Colorado Ski Resort Comparison

Use the statistics below to compare Colorado ski resorts. You may click on the name of each ski resort to view more detailed stats.

Ski Resort
Vertical Rise
Ski Trails
Ski Lifts
Snowfall

2,270 feet
105 ski trails
7 lifts
350"

3,267 feet
76 ski trails
8 lifts
300"

3,635 feet
118 ski trails
5 lifts
300"

4,040 feet
149 ski trails
17 lifts
310"

3,398 feet
155 ski trails
31 lifts
300"

2,030 feet
44 ski trails
8 lifts
300"

2,601 feet
126 ski trails
22 lifts
282"

3,062 feet
121 ski trails
26 lifts
300"

3,128 feet
135 ski trails
20 lifts
230"

2,210 feet
93 ski trails
10 lifts
400"

1,200 feet
26 ski trails
5 lifts
250"

4,406 feet
91 ski trails
21 lifts
300"

3,668 feet
165 ski trails
18 lifts
349"

4,425 feet
125 ski trails
18 lifts
309"

3,450 feet
193 ski trails
31 lifts
350"

3,060 feet
143 ski trails
25 lifts
348"

 

Colorado Ski Mountain FAQ

What is the tallest ski mountain in Colorado?

Telluride has the most vertical rise in Colorado (4,425 feet).

Which ski resort gets the most snow?

The Loveland Ski Area gets the most snow out of all the ski resorts listed above (400 inches).

What is the largest ski resort in Colorado?

When all stats are considered; Vail is the largest ski resort in Colorado. This ski resort ranks #1 or #2 in almost every category.

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