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Top 10 Luxury Ski Resorts in the West... Four Seasons Jackson Hole

Big Sky Montana
Getting to Big Sky is not luxurious unless you have a leer jet, but once you are here you are in the lap of luxury. This Montana ski resort is vast, 5, 750 acres of skiing, very scenic and friendly. The tram to 11, 166' Lone Peak is steep and serious, but most of the terrain at Big Sky is intermediate and incredibly enjoyable. The Summit Hotel is the must stay luxury property!

Jackson Hole Wyoming
Jackson Hole is notorious for its steep terrain off the 4, 000'vertical Tram and the biggest vertical in the US of any ski resort, but there is a swank side to this extreme ski mountain. The Four Season Jackson Hole, a snowball toss from the gondola is five-star and fantastic for skiers with every service imaginable. Amangani is an amazingly posh resort and spa on a private mountainside overlooking an elk preserve, the Grand Tetons and the great nearby skiing at Jackson Hole and Snow King.

Telluride Colorado
Telluride has the whole package for skiers, epic terrain, snow, stellar views, an amazing mountain village plus an authentic downtown reached by free gondola where you will find fantastic dining and friendly locals and a few celebs who celebrate their good fortune to be stuck in Telluride's snowy box canyon of Colorado with festivals, food and fun. Top it off with delicious on mountain dining at Alpino Vino and Allred's, and posh lodging like the Fairmont Franz Klammer Lodge and the ski in ski out Mountain Lodge at Telluride.

Deer Valley Utah
Deer Valley is the elite ski resort, the likes which all other resorts should esteem to be. Deer Valley is first class from valet service the moment you arrive, to well placed high speed lifts, to impeccable grooming, signage and service at every turn. The on-mountain lodges are elegant, serving wonderful cuisine, to refuel you for more Utah powder on well pitched runs like Steins.

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