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America's Most-Visited Ski Resorts

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When it’s time to hit the slopes, millions choose to schuss these mountains’ steeps, bowls, glades, and groomers.

No. 20 Deer Valley Resort, UT

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Annual Skier Visits: Undisclosed

Deer Valley is one of only a handful of resorts nationwide that doesn’t allow snowboarders—and the only one in our top 20. Despite its refusal to integrate, the 2,026-acre resort remains a perennial favorite for its five-star service, lodging, and dining, which includes Utah’s No. 1 Zagat-rated restaurant, The Mariposa.

America's Most-Visited Ski Resorts

No. 20 Deer Valley Resort, UT

Annual Skier Visits: Undisclosed

Deer Valley is one of only a handful of resorts nationwide that doesn’t allow snowboarders—and the only one in our top 20. Despite its refusal to integrate, the 2,026-acre resort remains a perennial favorite for its five-star service, lodging, and dining, which includes Utah’s No. 1 Zagat-rated restaurant, The Mariposa.

Courtesy of Deer Valley Resort
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