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  • Wyndham Vacation Rentals offers access to some of the best ski resorts in top North American ski destinations. With our ski vacation rentals in Sun Valley, Park City, Whistler and throughout Colorado, you can enjoy a fun ski vacation whether you're headed for a double black diamond or the bunny slope.

    Aspen has hosted televised extreme winter sports competitions for more than a decade. Keystone's popular terrain park includes more than 100 jumps, rails and other features. Whistler Blackcomb is one of the largest ski resorts in North America, while Park City's world-renowned sports park gives brave visitors a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to try bobsledding, skeleton or luge. Dollar Mountain in Sun Valley is known as one of the best teaching mountains in the country, and Beaver Creek's outdoor ice skating rink is delightful family fun. There's also après ski fine dining, boutique shopping and more in store for your ski vacation.

    Wyndham Vacation Rentals offers accommodations at private mountain homes, as well as resort condos. Ski-in/ski-out access, private hot tubs, scenic views, gas fireplaces and ski storage are just some of the available amenities you'll find at prestigious resorts. So, start searching for your ski vacations now, and get ready to hit the slopes.

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Aspen/Snowmass Resort

Aspen/Snowmass Resort hosts the annual Aspen X Games and World Cup races

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Beaver Creek Resort

Beaver Creek ski area in Colorado is one of the most diverse mountains in the world. Every type of terrain—from designated beginner areas to regions that will challenge the most experienced skiers—can be found within its 1,805 acres of skiing. With 17 efficient lifts and minimal crowds, skiiers enjoy more time on the slopes of this fabulous mountain rather than standing in lines. Beaver Creek lift tickets are also valid at Vail, Breckenridge, Arapahoe Basin and Keystone (including night skiing). Wyndham Vacation Rentals offers ski-in/ski-out accommodations at The Charter at Beaver Creek and The Borders Lodge as well as the luxurious Private Residence Collection with elegant accommodation like The Aspens and Royal Elk Villas. Mountain Quick Facts The Winter 2015/2016 season at Beaver Creek Ski Resort is scheduled for November 25, 2015. Purchase lift tickets online. 2014/2015 Scheduled Season: November 26, 2014 to April 12, 2015 The ski area usually opens in the third week in November and continues operation through mid-April. The mountain is open daily from 8:30am to 4:00pm. --> Number of Lifts 2 gondolas 10 high-speed quad lifts 2 triple chairs 3 double chairs 1 surface lift Total uphill capacity: 25,939 guests per hour Number of Trails 146 trails 2 Bowls: Rose Bowl and Larkspur Bowl 4 Terrain Parks 1 Half Pipe Longest Run: Centennial, 2.75 miles The Mountain Total Skiable Area: 1,805 acres Total Vertical Rise: 4,040 feet Terrain Classification Expert/Advanced: 38% Intermediate: 43% Beginner: 19% Snowmaking: 605 acresAverage Annual Snowfall: 310 inches (787 centimenters) Beaver Creek Ski Areas Beaver Creek Base Elevation: 8,100 feet (2,469 meters) Summit Elevation: 11,440 feet (3,488 meters) Vertical Rise: 4,040 feet (1,231 meters) 149 Trails 17 Lifts Bachelor Gulch Base Elevation: 8,100 feet (2,469 meters) 25 Trails 2 Lifts Arrowhead Base Elevation: 7,400 feet (2,255 meters) 12 Number Trails 1 Lift

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Breckenridge Ski Resort

Five interconnected peaks spanning 2900+ acres feature 187 ski trails and 4 terrain parks Breckenridge Ski Resort spans 5 interconnected peaks, covering 2,908 total acres of ski and ride terrain. The resort’s 34 lifts grant access to 187 ski trails and 4 terrain parks. The Imperial Express SuperChair, the highest chairlift in North America, carries stout-hearted skiers and riders to the high alpine bowls atop Peak 8. Well-balanced trail classifications—45% easiest and more difficult, and 55% black diamond and double black diamond trails—ensures that skiers of any level can enjoy a day on the slopes in Breckenridge.

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Deer Valley® Resort

Deer Valley® Resort consistently earns high marks for its guest service and ski school

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Keystone Ski Resort

The most skiable terrain in Summit County, as well as one of the longest ski days in Colorado

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Ober Gatlinburg

Ober Gatlinburg is part ski resort, part amusement park and all fun. Tennessee's only ski resort, Ober Gatlinburg features a state-of-the-art snow tubing park, the OGFT freestyle terrain park, and 9 groomed trails served by 2 quads, a double and one surface lift. Ski terrain ranges from Green Circle beginner slopes to expert Black Diamond runs, with 50% of the terrain designated as medium-difficulty Blue Square trails. All the slopes at Ober Gatlinburg are lighted for night skiing. Ski Mountain Sports Equipment Rentals Ski Mountain Sports at Ober Gatlinburg is a full-service winter sports outfitter offering ski and snowboard rentals, as well as winter sport apparel and accessories. Their tuning services include edges, hot wax and binding adjustments for skis and snowboards, plus full tune-ups for skis. Ski Sports Center Ski School A member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA), the Gatlinburg Ski Sports Center at Ober Gatlinburg focuses on fun and safety while teaching the basics of gliding, slowing down, stopping and turning. To promote safety on the slopes, a beginner lesson is required for all first-time skiers and snowboarders. Group lessons are also available for adults and children. Summer at Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park Ride the Aerial Tramway to the heights of family fun when summer transforms the ski resort into the Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park. With rides and attractions for all ages, the Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park is a mountain of fun. And to top it off, all Ober Gatlinburg summer attractions are free for kids 4 and under with a ticketed adult. Take a Scenic Chairlift ride up Mt. Harrison, and then coast back down to the valley on an Alpine Slide through woods, along ski trails and around hairpin turns. Reach speeds over 30mph on the Blue Cyclone Rapids as you plunge from a height of 60 feet down a fully enclosed looping water slide. Putter around on the Mini-Golf Course, or try to beat your best time through the Amaze'n Maze. And don't miss the Ober Gatlinburg Wildlife Encounter, which gives an educational and up-close look at the native wildlife of the Smoky Mountains including American black bears, river otters, and birds of prey such as the peregrine falcon and golden eagle.

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Park City Mountain Resort

Park City has varied terrain, bowl skiing, terrain parks and an Olympic Superpipe

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Steamboat Ski Resort

Family-friendly ski resort with more than 3000 skiable acres of legendary powder

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Sun Valley Resort

Famous for abundant sunshine and barely there lift lines, Sun Valley is America's original ski resort Born from the vision of an Austrian nobleman, Sun Valley Resort opened in 1936 as America’s original destination ski resort. Bald Mountain is the main attraction today, with 65 runs, 30 acres of glades and boasting the highest per person lift capacity in the world. Translation: Lots of mountain and virtually no lift lines. Sun Valley’s other mountain, Dollar Mountain, offers gentle slopes, treeless runs and the SnowSports School, earning it a reputation as one of the finest teaching mountains in the world. But, Dollar Mountain is more than just bunny hills. It’s also home to Sun Valley’s terrain park, which includes a competitive cross course, three parks for various ability levels, a Family Cross Course, and the only 22-foot Superpipe in the Northwest.

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Telluride Ski Resort

Over 2000 acres, 4 hike-to areas, 3 terrain parks, a snowshoe & nordic area, and virtually no lift lines

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Vail Resort

One of the world's largest ski resorts, Vail has 5200+ acres of terrain and Back Bowls

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Whistler/Blackcomb Resort

Whistler boasts 8000+ skiable acres, glacier skiing and the world's longest, highest ski lift

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