1. Mammoth Mountain USA |
Mammoth Mountain is a place unlike any other. A place where the towering peaks of the Eastern Sierra frames a majestic environment of incredible beauty for everyone to enjoy. I have always found Mammoth to a special place to visit as you always seem to create awesome memories with the friends you travel with and the new ones you meet. Another great feeling you have when you are in Mammoth is there does not seem to be any pretenses or judgments. Everyone at Mammoth is there for one thing, to enjoy a fantastic winter environment and have fun with friends.
2. Whistler Blackcomb Canada
Whistler Blackcomb is consistently ranked the No 2 Ski Resort in North America. With more terrain than anywhere else in North America with 8.171 acres. Even during the 2010 Winter Oly7mpics Whislter Blackcomb will have over 90% of their terrain open for skiers and heliskiing boarders to enjoy. This still gives them more rideable terrain than any other resort in Northern America.
3. Park City Mountain Resort USA
Park City Mountain Resort delivers the goods for skiers and snowboarders of just about every persuasion. This is a big mountain by North American standards, and the lift-served terrain seems to grow every year. The town of Park City is also home to two other resorts (Deer Park and The Canyons), and there are few if any services lacking in the valley. Bars, clubs, galleries, fine dining, fast food, slow food, lodging of every kind.
4. Las Lenas Argentina
Las Lenas ski resort located in Mendoza province of Argentina and has rightfully earned it's reputation as the most extreme ski resort in Argentina. With incredible terrain to ski and board, Las Lenas features in numerous extreme ski and snowboard catskiing videos. Off-piste, backcountry or cruzin the groomers Las Lenas is the ski destination for powder skiing or snowboarding
5. Niseko Japan
Niseko is an increasingly popular ski resort in Japan with locals and international visitors. Regarded as the best ski resort in Japan for three main reasons, weather (snow), size and infrastructure. Niseko has been voted as the 2nd Snowiest Ski Resort in the World by Forbes Traveller Magazine due to the average snowfall for a season being approximatley 15 meters. Visit Niseko Japan to experience the magic for yourself.
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