The Power of Four.

Aspen is a historic Colorado resort, the old mining town has turned into a posh resort but not only is it vibrant and offers plenty of events for young people and families.
There are 4 very different ski areas: “Ajax” is rather sporty and complete; “Highlands” is wilder and reserved for Freeride enthusiasts, it is frequented mainly by locals; “Buttermilk” is dedicated to Freestyle and beginners; finally “Snowmass” is larger, easier and also more popular.
It can be reached directly by plane and the station being located far from Denver remains rather quiet on weekends, city dwellers not making the road for the day.

Key figures

  • 2700 m altitude for the village.
  • 3777 m for the Highlands Bowl, the highest point in the ski area.
  • 90 km of Nordic ski trails between Aspen, Snowmass and Basalt.
  • 122° F, the outlet water temperature of the world's largest mineral baths at Glenwood Springs.

Favorites

1 - A Top to Bottom thoroughly on Ruthie's run, the World Cup track.
2 - L'hôtel Jérome, a typical hotel in the city center, period atmosphere guaranteed.
3 - A fondue at Cloud Nine, Colorado's craziest track restaurant.
4 - Kristi's Trees, a magical off-piste run is ... steep on Ajax.

Great skiing in the heart of Colorado.

Vail and Beaver Creek are very close and the ski areas are connected to make this a huge and unique playground in the area. The perfect grooming of the Beaver Creek trails will suit experts and beginners alike, and Vail’s famous Back Bowls will delight discovery enthusiasts.
The 2 resorts offer luxury at the height of American excess but also a very appreciable relaxed atmosphere.

Key figures

  • 2484 m altitude of the resort, guaranteed exceptional snowfall.
  • 197 perfectly groomed tracks for cruising.
  • 30 minutes from Eagle Airport it is very easy to access the resort.
  • 2015 last World Ski Championships in Beaver Creek after 1989 and 1999.

Favorites

1 - Run down the "Birds of Prey", legendary World Cup track.
2 - The Ritz-Carlton at Beaver Creek is an incredible hotel, located at the foot of the slopes. The Top !
3 - Ski in the back bowls at Vail, the best powder snow.
4 - A ski-doo trip around the Vail Pass and its wide open spaces.

Great skiing in the heart of Colorado.

Vail and Beaver Creek are very close and the ski areas are connected to make this a huge and unique playground in the area. The perfect grooming of the Beaver Creek trails will suit experts and beginners alike, and Vail’s famous Back Bowls will delight discovery enthusiasts.
The 2 resorts offer luxury at the height of American excess but also a very appreciable relaxed atmosphere.

Key figures

  • 2484 m altitude of the resort, guaranteed exceptional snowfall.
  • 197 perfectly groomed tracks for cruising.
  • 30 minutes from Eagle Airport it is very easy to access the resort.
  • 2015 last World Ski Championships in Beaver Creek after 1989 and 1999.

Favorites

1 - Run down the "Birds of Prey", legendary World Cup track.
2 - The Ritz-Carlton at Beaver Creek is an incredible hotel, located at the foot of the slopes. The Top !
3 - Ski in the back bowls at Vail, the best powder snow.
4 - A ski-doo trip around the Vail Pass and its wide open spaces.

The place to go.

The Wyoming resort is a unique destination recognized by expert skiers and fans of difficult terrain.
The very typical village, located at the foot of the majestic Grand Teton, offers a step back in time with its saloons and traditional restaurants.
It’s not just skiing, Jackson is also renowned for its hospitality, snowmobiling and ice skating.

Key figures

  • 3185 m, arrival of the "Big Red" cable car at the top of the domain.
  • 133 runs, but that is not the main thing, the off-piste is divine.
  • Located less than 90 minutes from Yellowstone Park.

Favorites

1 - One of the best snow in the world, light and deep.
2 - A meeting with the local fauna, with a little luck you will see elk, bison, moose, wolves.
3 - The Rendez-Vous Bowl, a legendary track with a crazy view.
4 - A bobsleigh run on the Snow King Mountain track.