The Best Ski Resorts In North America For Beginners
Skiing is definitely wonderful. After talking about the best ski resorts in France, we decided to also highlight the best ski resorts in the North America for beginners. If you want to learn skiing or you want to practice and you are currently a beginner, these are the ski resorts you want to absolutely try.
Big White Ski Resort
This is definitely a perfect ski resort for beginners, located in Canada. You can ski in almost the entire resort on wide and easy slopes. Beginners can easily practice first curves in Happy Valley and as they get better, a gondola lift can take them to Big White Village.
Various easy slopes are available. A high speed chairlift can be taken to Big Whit Ski Resort and tourists can even enjoy various attractions in the area. From holiday apartments or hotels the beginner can access all slopes of interest without any problem. You can even learn how to ski from the Big White Ski & Snowboard School.
Telluride Ski Resort
The best possible conditions for beginners are available from Meadows to Mountain Village and at Ute Park, which is located right up the mountain. Access is offered through a quad chair lift. Some very easy and easy slopes are accessible from Ute Park and Mountain Village, all ending in Meadows. The upper part of this ski resort is reserved for more advanced skiers but there are so many great options available for beginners.
Winter Park Ski Resort
This ski resort is optimal for beginners. You have access to 37 km of easy slopes out of a total of 143 km. The easy trails lead towards the valley from Vasquez Ridge, Mary Jane and Winter Park Mountain. Some chair lifts are available and will get you to easy slopes. Slopes are wide and there is a special beginner’s area you can access. Practice lifts are present near the valley and you can practice even directly at feeder lift inside the ski resort.
Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort
There are various slow zones available, designed for slower skiers, and easy runs that start from Blackcomb Mountain and Whistler Mountain. You can even find some beginner slopes in the ski resort’s lower part. There are a total of 40 kilometers of ski slopes for beginners, which makes up 20% of what the resort has to offer.
Buttermilk Mountain Ski Resort
57% of all the slopes available here are tailored for beginners. Buttermilk Mountain is thus a perfect location for a beginner. You can go skiing throughout the entire resort on various easy slopes. You can also visit the Panda Hill, which is a practice area with double chair lift, people mover and tow rope.