With an average 18″ base of snow, these Colorado ski resort areas have about a quarter of their trails open: Arapahoe Basin, Aspen/Snowmass, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Crested Butte, Eldora, Keystone, Purgatory, Steamboat, Vail, Wolf Creek, and Winter Park. Thanks to a warmer and drier fall it does seem to be lagging behind compared to other years. November is almost over and more snow at the high altitudes must be on the way from out west.
Notable timeshare resorts for sale in those areas include Grand Lodge on Peak 7, Gold Point Condominiums, Wyndham Pagosa, Celebrity Resorts Steamboat, Christie Lodge-Phase 1, St. James Place, HGVC Valdoro Mountain Lodge, The Historic Crags Lodge, Marriotts Mountain Valley Lodge, and Vantage Point.
Forecasts have said this ski season may be colder earlier this year, but it hasn’t panned out that way. Nonetheless avid skiiers have ample trails to choose from today and there are certainly more to follow early in 2017.
Some of the best deals remain timeshare rentals. Especially for longer term ski vacations of at least one week or more. Dollar for dollar you will get far more with a timeshare rental to base your ski vacation from than most of the other options. Plus you’ll have the extra room and amenities that make for a much more relaxing time in the snow.