You know Spider Mountain, but do you know the other resorts in the collective? Most are within one days’ driving distance, and all offer something unique for your skiing and mountain biking adventures.
Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort is located in Vadito, New Mexico. The full-service resort offers a variety of rustic lodging options slopeside, as well as a full service restaurant and bar. In the summer, Sipapu has a hilly disc golf course and fishing on the Rio Pueblo.
Pajarito Mountain is just outside Los Alamos, New Mexico. It offers steep skiing and fun bumps with ample sunshine.
A small ski hill near Durango, Colorado, Hesperus has a great night skiing scene and a really fun tubing hill!
Purgatory, also located near Durango, Colorado, offers spectacular views and full amenities. These include diverse skiing and a wide range of lodging options. Purgatory also offers a jam-packed summer scene, with downhill mountain biking, a mountain coaster and more.
Located outside Flagstaff, Arizona, Snowbowl is a sun and snow lovers’ delight. Snowbowl boasts a 360-degree view, featuring peeks at the Grand Canyon on clear and sunny days. This resort also offers powder-filled bowls and big groomers.
Brian Head Resort
Brian Head Resort in Utah offers that famously dry, light, and fluffy Utah snow. Family friendly, the resort has a great range of skiing from wide greens to steep double blacks. Brian Head also offers a vibrant summer scene with downhill mountain biking, disc golf, and more.
Nordic Valley is a family resort north of Salt Lake. It offers a friendly atmosphere with night skiing, fun events and ample terrain for families.
The country’s only year-round downhill mountain bike park! Spider Mountain is located just under an hour outside of Austin, Texas. With Texas’ only chairlift, the park is on the banks of Lake Buchanan. Thunderbird Lodge offers lakeside accommodations with easy access to Spider Mountain, and the trails.
Located in the Cascade Mountains of central Oregon and 66 miles southeast of Eugene, Willamette Pass is the third largest ski area in Oregon and the Power Pass’ first Pacific Northwest (PNW) resort!