Skiing may appear as a very adventurous sport with a high risk of injuries but the truth is, the riskier it is, the more safety measures are taken to minimize the risk is what, Thomas J Salzano a professional skier tells everyone who feels that skiing is a sport with high risk.
Who is responsible for safety? The skiing resort at first, followed by the trainer and you. It the responsibility of the organizers to be sure of the safety and risk measures before they invite anyone for skiing. So before you select any resort for skiing this winter is sure that you go through the ratings and reviews of the resorts as your safety is in your hand so researches well before you make a decision.
It is the dream of every skier to gain skiing experience of all the mountains that are listed the best for skiing. It’s a proud moment for skiers to gain experience of the famous valleys and mountains that are known for skiing and rated the best by professionals.
There are many resorts across the world that are famous for skiing and here is a list of a few top-resorts for skiing in 2020 shared by Thomas J Salzano based renowned skier across the world:
Whistler Blackcomb, Canada
Whistler & Blackcomb mountains are in Canada and are considered as a dream destination for skiing as it is a big mountain experience. It is the largest winter sports area, in North America with over 8,100 acres of snow-covered slopes, 16 alpine bowls, 3 glaciers, 200 plus marked trails and world-class terrain parks.
Other than Whistler Blackcomb, the Mont-Tremblant is also a very famous resort for skiing in Canada.
Courchevel is located in the Savoie Alps of southeastern France with a ski center, with 600 kilometers of interconnected ski runs across 10 summits higher than 2,500 meters, Courchevel offers 150 kilometers of alpine ski terrain accessed by 60 lifts.
The Val Thorens, Avoriaz, Moribel are again some famous resorts in France for skiing.
Zermatt is one of the most famous resorts for skiing in Switzerland. The highest Alps’ of Zermatt is at 3,800 meters, giving the world’s biggest piste vertical of 2,359 meters. Zermatt is over 25 kilometers long and it is a gateway to one of the world’s most exhilarating off-piste experiences, the 178-kilometer mountaineering route from Zermatt to Chamonix in the French Alps, named as the Haute route.
The Gstaad, St Moritz, Andermatt are also some famous names for skiing in Switzerland.
Aspen Mountain, Colorado, USA
Aspen Mountains are again one of the best places for skiing and is recommended by almost all the skiers. The four mountains named Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk are rising up from the Roaring Fork Valley, offering a combined 5,285 acres which include 8 terrain parks, 336 marked trails and four half pipes.
The USA is a famous country for skiing and ski lovers with more than 15 resorts that are famous for skiing and other winter sports.
Val d’Isère, France
It is the top-resort of France and it shares the high valley with neighboring Tignes that provides more than 300 kilometers of interconnected ski terrain served by more than 150 ski lifts. The beautiful valley is surrounded by peaks that provide skiing at an altitude as high as 3,450 meters and is the part of Parc National de la Vanoise.
There are many resorts across the world that are counted among the top-rated resorts in words like:
- Cortina D’Ampezzo
- Park City Mountains
- Cerro Catedral
- Deer Valley
- Bretton Woods
- Sun Valley
- Purgatory at Durango Mountains
- Jackson Holy
- Park City Mountain
These are the names of the resorts and valleys that are the best known for skiing and are recommended by professional skiers like Thomas to witness the larger mountains and slopes that will add to your skiing experience.