7 Most Beautiful Ski Towns In Colorado

Himanshi singh       May 19, 2020


      The beautiful town of Aspen is the ultimate destination for the nation's die-hard skiers. It is also a perfect getaway any time of the year, with high-end boutiques, glitzy bars, and first-rate hotels lining fancy streets.  

#Beaver Creek

      The beautiful town is known for its many charming attractions that add an aesthetic feel to the wholesome atmosphere. There is the popular skating rink and various restaurants and activities, along with the most-known Beaver Creek resort, owned by and resembling a tranquilized version of Vail. 


     Breckenridge is a former boomtown-turned one of the most popular tourist destinations for world-class skiing and snowboarding. It is at the base of the stunning Ten Mile Range with claim-to fame for high-altitude living.  

#Crested Butte

     "Colorado's Last Great Ski Town" is known for dramatic, unspoiled natural beauty to enjoy any time of the year through myriad fresh-air pursuits. It is the epitome of outdoor winter recreation, with Crested Butte Mountain Resort renowned for world-class skiing and a wide array of other activities. 

#Snowmass Village

    The tiny, high-concentrated town, just ten minutes from Aspen, is a haven for skiers and outdoor enthusiasts. It hosts the largest collection of ski-in/ski-out accommodations in the state, along with Aspen's largest of the four resort mountains, the Snowmass, with a variety of runs from steep bowls to bunny slopes. 


  skiers and seekers of the winter-wonderland. It is set rather remotely, surrounded to all sides by the sky-reaching San Juan Mountains adorned with pines blanketed in snow. Telluride offers countless activities and marvelous views from the window of the many cozy cafes to relax. 


 The epitome ski town of Vail is beautifully modeled after Zermatt in Switzerland. It is home to the mega-popular Vail Ski Resort, the largest of its kind in the state, with over 195 runs. European-themed streets brim with Swiss architecture along the cobblestone roadways for a real-life storybook experience that is especially lovely during the holidays. 

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