Buttermilk, yes Buttermilk, tops its sister Aspen resorts in ski resort survey

Buttermilk, yes Buttermilk, tops its sister Aspen resorts in ski resort survey

Eat your heart out, Aspen Mountain. Step aside, Snowmass. Forget about all your double-diamond steeps, Aspen Highlands. There’s a new top-ranked ski area in town.

Buttermilk was selected the third-best ski resort in the country, according to Condé Nast Traveler’s annual reader survey. The ‘Milk trailed only Sundance Mountain Resort, Utah, and Telluride in the opinions of Condé Nast readers.

The magazine said 600,000 people weighed in for the 32nd annual Readers’ Choice Awards.

Buttermilk bested such industry giants as Deer Valley, Utah (fourth); Sun Valley, Idaho (seventh); Whistler-Blackcomb, British Columbia (eighth); and Vail (14th).

Read more on The Aspen Times.

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