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Not just in Colorado – Here are the top 5 ski resorts in North America via private jet
Some of private aviation’s main assets is the ability to land close to your final destination and reach remote locations, avoiding massive crowds at international airports. This explains why flying private to ski resorts is such a popular choice for those seeking a flawless experience, especially for passengers traveling with their equipment – there are no extra fees for bringing your skiing gear along and having the possibility to have it in the cabin is a no-brainer for many looking to avoid any potential damage.
While commercial aviation has obvious limitations in comfort and flexibility, it is also limited to the size of the aircraft. Larger airplanes cannot land at some regional airports, thus usually demanding more ground transportation to get from a larger airport to the resort. Private aviation therefore plays a big role in taking passengers to these remote locations, offering flights to the closest possible airport from the ski venue.
Here is the list of the top 5 ski resorts in North America via private jet
1. Aspen (Colorado, United States)
Even those removed from the skiing culture have heard about Aspen. Probably the most renowned skiing center in America, even if skiing is not your thing, Aspen is worth a visit thanks to its beauty and top-notch hospitality industry and infrastructure. The location offers four separate skiing areas: Aspen, Snowmass, Buttermilk, and Aspen Highlands – plenty of snow for the family and friends.
Closest runway: Aspen-Pitkin County Airport – located just 4 miles from town.
2. Telluride (Colorado, United States)
Magnificent views and superior skiing define Telluride. The town also has an amazing Wild West feel that sets the scenery for skiers worldwide. While it is not as popular as Aspen, which is probably a good thing for those seeking fewer crowds, it sits at the top of our list due to the quality of the skiing experience and how conveniently it’s located to the closest airport.
Closest runway: Telluride Regional Airport – located just 6 miles from town.
3. Whistler Blackcomb (British Columbia, Canada):
Whistler and Blackcomb mountains offer more than 12,800 square miles of skiing adventure – by far the largest ski area in North America. The resort is in British Columbia and rather close to Vancouver (83 miles). One of its most famous attractions is Peak 2 Peak, an iconic two-mile-long cable ride connecting the two mountains (Whistler and Blackcomb) and reaching heights of up to 1,430 feet as travelers experience breathtaking views over the peaks of British Columbia.
Closest runway: Vancouver International Airport – 83 miles from destination.
4. Vail (Colorado, United States)
Vail is special and probably the most popular ski resort in the United States today. It has the largest ski area in Colorado and offers a wide array of hospitality opportunities for all kinds of travelers – also for those looking for a luxurious stay. Spoiler alert: Vail has heated sidewalks that keep the temperature just above freezing levels to make snow removal an almost effortless task.
Closest runway: Eagle County Regional Airport – located 35 miles from town.
5. Lake Louise (Alberta – Canada): Lake Louise is very close to the beautiful and cozy town of Banff, both sharing a pass along with Sunshine Village ski resort. With 7 unique lifts and some terrain as steep as 55 degrees, it offers one of the longest seasons around the globe, running from mid-November to the end of May while holding an average of 30 feet of accumulated snow each season.
Closest runway: Golden Airport – 89 miles from destination.
In addition to this list of the top 5 ski resorts in North America via private jet, there are other less-known skiing sites in the US, like Heavenly in California, Mount Bachelor in Oregon, Park City in Utah, and Big Sky in Montana, which showcases that not only Colorado has top-notch snow to offer. This is also the case in Canada, with Sun Peaks in British Columbia also a great location to plan and enjoy a unique skiing experience by private jet.
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