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big snow year so the spring turns were powdery in the shade and corny in the sun. boot hikes were full of stellar views. grady's bar is a must see... (grady too)! all the staff are dialed and friendly.
The mountain lived up to the expectations as a place of raw beauty which provided an adrenaline-fueled weekend of skiing. It’s a super rustic and barebones skiing experience that fosters a great sense of camaraderie among skiers/riders.
As a skier who has managed steep terrain...More
We came on an Unguided Pass, and found the first day to be fantastic sun drenched steeps of soft crust and corn. However, it got cold and froze over night and after one run on teeth chattering frozen off piste, we decided to bail and...More
Silver ton Mountain has the unique distinction of being one of the most steepest and highest ski areas in North America. There is only one chairlift up the mountain and from there you have several hike-to-ski options. The ski trails will challenge you but are...More
For sure the best skiing I have ever experienced. We did a 6 drop Heli ski day and it was unbelievable. They take safety very seriously and are good at what they do. This is not a place for beginners everything is expert or advanced...More
Silverton Mountain has consistently delivered an amazing high alpine skiing experience, year after year: if you can handle the altitude and ski steep backcountry terrain, this should be on your list for any ski trip to Southwest Colorado! Most of the season is limited to...More
This area has wonderful views. It is also home to one of the most rock slide areas in the world. The town of Silverton is a Funky place where people open their businesses when they feel like it. A great place and views.
This is essentially lift-serviced back country skiing. Access is via a 6-mile drive on a dirt road. Most runs involve a hike from the top of the chair. Every run would be a double diamond at any other ski area. Most runs end with a...More