9. Keystone, Colorado
Back to claim the number nine spot again, Keystone’s still killing it with its celebrated A51 terrain park-which has its own lift and five different zones of ability levels-a 400-foot-long Zaugg-cut Superpipe, nice hikeables out in North and South Bowl (or get a five-dollar cat ride instead!), and premium high-altitude snow. Plus, the resort’s only a few miles away from the towns of Silverthorne and Dillon, so it’s definitely got cheap sleeping and eating nearby.
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