, and tree runs; and claims to be "The largest and steepest resort in Southern California," with 26 runs spanning 3 mountains featuring a peak elevation of 8,600 ft (2,600 m).

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Red Mountain Resort

Red Mountain Resort is a ski resort in western Canada, located on Granite and Red Mountains in Rossland, a former gold mining town in the West Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia. Red Mountain is one of the oldest ski hills in North America, with a history dating back to the creation of the Red Mountain Ski Club (RMSC) in the first decade of the 1900s. Red Mountain is located in the Monashee Mountains just north of the U.S. border.

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Alyeska Resort

Alyeska Resort is a ski resort that is located in Girdwood, Alaska, approximately 27 miles (44 km) from the city of Anchorage. Mount Alyeska is part of the Chugach mountain range. It is the biggest ski mountain in the state of Alaska. The Alyeska Ski Corporation was founded in 1954, and the first chair lift and day lodge were opened in 1959. The Roundhouse ski lodge and ski patrol station at the top of the mountain began construction in 1960, and is still standing today.

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Alpine Meadows (ski resort)

Alpine Meadows is a ski resort in the North Lake Tahoe California community, Alpine Meadows, California, near Squaw Valley. The resort has 11 chairlifts and 2 surface lifts covering 2,400 acres (970 ha) of terrain. Alpine has a vertical drop of 1,800 ft (550 m) with a top elevation of 8,637 ft (2,633 m). Minimal accommodations are available at the resort itself, so most people opt for a hotel at Tahoe City, Squaw Valley, Donner Pass, or Truckee.

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Bear Creek Ski and Recreation Area

Bear Creek is a ski resort near Macungie, in the Berks County region of Pennsylvania, in the United States. The resort opened in 1967. It was known as the Doe Mountain until 1999. The official name of the property is Bear Creek Mountain Resort & Conference Center. It is a year round resort on more than 330 acres (1.3 km) that features a variety of activities and amenities. In addition to skiing, guests can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, fishing and boating in the summer months.

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Pine Knob

Pine Knob is a downhill ski area in Clarkston, Michigan. It is best known for its snow-making and marquee run, "The Wall. " Pine Knob is the home mountain to a number of local high school ski racing teams, including Clarkston, Detroit Country Day School, Rochester Adams High School, Cranbrook Kingswood, Lake Orion and Rochester. The property is adjacent to DTE Energy Music Theatre, formerly named Pine Knob Music Theatre, as well as Pine Knob Golf Club and Pine Knob Mansion.

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Tahkovuori

Tahkovuori or Tahko, is a Finnish tourist center, open round the year. It is situated in the municipality of Nilsiä, about 70 kilometers from the city of Kuopio, which is the leading city of Eastern and Middle Finland. The popularity of Tahko is a consequence of both good location and a rapid and forceful development and diversifying of activities. Tahko is called a small tourist town with its many restaurants and possibilities for various outdoor activities.

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Tiffindell Ski Resort

Tiffindell Ski Resort is one of two ski resort in South Africa. Located in the Southern Drakensberg, South Africa and was established in 1993. The resort is built on Ben Macdhui and has a relatively high elevation of 2810 metres (9222 feet).

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Gore Mountain (ski resort)

Gore Mountain is an alpine ski resort on Gore Mountain in the Adirondack Mountains, located in North Creek, New York. The mountain is a popular winter destination, attracting skiers from all over the east. It is the closest large mountain in New York to the Capital District (Albany) metro area. Gore Mountain is one of the three ski areas owned by the State of New York; and is operated by the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) a state agency.

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Willamette Pass Resort

Willamette Pass Resort is a ski area located in Klamath County, Oregon. It operates on federal land under special use permit on the Willamette and Deschutes National Forests. It is situated in the Cascade Range, between Oakridge, Oregon and La Pine, Oregon. The ski area is currently locally owned and operated by the Wiper Family, of Eugene, Oregon.

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Homewood Mountain Resort

Homewood Mountain Resort is a ski area located on the west shore of Lake Tahoe in the state of California, a few miles south of Tahoe City in the town of Homewood. It has 1,260 acres (510 ha) of skiable terrain and seven lifts. While it currently does not offer lodging on site, a Draft Environmental Impact Statement has been submitted to the regional planning commission to allow for the development of a resort inclusive of a hotel, condominiums, and various other additions.

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Brodie (ski area)

Brodie was a ski resort in New Ashford, Massachusetts, in the Taconic Mountains in the far northwestern part of the state. It opened in 1964 and thrived for a time by using then-cutting-edge innovations like top-to-bottom snowmaking and lighted night skiing.

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Tsakhkadzor ski resort

The Tsakhkadzor Ski Resort is located just above the Armenian town of Tsakhkadzor approximately 60 km from Armenia’s capital Yerevan and the Zvartnots Airport.

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Eldora Mountain Resort

The Eldora Mountain Resort is a ski area located in the southwest corner of Boulder County, Colorado, near the unincorporated community of Eldora and three miles (5 km) west of the town of Nederland.

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Solitude Ski Resort

Wolf Ridge Ski Resort

Wolf Ridge Ski Resort is a ski resort located near Mars Hill, North Carolina. The area has twenty-three ski slopes and trails. Approximately 57% of the slopes are rated beginner, 35% intermediate, and 8% advanced. With a top elevation of 4,600 feet (1,400 m), Wolf Ridge has a maximum vertical drop of 700 feet (210 m). The slopes are accessed by four chair lifts and two carpet lifts. Typical of North Carolina ski areas, Wolf Ridge relies primarily on man-made snow for its slopes.

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Big Rock (ski resort)

Bigrock Ski Area is located in Mars Hill, Maine, on the western face of Mars Hill. It is one of the larger ski resorts in the State of Maine with 2 chairlifts, 26 trails, 80% snowmaking, night skiing, and almost 1000 ft of continuous vertical drop.

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Invincible Snowfields

Invincible Snowfields is a private ski resort near Glenorchy in the South Island of New Zealand. The area is about one hour's drive west of Queenstown and is close to Lake Wakatipu. Although it is a commercial operation, the field has few facilities and is run like an old fashioned club field, with its main drawcards being the backcountry terrain and feel, and it is targeted at advanced riders looking for natural chutes and gullies. There are no groomed trails.

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Pisoderi

Pisoderi is a village 17 km west of Florina, Greece. Nearby,5 khm, is the ski resort Vigla. First mentioned in an Ottoman defter of 1481, the village, then known as Ipsoder, had only twelve households. The ski center is located on Mount Verno, and currently has five lifts and ten trails. The summit of the resort is 1939m above sea level, with a total vertical drop about 420m. The resort has a view of the Lake Prespa, on the border between Greece, Albania and Macedonia.

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Alp 2500

Alp 2500 is a ski resort in La Cerdanya, Catalonia, in the Pyrenees mountains of northeastern Spain. It includes the two towns of La Molina and Masella, whose two respective ski areas united to form this resort. The nearest main town is Alp. The resort of Masella serves the mountain of La Tosa. Alp 2500 has over 130 km (80 mi. ) of slopes, and its Hotel Alp is only 50 meters (165 ft. ) from the slopes.

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Hogadon Ski Area

Hogadon Ski Area is a ski resort located 11 miles (18 km) south of Casper, Wyoming on Casper Mountain. The mountain features about 24 trails of varying difficulty. Of those trails, 20% are beginner, 40% are intermediate and 40% are expert ski terrain. The mountain also features a snow board terrain park covering 600 vertical feet. The resort offers a restaurant as well.

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Mystic Miner Ski Resort

Mystic Miner Ski Resort is a ski resort, in the Black Hills, just outside of Lead, South Dakota, in the United States. Deer Mountain has a vertical drop of 699 feet. The summit of Deer Mountain is at 6,850 feet.

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Blandford Ski Area

Blandford Ski Area is a ski area located in Blandford, Massachusetts and is operated by the Springfield Ski Club. Blandford Ski Area has been owned by the Springfield Ski Club since 1936. This is the oldest, continuously operating club-owned ski area in North America.

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Soriška Planina Ski Resort

Ragged Mountain Resort

Ragged Mountain is a privately owned ski and golf resort located on the northern side of Ragged Mountain in Danbury, New Hampshire, in the United States. It is the only New Hampshire ski resort to have a six-person chairlift. It is also the only ski resort in New Hampshire to offer a championship golf course at its base, creating year-round recreation possibilities.

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Port del Comte (ski resort)

Port del Comte is a ski resort in located in the Port del Comte mountain range, in the pre-Pyrenees, at the north of the Serra de Querol, in Catalonia, Spain. The ski area has a summit elevation of 2400 m (7874 ft. ) above sea level and a base of 1700 m (5577 ft. ) with a vertical drop of 700 m (2297 ft.). The resort is divided into two sectors: the first includes the Querol and north of Serrat de la Bòfia.

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Valdezcaray

Valdezcaray is a ski area situated near the resort town of Ezcaray in the upper Oja Valley of the Sierra de la Demanda, Iberian System.

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Panticosa-Los Lagos

Panticosa-Los Lagos, officially called Aramón Panticosa, is a ski resort situated near the town of Panticosa in the upper Tena Valley of the western Pyrenees.

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Troll Ski Resort

Troll Ski Resort, often referred to simply as Troll, is a ski area located in the Quesnel Highland in the northeastern Cariboo region of British Columbia, Canada, located between Quesnel and the historic goldfield towns of Wells-Barkerville. The official name of the locality where Troll is located is Pinegrove, British Columbia, which is located between Coldspring House (SW) and Beaver Pass House (NE) on the Barkerville Highway).

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Baqueira-Beret

Baqueira-Beret is a ski resort located in the heart of the Pyrenees, in the Aran Valley, Lleida, Spain. The ski area extends from 1,500 to the 2,510 meters.

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Whitewater Ski Resort

Whitewater Ski Resort is a ski resort located a 15 minute drive from Nelson in southern British Columbia, Canada. The resort is situated in Ymir bowl, beneath the 2400 m high Ymir Mountain, in the Selkirk Mountains. The Selkirks receive plentiful, dry snow, and the location in a high alpine bowl provides an annual snowfall average of approximately 12m (40ft). The elevation of the parking lot is 1605 m and the highest lift accessed point is 2000m.

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Naeba Ski Resort

Naeba Ski Resort is a ski resort on Mount Takenoko in Echigo Yuzawa on the Niigata side of the border. It is run by Kokudo, and the Naeba Prince Hotel, a 'breakwater' of at least six hotels (#2–#6 plus the World Cup Lodge, for 1782 rooms) all joined together, separating the resort from the parking lot. (#2 is a 30 storeys tower built in the 1980s) The resort is 40 minutes from Echigo-Yuzawa Station on the Joetsu Shinkansen by non-stop express bus. This station is approximately 190 km from Tokyo.

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Crystal Mountain (British Columbia)

This article is for the ski resort near Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. For the similarly named ski resort near Seattle Washington, see Crystal Mountain. Crystal Mountain Resort is a small day-use ski area near West Kelowna, British Columbia. It has two chairlifts and a T-bar. It was long known as Last Mountain Ski Resort, but changed its name to Crystal Mountain Resort in the 1990's.

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Auron (ski resort)

Auron is a ski resort with 135 km of ski runs, at an elevation of 1600m to 2450m, in the French alps in the Alpes-Maritimes department. It is located above the Tinée Valley near the town of Saint-Étienne-de-Tinée. It is situated 90 km/60miles north of Nice. The resort is part of the Stations du Mercantour group, along with Isola 2000 and St. Dalmas.

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Searchmont Resort

Searchmont Resort is a ski resort located in the community of Searchmont, Ontario, Canada, and mainly caters to residents of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, which is 45 minutes away. The area has a 700 vertical foot drop, featuring 18 runs and 4 chair lifts (1 quad, 1 triple, 1 double, and 1 beginner poma lift).

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Alto Campoo

Alto Campoo is a ski resort in the Cantabrian Mountains of northern Spain. The resort is located in the Cantabrian comarca of Campoo. The source of the river Ebro is near the resort in the town of Fontibre.

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China Peak

China Peak is a ski area in Central California. It opened in 1959, named after the mountain, Chinese Peak. In 1981 the resort was purchased by the Snow Summit company and the name was changed to Sierra Summit before the 1982-1983 season. In the spring of 2010 it was sold and the original China Peak name was restored beginning in the 2010-2011 season. It is located on the south shore of Huntington Lake, about 65 miles northeast of Fresno.

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Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort

Nozawa Onsen Snow Resort is a skiing venue located in Nozawaonsen, Nagano, Japan. Nozawa Onsen Village is located at the foot of the ski resort, which spans across three main areas. The resort is a large ski area that opened over seventy years ago. Covering 297 hectares (730 acres), the southern part of the resort was used for biathlon competitions at the 1998 Winter Olympics.

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Jack Frost Ski Resort

The Jack Frost Ski Resort which opened in 1972, is located in Blakeslee, Pennsylvania, part of the Pocono region. Operated by Peak Resorts, it offers 20 trails and a terrain park for skiing and snowboarding.

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Cerkno Ski Resort

Cerkno Ski Resort is a Slovenian ski resort located on Črni Vrh hill near Davča, 10 km away from centre of municipality Cerkno, 50 km away from Ljubljana and 140 km away from Koper. It has a total of 18 km ski slopes, 5 km tracks for Cross country skiing and Snow Fun park for snowboarders. Opened in 1984 with only two surface lifts. There is a hotel situated at the top station. Cerkno offerings include hiking, mountain biking.

Ski areas and resorts in Slovenia
Winter Park Ski Resort

Ski Resort Tycoon

Ski Resort Tycoon is a business simulation game in which the player must successfully create and run a ski resort. The player is able to add a variety of structures including skilifts, lodges, bathrooms, warming huts and various accommodations. The goal is to become a 5 star resort.

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Mount Abram

Ski Mount Abram is a small family ski area in Greenwood, Maine, located a few miles outside of Bethel, Maine, and the Sunday River Resort. It consist of 10 easy, 21 Intermediate, and 13 expert trails. Along with five lifts which service 1,150 feet (350 m) of vertical drop. Mt. Abram can be broken up into two parts, the main mountain and Westside. Westside is the beginner area which has one Double Chairlift and a Ski tow, most lessons are taught in this area.

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Hidden Valley Ski Area

For the ski resort in New Jersey, see Hidden Valley (New Jersey). Hidden Valley Ski Area is a ski resort in the St. Louis, Missouri suburb of Wildwood, Missouri. Tim Boyd bought the Wildwood Golf Course for $250,000 in 1977. In 1982 he converted the hills to a ski resort while maintaining the golf course. The resort would be the first of several resorts throughout the Midwest and Northeast United States he developed or acquired through his company Peak Resorts.

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Snow Valley (ski area)

Snow Valley is a ski resort located in Barrie, Ontario and was established in 1952. Apart from skiing there is Snow tubing and Snow shoeing. There is a half-pipe and a terrain park. Snow Valley was named "best Ontario hill for kids" by Ski Canada Magazine in 2001. The resort also offers Summer Day Camps.

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Mariborsko Pohorje Ski Resort

Mariborsko Pohorje Ski Resort is the largest Slovenian ski resort located in literary next to municipality of Maribor at mountain ranges of Mariborsko & Areško Pohorje. Ski resort consist of three sections: lower section "Snow Stadium, middle section "Bolfenk" and upper section called "Areh". But the whole resort is known as Mariborsko pohorje. Resort offers 40 km of ski slopes, 27 km of cross-country skiing and 10 km of night skiing.

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Loon Mountain Ski Resort

Loon Mountain Ski Resort is a ski resort in Lincoln, New Hampshire, in Grafton County. It is in the White Mountain National Forest. Its vertical drop of 2,109 feet (643 m) is the tenth largest in New England. It is located on Loon Mountain.

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List of ski areas and resorts in Europe

This is a list of ski areas and resorts in Europe.

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Alvares (ski resort)

Alvares is a ski resort in the Iranian province of Ardabil. It is the second standard ski resort in Iran and is situated in the hamlet of Alvares which is located 24 kilometers away from the city of Sarein at an altitude of 3,200 meters above sea level.

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Vall de Núria (ski resort)

White Pine Ski Resort

White Pine Ski Area and Resort was a ski resort located 10 miles (16 km) from Pinedale, Wyoming in northern Sublette County. The mountain holds about 25 trails of differing challenge. Of the trails, 25% are beginner, 45% are intermediate and 30% of the trails are advanced. Along with downhill skiing, the resort also offers several groomed trails for cross country skiing. The resort features cabins available to rent as well as daily food service (including a restaurant) and ski school.

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Blue Marsh Ski Resort

Blue Marsh Ski Resort (formerly named Mt. Heidelberg) was a small ski resort and winter sports complex that was located in Bernville, 10 miles (16 km) north of Reading, Pennsylvania. The area shut down operations in 2005. Blue Marsh offered skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing with seven lifts and tows, including a triple, a double, a T-Bar, and four handle tows. The area included a Half Pipe and All Terrain Park, the Big Tube Park, the Kinder Tube Park, and the Wolverine Raft Park.

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Turner Mountain Ski Resort

Turner Mountain Ski Resort is an alpine ski area located in northwest Montana, 22 miles north of Libby, Montana. The mountain is known for its outstanding fall-line powder skiing.

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Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort

Boston Mills/Brandywine Ski Resort is a pair of partner ski resorts, owned by Peak Resorts, in Northeastern Ohio. The two locations were developed independently in the 1960s. In 1990, Brandywine was purchased by the owners of Boston Mills, forming the dual-resort complex known today. In 2002 Peak Resorts purchased the resorts and has owned and operated them ever since.

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Ski Resort Tycoon II

Ski Resort Tycoon II is a business simulation game in which the player must successfully create and run a ski resort. This is the second game in a series. The first, Ski Resort Tycoon was released a year earlier in Fall/Winter 2000.

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Wilmot Mountain

Located in the southern region of Wisconsin's Kettle Moraine, Wilmot Mountain is the result of Glaciation. The self-proclaimed “Matterhorn of the Midwest” was founded by Walter Stopa in 1938 after a thorough research of the area’s topography. With a vertical drop of 230’ it is a relatively small hill. It is also one of the few hills where the mountain is wide open, with few trees or barriers to crossing the hill. A skier can transverse several runs while skiing downhill.

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Lles (ski resort)

Lles ski resort is located in Lles de Cerdanya, Catalonia, north-eastern Spain. Lles is crossed by the Orri stream, where Orri lake pitches, on the foot of Tossa Plana de Lles (2,916 m). The resort opened in 1970. Altogether has 35 km of trails for skiing located between elevations of 1,900 and 2,335 m. They are divided according to difficulty: Green circuit: 11 km Blue circuit: 8 km Red circuit: 6 km Black circuit: 3 km Skating circuit: 13 km Also has a circuit for walkers and snowshoeing.

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Krvavec Ski Resort

Krvavec Ski Resort is the second largerst Slovenian ski resort located in the municipality Cerklje na Gorenjskem as a part of Kamnik–Savinja Alps range. The nearest city is Kranj and 25 km from Ljubljana. First lift was open in 1958. It has a total 30 km of ski slopes.

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Kobla Ski Resort

Kobla Ski Resort is a Slovenian ski resort located at Bohinjska Bistrica on Kobla mountain in municipality of Bohinj. It has 23 km of ski slopes. Closest city is Bled, half an hour away.

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Kope-Ribniško Pohorje Ski Resort

Kope-Ribniško Pohorje Ski Resort is a joined Slovenian ski resort located in western part of Pohorje mountain in municipality of Slovenj Gradec and Ribnica na Pohorju. Kope is one area resort and a few kilometers away Ribniško Pohorje (consist of two ski area "Ribniška koča" and "Ribnica na Pohorju") is another one. Today they are presented as one resort.

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Kranjska Gora Ski Resort

Kranjska Gora Ski Resort is an old Slovenian ski resort located in seven different areas in Municipality of Kranjska Gora. Nearest city is Jesenice and about an hour away from Ljubljana. It has a total of 30 km of ski slopes, 40 km tracks for Cross country skiing and Snow Fun park for snowboarders.

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Kanin-Sella Nevea Ski Resort

Kanin-Sella Nevea Ski Resort is a joint Slovenian-Italian ski resort located on Kaninsko Pogorje mountain at the Slovenian-Italian border. The nearest city is Nova Gorica about an hour away from Ljubljana. On the Italian side Tarvisio is the closest town. It has a total of 30 km of ski slopes and 5 km of sledding tracks. It is the only Slovenian ski resort 2000 m above sea level.

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Phoenix Mountain Ski Resort

Phoenix Mountain is a small ski resort in the Boundary Country in southern British Columbia, near the town of Grand Forks.

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Bela Ski Resort

Bela Ski Resort is a family Slovenian ski resort located in municipality of Semič. Closest city is Novo Mesto. Resort offers has 8 km of ski slopes and 6,5 km of cross-country skiing (2 tracks). There is also a sledding, hiking and mountain biking in the summer.

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Erciyes Ski Resort

Erciyes Ski Resort is a ski resort in Turkey, near the city of Kayseri. It is situated at Mount Erciyes, the highest mountain in Central Anatolia.

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Alta Sierra Ski Resort

Alta Sierra Ski Resort is a very small ski resort with two ski lifts and 8 trails, in Wofford Heights, California 50 mi (80 km) northeast of Bakersfield.

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Javornik Ski Resort

Javornik Ski Resort is a Slovenian ski resort located at Lome, črni vrh nad Idrijo in municipality of Idrija which is also the closest town. It is 55 km away from Ljubljana. It is a family ski resort, which has 7 km of ski slopes, 13,5 km of cross-skiing slopes and Snow park.

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Golte Ski Resort

Golte Ski Resort is a Slovenian ski resort located just above Mozirje on mountain range Kamnik-Savinja Alps. It has 12 km of ski slopes and 5 km of cross-country skiing tracks. Closest city is Velenje. You can be hiking or mountain biking in summer.

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Laurel Mountain Ski Resort

Laurel Mountain Ski Resort is a ski resort located in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States. The resort is adjacent to the Laurel Mountain Village, Pennsylvania and is the primary attraction of Laurel Mountain State Park.

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Soriška Planina Ski Resort

Soriška Planina Ski Resort is a family Slovenian ski resort located in municipality of Železniki. Closest city is Kranj and 60 km away from Ljubljana. Resort offers has 6 km of ski slopes (slalom, giantslalom and downhill slope,... ) and 5 km of cross-country skiing tracks. There is also a natural sledding slope and one sledding slope for competitions. You can be hiking in summer.

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Rogla Ski Resort

Rogla is a ski resort located on the southwestern face of Rogla mountain in the municipality of Zreče, Slovenia. The main hotel and sport area opened in late 1975 and sit at an elevation of 1,517 metres (4,977 ft).

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Trije Kralji Ski Resort

Trije Kralji Ski Resort is a Slovenian family ski resort located in western part of Pohorje mountain in municipality of Slovenska Bistrica. It's 18 km away from closest city Slovenska Bistrica. Resort has two slopes, two lifts and together 1,5 km of skiing terrain and 4 km of cross-country skiing. There are plans to build a new chair-lift and two new slopes.

Ski areas and resorts in Slovenia
Stari Vrh Ski Resort

Stari Vrh Ski Resort is a Slovenian ski resort located at Zapreval in municipality of Škofja Loka. It is a family ski resort, which has 12 km of ski slopes and is just about 20 km away from Škofja Loka and very close to Ljubljana.

Ski areas and resorts in Slovenia
Ski Resort Extreme

Ski Resort Extreme is a computer simulation game which puts the player in charge of creating and running a ski resort. It was developed and released in 2004 by Cat Daddy Games who also developed the very similar Ski Resort Tycoon and Ski Resort Tycoon II. Ski Resort Extreme puts the player in the shoes of a ski resort developer whose aim is to attract varied groups of skiers and snowboarders by catering to their needs and expectations, be it ski runs, equipment, entertainment or amenities.

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Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort

Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort is claimed to be the largest cross-country ski resort in North America. Located in Soda Springs, California, the resort offers 65 trails and about 195 kilometres (121 mi) of skiable terrain. Royal Gorge Resort offers accommodations and dining at two locations. The Ice Lakes Lodge is a lakeside lodge located within the trail system thus providing ski-in and ski-out convenience for its customers.

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Vall de Núria (ski resort)

Vall de Núria is a ski resort located in the Núria valley, in Catalonia. The ski area extends from 1,964 to 2,252 meters. The resort has a total of ten alpine ski trails (three green, three blue, two red and two black) and a special track for sleds. In total, seven kilometers of marked trails. In the summer of 2006 there were 18 new snow cannons installed. A total of 73 snow cannons supplement natural snow cover.

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Velika Planina Ski Resort

Velika Planina Ski Resort is a Slovenian ski resort located in Kamnik-Savinja Alps mountain in municipality of Kamnik. Velika Planina is a family ski resort, which has 6 km of ski slopes.

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Vogel Ski Resort

Vogel Ski Resort is a Slovenian ski resort located above Bohinj next to Bohinjsko jezero. Nearest city is Bled and Ljubljana is about an hour away. It was opened in 1964. It has a totally 18 km of ski slopes, 8 km tracks for Cross country skiing and Snowboard Park.

Ski areas and resorts in Slovenia
Holiday Valley (ski resort)

Holiday Valley is a family oriented vacation spot and ski resort in Ellicottville, New York. Established in 1957 by Dick Congdon, John Fisher and Bill Northrup, the facility opened with four runs and one t-bar lift. Currently the resort contains 56 slopes and 13 lifts . Since its opening Holiday Valley has experienced steady growth and has become the main tourist attraction in Cattaraugus County. In 1995 the Inn at Holiday Valley opened, turning the slope into a self-contained ski resort.

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