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Study Reveals The Priciest And Most Affordable Ski Resorts, Trends For 2021

The study found Deer Valley to be the most expensive ski resort in the U.S. this year. getty

A study by HomeToGo, a popular vacation rental search website, recently revealed the most expensive and affordable ski resorts in the U.S., as well as several noteworthy trends for the 2020-2021 ski season. If you are planning to hit the slopes despite the CDC recommending a pause in travel due to the Covid-19 pandemic, pay attention to government health and safety regulations in the places you’re visiting and rest assured that resorts are doing all they can to keep you safe.

Here’s a look at the 10 priciest ski resorts in the U.S., arranged from highest to lowest (accommodation rates listed are per person per night):

1. Deer Valley in Utah, with guests spending $515.28 per person per night ($286.28 for accommodation, plus a $229 lift ticket)

2. Beaver Creek in Colorado, with guests spending $512.65 per person per night ($313.65 for accommodation, plus a $199 lift ticket)

3. Aspen Snowmass in Colorado, with guests spending $489.20 per person per night ($295.20 for accommodation, plus a $194 lift ticket)

4. Vail in Colorado, with guests spending $396.11 per person per night ($197.11 for accommodation, plus a $199 lift ticket)

5. Alta Ski Area in Utah, with guests spending $383.93 per person per night ($242.93 for accommodation, plus a $141 lift ticket).

6. Telluride in Colorado, with guests spending $351.96 per person per night ($182.96 for accommodation, plus a $169 lift ticket)

7. Steamboat Springs in Colorado, with guests spending $337.24 per person per night ($112.24 for accommodation, plus a $225 lift ticket)

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