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Top Colorado Ski Spots with Timeshares

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Posted on October 21, 2022

Have you been dreaming of visiting one of the top Colorado ski spots with timeshares? These hot destinations definitely don't cool down when the snow falls. In fact, winter is the busy season for most of these destinations.

Colorado timeshares provide the perfect accommodations for visiting these popular locales. Offering you all of the comforts of a vacation home at surprisingly affordable resale prices, these Colorado resorts promise unbeatable experiences for families who are looking forwarding to skiing, snowboarding and skating throughout their vacation.

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It's easy to name the top attraction in this town. The Beaver Creek Resort is the headline attraction. With 24 lifts, 167 trails and an average annual snowfall of 325 inches, this is a destination that takes its skiing seriously. Explore more than 2,000 acres of skiable terrain. It's easy to see why this is one of the top Colorado ski spots.

Of course, skiing and snowboarding are not your only options. You also might want to consider a snowmobiling adventure. Several guides who are experts in the local terrain can lead you on an expedition that you'll never forget. Your tour may take you through the White River National Forest, which boasts the biggest snowmobile trail system in the region. Soak in panoramic views from the top of the mountains on these thrilling outings.

Beaver Creek ski slope

Nordic skiing and snowshoeing are top pastimes in Avon, too. Visit McCoy Park in Beaver Creek, tailored to beginner and intermediate skiers with its 20 miles of perfectly groomed trails. You'll get amazing views of three mountain ranges. If you need gear, just stop off at the Nordic Sports Center. It's located right next to the Strawberry Park Express lift, otherwise known as chair 12.

Beaver Creek also features an ice rink that serves as a central gathering point for the entire village. Enjoy some hot cocoa and skate your cares away at this wonderful attraction.

Other worthwhile activities include a visit to the Walking Mountains Science Center and the Ritz-Carlton Spa in Bachelor Gulch.


With snowfall totals that usually are among the highest in Colorado, Breckenridge is an outstanding destination for winter skiing. Long known as a popular Colorado timeshare destination, Breckenridge Resort boasts North America's highest operating chairlift and some of the tallest mountains in the Rockies.

You'll want to set aside some time explore the charming Main Street and perhaps even take a few rides down the most popular sledding hill. However, skiing will always remain the highlight here. You've got five peaks to experience, which altogether encompass nearly 3,000 acres of skiable terrain. That means that you'll find the right park, bowl or glade for every skill level.

Breckenridge at Peak 9

This is also a fantastic destination for anyone who wants to enjoy snowshoeing and Nordic skiing. In fact, the city is home to Breckenridge Nordic Center and Gold Run Nordic Center, both of which include mile upon mile of perfectly groomed trails. You can rent the necessary equipment here too.

Have you ever wanted to experience the excitement of dog sledding? This is definitely the place to do it. Take the reins of a team of Siberian Huskies for a six-mile tour along the Swan River Valley's trails.

Most people are surprised to learn that mountain biking remains an option even in the winter. Fat bike rentals are widely available around town. Use your wheels to explore Main Street or the nearby trails. As an alternative, sign up for a fat bike distillery and brewery tour.

What could be more festive than a sleigh ride? Many tour operators make it easy to choose a simple ride or one that includes dinner and a show.

This is one place that certainly likes to show off its history. Make some time for a guided historic hike or tour. Many of these include some of the local mines. You might even encounter a ghost or two. Institutions like the Welcome Center Museum, Edwin Carter Museum, Washington Mine and Milling Exhibit and others will help you understand Colorado and its people.

Steamboat Springs

ski lift in Steamboat

There are many reasons why this Colorado town is such a hit with skiers. The champagne-powder snow is definitely high on the list, and so are the 20 chair lifts that take visitors to more than 150 carefully groomed trails. Sometimes called "Ski Town USA," Steamboat Ski Resort is a major wintertime destination.

Skiing is definitely a highlight for most visitors. You'll have a multitude of opportunities to sign up for lessons, and rentals of ski and snowboard equipment abound so that you don't have to bring your gear with you. Don't forget that this is a major night skiing destination as well. Most visitors can't wait to be whisked to the top of Christie Peak from which they can explore five trails beneath the nighttime sky.

Of course, skiing isn't the only thing to do here. You might want to take a backcountry snowmobile tour on an extensive trail system. These guided experiences are always fun and exciting. Another top activity is horseback riding. Even when snow covers the ground, you'll find plenty of opportunities to ride out on the trails.

Ice skating is a hit with visitors, too. The brand-new Steamboat Square will boast Skeeter's Rink so that anyone can put on a pair of skates and glide across the ice without a care in the world.

When you're not cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, you can indulge yourself with a dip in Strawberry Park Hot Springs, a ride on the Outlaw Mountain Coaster or a shopping excursion in the city's downtown quarter.