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Virgin Island Ski Rentals
FROM$16per day
Based on 239 reviews

Virgin Island Ski Rental carries premium ski and snowboard gear at outlet prices in Silverthorne, CO! Rent from a large selection of the latest equipment from the best ski brands, plus unlimited exchanges.read more


Keystone Resort consists of three interconnected mountains; Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback. Each of these mountains offers a variety of terrain with trails for all ability levels. Dercum Mountain features long green and blue runs and perfect groomers to keep you cruising all day. North Peak is the place for intermediate and expert skiers and riders that love long trails full of bumps. The Outback has some of Colorado’s best tree skiing in the North and South Bowls. Keystone provides one of Colorado’s longest ski days by offering night skiing.

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Base Elevation: 9,280 ft
Summit Elevation: 12,408 ft
Total Acres of Skiable Terrain: 3,148
Vertical Rise: 3,128 ft
Number of Trails: 135
Annual Snowfall: 230 inches
Lifts: 20
Longest Run: 3.5 miles
Easiest: 12%
More Difficult: 39%
Most Difficult: 49%



Copper Mountain is a unique resort that has something for everyone. The terrain is naturally divided into beginner, intermediate, and expert areas.  The areas are located on different parts of the mountain and each is generally served by its own lifts. The result is that beginners aren’t intimidated by fast-moving experts and advanced skiers aren’t held up by slower beginners.  Experts love the deep powder stashes on the mountain’s wide open back bowl area.

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Base Elevation: 9,712 ft
Summit Elevation: 12,313 ft
Total Acres of Skiable Terrain: 2,490
Vertical Rise: 2,601 ft
Number of Trails: 140
Annual Snowfall: 310 inches
Lifts: 23
Lift Capacity: 32,324 skiers per hour
Longest Run: 1.7 miles
Easiest: 21%
More Difficult: 25%
Most Difficult: 36%
Expert: 18%


Breckenridge is one of Colorado’s most visited ski towns, located approximately 100 miles west of the Denver International Airport and 80 miles west of downtown Denver.  Skiers and riders of all skill levels have five peaks and 2,908 acres of skiable terrain to explore. Breckenridge is home to four award-winning terrain parks and a 22-foot superpipe.

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Total Acres of Skiable Terrain: 2,908
High Alpine Terrain: 40%
Trails: 187
Lifts: 34
Lift Capacity: 46,800 people per hour
Acres of Snowmaking: 600
Acres of Groomed Terrain: 600
Superpipe: 22′
Terrain Parks 4
Longest Trail: 4 O’Clock – 3.5 Miles