Top 10 Ski Resorts in the United States – 2014 List

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What are the top 10 ski resorts in the United States? United States is a place filled with awesome sites to visit and ski resorts are the significant ones among them. Here, we present you with the top 10 ski resorts in the United States – 2014 list according to Forbes. To determine the best resorts, Forbes uses a method called Pure Awesomeness Factor, or PAF. The PAF score is still the best and proven way to scientifically measure the features of the ski resorts. So, get ready for the rush! While you read our article, we recommend you to go to our previous article on World’s Top 10 Ski Resorts.

10. Solitude, Utah

PAF Score: 81.7

Solitude Mountain Resort is one of the smaller ski resorts among top 10 ski resorts in the United States – 2014 list. It is located in the Big Cottonwood Canyon of the Wasatch Mountains; near Salt Lake City, which is a family-oriented mountain, with 70% of beginner and intermediate slopes.

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9. Telluride, Colorado

PAF Score: 82.1

Telluride Ski Resort is the best choice to spend both the summer and winter vacations in Colorado. It is a top-notch Colorado ski resort situated on the beautiful San Juan Mountains in Telluride. The adventurers can enjoy the most beautiful mountain views with full of exciting activities like skiing, golfing, snowboarding, enjoy the world-class events, lodging, dining, shopping, spas and free transportation.

8. Grand Targhee, Wyoming

PAF Score: 83.8

Grand Targhee Resort is a year round mountain resort located in the western slope of the Tetons in Alta, Wyoming. It is incessantly prominent for immense snow, authentic western hospitality, family-friendly atmosphere, picturesque beauty and excellent value. Visitors can also learn more about native wildlife, flora and fauna by joining the Resort Naturalist on daily snowshoe tours.

7. Mammoth Mountain, California

PAF Score: 84.5

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is a large ski resort situated on Eastern California, which has more than 3,500 acres of skiable territory, overhauled by 28 lifts, including 4 ski lodges and 3 gondolas. A vertical rise of 3,100 feet and an average snowfall of over 33 feet per year make the visitors to enjoy a long ski season. Among the 8 unbound terrain parks, Unbound Main is one of the major attractions of the ski resort and is highly praised by extreme snowboarding and skiing enthusiasts.

6. Vail, Colorado

PAF Score: 86.1

Vail Ski Resort is the second largest single mountain ski resort in the United States, which is located in Eagle County, Colorado. Having more than 5,289 acres of skiable terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls straddling seven miles and the most groomed terrain on the planet, it is an amazing winter vacation destination for passionate skiers and snowboarders.

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