The best ski resorts in Colorado are all located in mountain communities.
But if you want to explore them in a less stressful environment, there are plenty of options to choose from.
Here are 10 of the best skiing spots in Colorado:1.
Lake Louise: This picturesque ski town is known for its gorgeous views and a large ski area with four loops.
If you want the most out of your trip, head to Lake Louise.
Located about 20 miles from Denver, the resort is popular with skiers and snowboarders alike.
Lake Lourdes is a popular destination for mountain bikers and snowshoers, and offers two ski runs, two mountain bikinis, a groomed mountain biking trail and three ski hill runs.
The ski area offers two hours of free shuttle service between Denver and Lake Louise, and a number of mountain bike rentals.
Lake Lou is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and has many lakes, including the Big Sur Lakes.
It also has a number to explore in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, including Mount Evans Peak and Mount Rainier.
For more info, visit LakeLou.com or call 303-420-4745.2.
Mount Hood: Mount Hood is an amazing ski resort and has a lot of trails to explore.
The mountain is located about 60 miles north of Denver, near the confluence of the Little Colorado and the Great Divide.
Mount Mount Hood boasts two ski trails, two hiking trails and a rock climbing trail.
The resort also has some of the most spectacular views of the Denver area, with a view of the mountains, Mount Washington and the Rocky Mountain National Park.
Mount Hope offers three miles of hiking trails, three mountain bike trails, a trail to a summit and a mountain biking path.
It’s also home to a number campgrounds, a lodge, a cabin and a campsite.
For all the information you need to get your skiing on, visit mountainhope.com.3.
Coos Lake: The resort at Coos is a lovely ski destination, with the highest summits in Colorado.
The park is located just north of the city of Coos, about 25 miles north and 45 miles south of Denver.
The lodge is a perfect place to spend the night after a long day of skiing, as it has two miles of climbing trails, including a mountain bike trail.
Coo Lake is also home of Mount Hood, which is a beautiful view of Mount Adams.
For everything you need in Colorado, visit coos.com, call 303.879.1250 or visitcoos.gov.4.
Mount Rushmore: Mount Rushback is located approximately three miles from the Denver metro area, and is the only place in the state where you can ski without having to worry about snow.
The Mount Rushout is the highest peak in the Rocky mountains, and the area has plenty of hiking, mountain biking and snowboarding trails.
There are also several ski resorts, including an area called The Peak, which has five loops of trails and six mountain biking trails.
MountRushmore is located along the Colorado River, and has one of the largest ski areas in the United States.
You can take your horse-back riding to the mountain, or hike in the backcountry to take in some of its scenic views.
For a better view of Denver and Mount Rushover, visit mountrushmore.com and call 303/684-2341.5.
Paradise: Paradise is a resort town located near the mouth of the Colorado river, near a ski area and a lodge.
There’s a large parking lot and a trail that leads to the ski area.
The area is also known for the large number of hiking and mountain biking resorts.
Paradise is also popular with bikers, who can take a horseback or mountain bike ride.
For information about Paradise, visit paradise.com for more info.6.
Grand Canyon National Park: Grand Canyon is a spectacular and unique destination for visitors to Colorado, and it’s also a ski resort town.
The Grand Canyon State Park is located within Grand Canyon, about a two-hour drive from Denver.
There is also a mountain lodge that offers skiing, snowboarding and horseback riding at its slopes.
For an awesome view of Colorado, see grandcanyon.com to learn more.7.
Great Smokies National Park and Recreation Area: The Great Smoke is one of Colorado’s premier mountain biking and skiing areas.
The entire park is within one hour of Denver with a paved trail, a mountain-bike trail and a ski lodge.
The terrain in Great Smokes is breathtaking and you can also explore some of Colorado national forests and historic areas.
For the best views of Colorado from this resort, visit GreatSmokies.com 7/29/18 or call the GreatSmoky.com Hotline at 720-9