Top 10 The Best Skiing Destinations In The U.S.

Are you ready for winter thrills and adventures? Do you know the best state for skiing? Apparently, it’s Utah, according to a brand new study outlining the top 10 best skiing destinations in the U.S. Some of the results may come as a surprise – such as four of the 10 resorts on the list being in the Beehive State.

Alyeska Resort, Alaska

Alyeska Resort is Alaska’s premier ski destination. It’s far away for most people, which guarantees no crowds. The mountain gets about 650 inches of average annual snowfall, keeping the ski season open until mid-April. You can choose from 68 runs, most for intermediate-level skiers. The lifts are open late until 6 p.m., and night skiing is allowed until end of March. Spring skiing in Alyeska is very popular with locals, heli & snowcat skiing guests and other avid skiers.

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  1. Recommending The Summit at Snoqualmie instead of many other way better resorts in Washington (e.g. Stevens Pass, Crystal Mountain, Mt. Baker) makes me question your whole list. Please do some more research (or better yet visit the places you recommend) before writing articles like this one.

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