The majestic Maroon Bells are a focal point from this
Aspen ski resort. Stay on
the front side for long mountain cruisers or drop into Highland Bowl for the
ultimate adrenaline rush and some of the steepest lift-serviced ski terrain on
Mammoth’s summit of 11,053’ affords panoramic views of the Sierra Nevadas and
nearby Yosemite National Park, and plenty of California sunshine in which to
enjoy the Mammoth snow they receive.
Ski Sunshine, Banff, Canada
Sunshine’s 8,954’ summit is extraordinarily scenic. Skiing over the Continental
Divide is a unique experience that should be photographed for your personal
Big Sky, Montana
Take Big Sky’s Tram to the top of Lone Peak at 11,166’ for high elevation skiing
and high-reward scenery of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. If Montana is god’s
country, then Big Sky is god's idea of
a ski area.
With views of Glacier National Park, Whitefish and Flathead Lake,
Big Mountain at Whitefish Mountain Resort
has beautiful scenery. Big groomers like Toni Matt and Inspiration offers skier
scenery that is truly inspirational.
Schweitzer Mountain Resort Schweitzer is Idaho biggest ski resort, with
stunning vies of Montana, Washington and Canada. Below the ski resort is the
spectacular Lake Pend Oreille in Sandpoint, offering a fantastic focal point for
skiers at Schweitzer.
Telluride, Colorado Telluride is amidst the San Juan Mountains, with the
highest concentration of 14,000' peaks. The only thing that tops the scenery is
the skiing on Telluride's slopes in Prospect, The Gold Chutes, Black Iron and
Revelation Bowl - and the highest lunch at
11,966' Alpino Vino.
Sun Valley, Idaho
Idaho is a beautiful state, wide open spaces and white mountains with beautiful
lakes and rivers. Sun Valley is superbly scenic
from the 9,150' summit of Bald Mountain, the Sawtooth Mountains are dramatic.
Top Ski Resorts for Scenery in The East
Le Massif, Quebec Imagine skiing 2,000’vertical into the mighty St Lawrence River below - that’s
the scenic sensation you are guaranteed at thi northern
Quebec ski resort of
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
This New Hampshire ski resort looks at majestic
Mount Washington, the highest
peak on the Eastern Seaboard at 6,288’ and the grand century-old hotel across
Wildcat, New Hampshire
While there isn’t anything luxurious about this ski mountain,
Wildcat’s view is
phenomenal as it looks directly across at Tuckerman’s Ravine on Mount
Saddleback, Rangeley Lake Region, Maine Saddleback is surrounded by lakes and mountains, providing the fortunate few
skiers at this remote rustic Maine ski resort with gorgeous views of Rangeley
Lake. See our Saddleback ski review staying at Loon