Which is the best place in the world to skiing??
beautifulspanish: I have been in Pirinees and in some parts of Spain ...So..I want to know which do you believe that is the best place to skiing......
My favourite is Andorra!!!
keithdee2: i went to austria in 1st year at school tht was good any one looking for a skiing buddie or get into a group and go away for the week or weekend
Trippin: Not well known; not the biggest around, but Kicking Horse in Golden BC has the biggest concentration of lift accessible shit your pants terrain of anywhere I've been period. And at 4000 vertical and huge dumps of super dry champagne and no crowds you really can't beat it!
In my opinion, the best place to ski in Europe is Dolomites Superski, in Italy: 1280 km of slopes, one of most spectaculars mountains in the world, good food, and not very expensive. Impresive freerides (the best only with guides)
Chamonix Mont Blanc is also worthy. You can sky in France and Italy with Skipass MontBlanc. A lot of diferent resorts (not linked), a paradise for freeride.
Other good places are Les Portes du Soleil (650 km) in France and switzerland, Les Trois Valles in France (6oo km), Verbier in Switzerland (400km), L'Space Killy (Tignes&Val D'Isere) in France (300km), St. Anton in Austria,...
Any of Spanish or Andorran Resorts, nothing to do with the Alps resorts.
In America, Vail is the nº one: the best snow in the world, diferent bowls, very good freeride,... With its sky pass you can sky in diferent resorts: Beaver Creek (first level in luxury, only for rich people), Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin (only one and two black diamonds slopes)
IrishSpirit: COME ONNNNN GUYS! ASPEN! COLORADO! formerly known as Ajax. And while you are there? try SNOWMASS and Aspen Highlands! Its wild, wicked, high style, and all the stars are there! DO IT MAN!
neon_jenn: whistler blackcomb, british columbia.
i wish we had better hills in ontario but unfortunately thats not the case. good thing i love to travel!
brass_b: It's already been said: UTAH. Hands down...Utah wins. I've skied a lot of places in North America, and none beats the terrain, snow quality, and weather that we have. The only exception I can think of is maybe Jackson Hole (which is nice to visit, but you don't want to live there).
People come here from Europe and when I tell them I wish I could go ski the Alps some day, they say "why bother, this place is the best."
I'm biased though. I chose to live here because the skiing is so good.