Ski Areas You Have Skied/Rode Outside Of New England

edited June 2016 in NELSAP Forum

My list:

New York:

1) Whiteface Mountain

2) Gore

3) Windham

4) Bobcat

5) Hunter

6) Belleayre

7) Plattekill

9) Greek Peak

10) Sterling Forest

11) Mt Peter

12) Big Birch

13) Holiday Valley 

New Jersey:

14) Vernon Valley/Mountain Creek

15) Hidden Valley

16) Campgaw

Pennsylvania:

17) Elk mountain

18) Montage

19) Jack Frost

20) Camelback

21) Alpine Mountain

22) Tanglewood

23) Shawnee

24) Blue Mountain

Colorado:

25) Winter Park/Mary Jane

26) Loveland

27) Arapahoe Basin

28) Keystone

29) Breckenridge

30) Copper mountain

31) Vail

32) Beaver Creek

33) Ski Cooper

34) Steamboat

35) Aspen

36) Aspen Highlands

37) Buttermilk

38) Snowmass

Utah:

39) Snowbird

40) Alta

41) Brighton

California:

42) Mammoth Mountain

Oregon:

43) Timberline Lodge - May, July, August, September.

44) Mt Bachelor

Canada:

45) Whistler/Blackomb

46) Heli-skiing - BC.

47) Mt Sutton

48) Owls Head

49) Mt Orford

Europe:

50) Kaprun

51) Stubai

52) Kitzbuel

53) Zermatt

54) St Moritz

55) Tignes/Val D' Isere

56) Val Senales

57) Zugspitze




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  • edited June 2016
    I am hoping to do more skiing in Central/Western NY this winter if it's closer to normal than the last one.

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  • NONE? As in ZERO? Sam, your user name is spot on. I'm not sure which list is more impressive.
    ISNE-I Skied New England | NESAP-the New England Ski Area Project | SOSA-Saving Our Ski Areas - Location SW of Boston MA
  • ski_it said:

    NONE? As in ZERO? Sam, your user name is spot on. I'm not sure which list is more impressive.
    I've visited ski areas outside of New England, but unfortunately it's never been during ski season.
    - Sam
  • I lived in New York/Long Island from 1971-2006, so a lot of time was spent skiing in NY,NJ and PA that I might not have otherwise done.

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  • ski_it said:

    NONE? As in ZERO? Sam, your user name is spot on. I'm not sure which list is more impressive.
    I've visited ski areas outside of New England, but unfortunately it's never been during ski season.



    Same here:

    Kissing Bridge

    Ski Beech

    Snowshoe

    Big Tupper

    Bear Creek

    June Mountain

    Willamette Pass


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  • edited June 2016
    Sam, my list isn't much bigger... :((

    Sunshine Village
    Gray Rocks - Closed
    Mont Tremblant
    Mount Orford
    Alyeska Resort
    Steamboat Springs
    Winter Park
    Whiteface
    Snowbird
    Alta
    Zermatt
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  • edited June 2016
    119 for Sugarloaf combining both lists.  Very impressive.  Including some big names in Europe!  

    These is kind of tedious for anybody but us.  But it's a good exercise for me to get an updated tally.  Believe my total from both lists is 85.  Sounds about right.  I had one new one last season:  Deer Valley.   Of note, I have skied more days at Blue Knob, PA (~500-600) than all the other mtns put together.

    NY:  1. Gore, 2. Hunter, 3. Windham, 4. Plattekill, 5. Whiteface
    Canada:  6. Le Massif, 7. MSA
    PA:  8. Camelback, 9. Blue Knob, 10. Liberty, 11. Whitetail, 12. Roundtop, 13. Seven Springs, 14. Hidden Valley
    MD:  15. Wisp
    VA:  16. Massanutten, 17. Bryce, 18. The Homestead, 19. Wintergreen, 20. Cherokee (nelsapped)
    WV:  21. Canaan Valley, 22. Snowshoe, 23. Timberline
    CO:  24. Loveland, 25. Eldora, 26. Winter Park, 27. Arapahoe Basin, 28. Copper Mtn, 29. Breckenridge, 30. Keystone, 31. Vail, 32. Beaver Creek, 33. Steamboat, 34. Aspen Mtn, 35. Aspen Highlands, 36. Snowmass
    UT:  37. Solitude, 38. Brighton, 39. Alta, 40. Snowbird, 41. Park City & Canyons, 42. Snowbasin, 43. Powder Mtn, 44. Deer Valley
    WY:  45. Jackson Hole
    OR:  46. Bachelor
    CA/NV:  47. Sierra at Tahoe, 48. Squaw Valley, 49. Alpine Meadows, 50. Homewood, 51. Sugar Bowl, 52. Heavenly, 53. Kirkwood
    NM:  54. Red River, 55. Taos, 56. Ski Santa Fe
    Austria:  57. Zell am See, 58. Zauchensee, 59. Flachau, 60. Saalbach-Hinterglemm, 61. Bad Hofgastein
  • edited July 2016
    NY: 
    1) Oak Mt.
    2) Whiteface
    3) Hickory (best little ski area, period)
    4) Silver Mine
    5) Ski Stony Point
    6) Sterling Forest 
    7) Mt. Peter
    8) Hunter
    9) Belleayre

    NJ
    10) Hidden Valley
    11) Camp Gaw

    Ohio
    12) Alpine Valley
    13) Cleveland Ski Club

    Colorado
    14) Loveland
    15) Copper
    16) Vail
    17) Aspen
    18) Aspen Highlands
    19) Snowmass
    20) Winter Park
    21) Steamboat
    22) A-Basin
    23) Keystone
    24) Breckenridge

    Utah
    25) Alta
    26) Park City

    Idaho
    27) Schweitzer

    Oregon
    28) Timberline
    29) Bachelor

    CA
    30) Sugar Bowl
    31) Squaw
    32) Alpine Meadows
    33) Homewood
    34) Mammoth

    Canada
    35) Blackcomb
    36) Mont Ste-Anne
    37) Stoneham
    38) Le Relais
    39) Val d'Irene
    40) Tremblant
    41) Grand Fonds
    42) Mont St. Sauveur
    43) Mont Garceau
    44) Owl's Head
    45) Orford
    46) Bromont
    47) Val St. Come

    S. America
    Chile
    48) Valle Nevado

    Argentina
    49) Esquel (La Hoya)

    Europe
    Austria
    50) Kössen
    51) Kitzbühel
    52) Sölden
    53) Hintertux
    54) Pitztal
    55) Stubai
    56) Flachau
    57) St. Michael
    58) Filzmoos
    59) Ramsau
    60) Altaussee
    61) Zell Am See
    62) Abtenau
    63) Seefeld
    64) St. Anton/Lech
    65) Ishgl
    66) See
    67) Turnau
    68) Galtür

    Switzerland
    69) Obersaxen
    70) Saas Fee
    71) Savognin
    72) Sils

    France
    73) Flaine
    74) Les Menuires
    75) Val Thorens

    Italy
    76) Cortina

    Slovenia
    77) Kranskja Gora
    78) Kope
    79) Ravne na Koroskem

    Random ones I just remembered:
    80) Mt. Whitney, NY
    81) Gore, NY
    82) Zell Am Ziller, Austria
    83) Mellau, Austria
    84) Saalbach, Austria
    85) Maria Alm/ Hinterreith, Austria
    86) Lackenhof, Austria
    87) Donnersbachwald, Austria
    88) Zauchensee, Austria
    89) Folgafonna Glacier, Norway



  • Total US outside of New England: 48
    CA - 4: Bear Mountain, Mount Baldy, Mountain High, Snow Summit

    CO - 5: Copper Mt., Loveland Basin, Ski Broadmoor, Steamboat Springs, Vail

    IN - 1: Perfect North Slopes

    KY - 1: Butler

    MN - 1: Buck Hill

    PA - 3: Blue Knob, Camelback, Seven Springs

    NJ - 1: Vernon Valley/Great Gorge

    NY - 24: Adirondack, Belleayre, Big Rock Candy Mt., Catamount, Catskill, Easton Valley, Garnet Mt., Gore Mt., Hickory Hill, Homestead, Hunter Mt., Maple Ski Ridge, Noname Mt., North Creek, Oak Mt., Paleface Mt., Petersburg Pass, Plattekill, Royal Mt., Scotch Valley, Snow Ridge, West Mt., Whiteface Mt., Willard Mt.

    OH - 3: Brandywine, Mad River, Sugar Creek

    WI - 5: Cascade Mt., Devil's Head, Little Switzerland, Rib Mt., Sunburst

    Outside US: 15
  • New York
    -Bellearye mountain
    -Big Tupper
    -Bristol mountain
    -Gore Mountain
    -Greek Peak
    -Labrador mountain
    -McCauley mountain
    -Plattekill mountain
    -Snow Ridge
    -Song Mountain
    -Titus mountain
    -Toggenburg ski center
    -Val Bialis ski center
    -Whiteface mountain
    -Woods Valley

    Colorodo
    -Wolf Creek

    Oregon
    -Ski Bowl


    ~Rich~
  • edited June 2016
    I lived all my life in Montreal or Ottawa, so the list has a bunch of Quebec ski areas:

    Canada: 63
    Québec: 52
    Laurentians / Lanaudière: 22
    1) Alouette*
    2) Avila
    3) Belle-Neige
    4) Chanteclerc
    5) Gabriel
    6) Garceau
    7) Gray Rocks*
    8) Habitant
    9) Mont Alta
    10) Mont Avalanche
    11) Montcalm
    12) Mont Castor*
    13) Mont Faustin*
    14) Morin Heights
    15) Mt-Blanc
    16) Olympia
    17) Sauvage
    18) St-Sauveur
    19) Sun Valley*
    20) Tremblant
    21) Vallée Bleue
    22) Val St-Côme

    Outaouais (Ottawa): 6
    23) Cascades
    24) Edelweiss
    25) Fortune
    26) Mont Chilly
    27) Ste-Marie
    28) Vorlage

    Eastern Townships: 8
    29) Bromont
    30) Echo*
    31) Glen*
    32) Orford
    33) Owl's Head
    34) Rougemont*
    35) Shefford*
    36) Sutton

    Montréal area: 7
    37) Cabrini Park*
    38) Lac des Castors in Mt.Royal Park*
    39) Mont Laval*
    40) Rigaud
    41) St-Bruno
    42) UdeM*
    43) Val Soleil*

    East (Centre, Québec City, Charlevoix, Gaspé): 9
    44) Adstock
    45) Grand Fonds
    46) Le Relais
    47) Massif
    48) Mt-Comi
    49) Ste-Anne
    50) Stoneham
    51) Val d'Irène
    52) Val-Neigette

    Canada (outside Québec): 11
    Ontario: 2
    53) Calabogie Peaks
    54) Pakenham

    Alberta: 5
    55) Fortress*
    56) Lake Louise
    57) Marmot
    58) Norquay
    59) Sunshine Village

    British Columbia: 4
    60) Blackcomb
    61) Shames
    62) Smithers
    63) Whistler

    US East: 6 (without New England) w NE (25)
    New England (see other discussion): 19
    New York: 4
    64) Gore
    65) Snow Ridge
    66) Titus
    67) Whiteface

    West Virginia: 2
    68) Timberline
    69) White Grass

    US West: 14

    California: 1
    70) Mammoth

    Colorado: 2
    71) Arapahoe Basin
    72) Loveland

    Montana: 3
    73) Big Sky
    74) Bridger Bowl
    75) Moonlight Basin

    Oregon: 2
    76) Bachelor
    77) Timberline

    Utah: 2
    78) Alta
    79) Snowbird

    Washington: 1
    80) Crystal

    Wyoming: 3
    81) Grand Targhee
    82) Jackson Hole
    83) Snow King

    Europe: 23
    Austria: 2
    84) Hintertux
    85) Molltaler

    France: 15
    86) Alpe d'Huez
    87) Brévent
    88) Chamrousse
    89) Courchevel
    90) Flégère
    91) Flaine
    92) Grands Montets
    93) Les Arcs
    94) Les Deux Alpes
    95) Les Menuires
    96) Meribel
    97) Tignes
    98) Val d'Isère
    99) Val Thorens
    100) Vallée Blanche-Mt.Blanc

    Italy: 2
    101) Courmayeur
    102) Passo Dello Stelvio

    Switzerland: 4
    103) Kleine Scheidegg-Männlichen (Grindelwald/Wengen)
    104) Saas Fee
    105) Schilthorn-Murren
    106) Zermatt

    South America: 13
    Argentina:
    107) Catedral
    108) Cerro Bayo
    109) Chapelco
    110) La Hoya
    111) Las Lenas
    112) Los Penitentes

    Chile:
    113) Arpa
    114) El Colorado
    115) La Parva
    116) Portillo
    117) Pucon
    118) Termas de Chillan
    119) Valle Nevado

    * - indicates lost ski areas.

    138 total with and without New England. It might slightly higher on ski areas I don't remember when I was a young kid.

    I removed the earned turns areas in the Chic Chocs, Adirondacks or Mount Washington
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  • My list O/S New England

    NY
    1. Big Tupper,
    2. Titus,
    3. Whiteface,

    NJ
    4. Campgaw,
    5. Mountain Creek,

    CA
    6. Mammoth,

    NV
    7. Mt. Rose,
    8. Alpine Meadows,
    9. Northstar,

    CO
    10. Copper Mt.,
    11. Breckenridge,
    12. Vail,
    13. Beaver Creek.
  • My List, short, but sweet:

    Mont Tremblant
    Breckenridge
    Loveland
    A-Basin
  • My list

    NY:
    1) Four Seasons/90 acres
    2) Toggenburg
    3) Hunter
    4) Catamount
    5) Royal
    6) Willard
    7) West
    8) Gore
    9) Hickory

    NJ:
    1) Mountain Creek/Vernon Valley

    PA:
    1) Doe
    2) Shawnee
    3) Camelback
    4) Blue

    CO:
    1) Vail
    2) Beavercreek
    3) Snowmass
    4) Buttermilk
    5) Aspen Mtn

    UT:
    1) The Canyons/Park City Resort
    2) Park City Mtn Resort/Park City Resort
    3) Deer Valley
    4) Snowmaking
    5) Alta
    6) Snowbird
    7) Solitude
    8) Brighton

    OR:
    1) Timberline
  • edited June 2016
    NY

    Van Cortland Park
    Birch Hill (Thunder Ridge)
    Sterling Forest
    Fahnestock
    Holiday Mountain
    Concord Hotel
    Belleayre
    Highmont
    Hunter
    Ski Cortina
    Windham
    Plattekill
    Petersburg Pass
    West Mountain
    Hickory
    Gore
    Whiteface

    NJ

    Vernon Valley/Great Gorge (Mountain Creek)

    PA

    Camelback
    Elk Mountain

    CO

    Arapahoe Basin
    Keystone
    Breckenridge
    Vail
    Beaver Creek


    MT

    Big Sky
    Bridger Bowl


    UT

    Alta
    Snowbird


    Quebec

    Sutton
    Mont Orford
    Bromont
    Owls Head
    Le Massif
    Mont Sainte Anne
    Le Rolais
    Stoneham
    Tremblant
    Grey Rocks


  • QC:
    Sutton
    Bromont
    Orford
    Owl's Head

    NY:
    Whiteface
    Gore
    Peak 'n Peak
    Hunter
    Plattekill
    Windham
    Belleayre
    Petersburg Pass
    Catamount
    Mt. Peter

    NJ:
    Mountain Creek
    Hidden Valley

    OH:
    Snow Trails

    PA:
    Jack Frost/Big Boulder
    Camelback
    Eagle Rock
    Spring Mountain
    Seven Springs
    Hidden Valley
    Roundtop
    Liberty
    Whitetail

    MD:
    Wisp

    WV:
    Timberline
    Canaan Valley
    Snowshoe

    VA:
    Wintergreen
    Bryce
    Massanutten
    The Homestead

    NC:
    Sugar Mountain

    Woody

  • 9 out west for me
    4 in CO
    4 in UT
    1 in BC

    In order of first Visit
    Whistler/Blackcomb
    Park City
    Canyons
    Deer Valley
    Alta
    Vail
    Beaver Creek
    Winter Park
    Steamboat
  • NY:  Gore

    WA:
    49 Degrees North
    Mt. Spokane
    Mission Ridge

    ID:  Silverhorn (now Silver Mountain)

    BC:  Red Mountain

  • edited June 2016
    I included Heli-skiing that I did in BC, does that count as a place, though not lift serviced per say?

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  • CA

    1) Alpine Meadows
    2)  Heavenly (partially in Nevada)
    3) Homewood
    4) Kirkwood
    5)  Sierra at Tahoe
    6) Squaw Valley

    CO

    7) A-basin
    8) Breckenridge
    9) Copper
    10) Keystone
    11) Loveland
    12) Steamboat
    13) Vail
    14) Winter Park/Maryjane

    Nevada

    15) Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort

    New Mexico

    16) Angel Fire
    17)  Sandia Peak
    18) Taos

    New York

    19) Whiteface(new this year)

    Oregon

    20) Timberline Lodge

    Utah

    21)Alta
    22) Brian Head
    23) Dear Valley
    24) Eagle Point
    25) Canyons
    26) Park City
    27)  Snowbasin
    28) Snowbird
    29) Sundance

    WA

    30) Chrystal

    Wyoming

    31) Grand Targhee
    32)  Jackson Hole
    33)Snow King

    Canada

    34) Tremblant
    35)Whistler/Blackomb

    Austria

    36) Lech
    37) St Anton
    38) St Christophe
    38) Zurs
    39) Stubai

    Italy

    40)Cervinia

    Switzerland

    41) Zermatt  

  •   New York
    Whiteface
    Gore
    Hickory
    Alpine Meadows (aka Adirondack Ski Center)
    Darrows Farm Tow
    Windham
    Hunter
    Belleayre
    Bobcat
    Plattekill
    Scotch Valley
    ...too young to remember...

      Wyoming
    Jackson Hole

      Utah
    Alta
    Snowbird
    "I need a powder day"
  • I've skied in 12 states outside New England that included 32 ski areas while I was in the Army and since I retired in 1990.  I hope to add 5 more states to enjoy my skiing addiction. :)
  • 24 for me outside New England.

    BC:
    Whistler/Blackcomb

    CA:
    Alpine Meadows
    Bear Valley
    Donner Ski Ranch
    Homewood
    Kirkwood
    Mt. Shasta Ski Park
    Sierra-at-Tahoe
    Soda Springs
    Squaw Valley
    Sugar Bowl

    CO:
    A-Basin
    Winter Park

    NV:
    Diamond Peak
    Mt. Rose

    OR:
    Mt. Ashland (earned turns after they had closed for the season)

    UT:
    Alta
    Brighton
    Deer Valley
    Park City
    Snowbasin
    Snowbird
    Solitude
    The Canyons (before they were connected to Park City)

    Combine that with my 32 from New England and I've got 56 total.
  • Pennsylvania: Spring Mt., Bear Creek, Big Boulder, Jack Frost, Tanglwood, Camelback, Shawnee, Big Bear, Elk, Montage, Blue Knob, Eagle Rock. Alpine Mt., Blue Mt.

    New York: Plattekill, Greek Peak, Belleayre, Windham, Gore, Whiteface, Dynamite Hill, Schroon Lake.

    North Carolina: Sugar, Beech, Cataloochee, Wolf Laurel.

    Colorado: Arapahoe Basin, Loveland, Winter Park, Keystone

    Utah: Snowbird, Alta, Brighton, Solitude, Canyons, Powder Mountain.

    California: Northstar.

    Nevada: Mt. Rose.

    Total: 38

  • Pennsy:  Buckaloons, Elk, Shawnee, Alpine, Camelback, Jack Frost, Big Bear
    NY: Dutchess, Plattekill, Greek Peak, Belleayre, Hunter, Windham, Gore, Whiteface, Dynamite Hill, Schroon Lake,  Catamount
    NJ:  Hidden Valley, Mountain Creek (VV/GG)
    VA: Wintergreen
    CO; Cooper, Copper, Loveland, Breck, A-Basin, Vail, Steamboat, Winter Park
    UT: Wolf something, Powder Mountain, Snowbasin
    OR: Timberline

    33

  • edited June 2016
    Outside of New England:  (not so extensive, I will probably come up with a couple of additions). 

    New York:
    1)   Plattekill
    2)   Windham
    3)   Hunter
    4)   Belleayre
    5)   Mt. Peter
    6)   Big Birch/Thunder Ridge
    7)   Gore

    Colorado:
    8)   A-Basin
    9)   Breckenridge
    10) Copper
    11)  Vail

    Utah:
    12)   Alta
    13)   Brighton
    14)   Snowbird
    15)   Solitude

    California:
    16)   Squaw Valley
    17)   Sugar Bowl
    18)   Alpine Meadows.
  • I feel like I'm in the middle of the pack here. I've been around but WOW are there some impressive lists.  Mine from West-ish to East-ish...

    1) Alyeska +Heli-ski peaks +Backcountry spots 
    2) Whistler-Blackcomb
    3) Mt Baker
    4) Taos
    5) Sante Fe
    6) Snowbird
    7) Brighton
    8) Steamboat
    9) Ski Cooper
    10) Copper
    11) Keystone
    12) A-Basin
    13) Winter Park/Mary Jane
    14) Le Massif
    15) Valle Nevado 





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