Here’s the latest on ski resort trail conditions, snowpack and holiday blackout dates.
Skiers and riders across Colorado and California are celebrating the best start to ski and ride season we’ve seen in years. Here’s where to head for the deepest snow and the best in Gravity Haus perks and amenities. (Snow report source: onthesnow.com on January 22, 2023)
Winter Must: Gravity Haus Steamboat is ski-in/ski-out right next to the gondola. Grab a beverage from the bar and take in the scene from a fireside seat on the deck.
Beaver Creek is reporting a 49-inch base with 6-7 inches of fresh snow forecasted between January 22-29.
Copper Mountain is reporting a 57-inch base with 5-6 inches of fresh snow forecasted between January 22-29.
Winter Must: Dryland Fitness & Spa Vail is unbeatable for snow sports recovery. Pamper sore muscles with a Dryland Spa treatment, zen out in the hot tubs, cold tubs, sauna and salt lounge and delve into additional onsite recovery modalities.
Winter Must: Dryland Winter Park is chock full of restorative offerings perfect for blissed-out après ski sessions. Follow up a yoga or meditation class with a soak in the outdoor hot tubs and some time in the steam, dry sauna and cold plunge. Revive tired legs with onsite Normatec Boots and Hypervolt percussion devices.
SKI: Breckenridge Ski Resort, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain
Breck is skiing on a 44-inch base with 5 inches of fresh snow forecasted between January 22-29.
Keystone has a 41-inch base with 6.5 inches of fresh snow forecasted between January 22-29.
A-Basin is riding on a 47-inch base with 5 inches of fresh snow forecasted between January 22-29.
Copper Mountain is reporting a 46-inch base with 5 inches of fresh snow forecasted between January 22-29.
Winter Must: Take some fresh gear out for a spin around the mountain. Gravity Haus has revamped and reimagined the Haus Quiver gear program, adding new brand partners and the industry’s most advanced downhill, uphill and backcountry gear. Don’t miss the sick ski lineup from Rossignol.
SKI: Palisades Tahoe, Northstar, Heavenly, Kirkwood
Heavenly has a 50-inch base and Kirkwood boasts a fat 124-inch base. Northstar is riding on a 67-inch base and Palisade’s base is coming in at 75-inches with a big storm rolling in next weekend (January 29), forecasted to drop a collective 40+ inches on area resorts.
Winter Must: Gravity Haus’ adventure outpost rests in the heart of Truckee-Tahoe. Onsite gathering spot Stella is a winter refuel requisite serving up seasonal nods to Mexican, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines.
VISIT: GRAVITY HAUS ASPEN (Coming in 2023!)
Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk Mountain
Aspen area mountains are skiing on a 37-inch base with 7 inches of snow forecasted between January 22-29.
Winter Must: Head to Unravel Coffee + Bar Aspen for a warm, inviting local scene. Expect live music, locally sourced après plates and brews and a pet-friendly heated patio just a few blocks away from the base of Aspen Mountain.
BOOK YOUR GRAVITY HAUS SKI SEASON LODGING
Gravity Haus is the ultimate ski season outpost and crash pad. Members enjoy up to 50% off nightly rates and spaces range from boutique bunkrooms to slopeside king suites. Book your stay today and make the most of ski season!