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If you’re an experienced snowboarder, you know that not all resorts are alike. Some snowboarding resorts stand out for having the best snow conditions and slopes, while others offer a variety of training for both novices and experts alike. Whether you’ve been snowboarding all your life or you’re looking to hit the slopes for the first time, here are the best snowboarding locations in the United States:

Mammoth Mountain, CA

Mammoth Mountain is one of the best snowboarding resorts in all of California, giving you 400 inches of snowfall every year. One of the best things about Mammoth Mountain is that it has a variety of terrain for snowboarders at every level, from its alpine bowls to its above tree-line runs. It also has the largest ski school in California, which allows newer snowboarders to train. The Mammoth Lodging collection offers a wide selection of rooms, cabins, and condos to stay in, and they also offer gear experts to help you get fitted with everything you need.

Vail, CO

You can’t talk about snowboarding in the US without mentioning Vail, which has some of the best snow conditions in the country. Vail has three terrain parks from its more advanced Golden Peak and Bwana parks to its more beginner-oriented Pride Park. They also have a variety of lodging deals such as their delightful Vail Village that snowboarders can stay at. Snowboarders can rent top of the line gear to be picked up either slopeside or at the village, while their Ski & Snowboard Club offers training to beginners.

Park City Mountain Resort, UT

Park City Mountain Resort is where some of the best snowboarders in the world train. Beginners, don’t be discouraged though. It has terrains for all levels. With flexible lodging booking, seamless ski rentals for either pickup or delivery, and lessons from the Ski & Snowboard School, Park City Mountain Resort caters to all snowboarders. Also, this resort has over 7,300 acres of terrain packed with snow for you to run wild in.

Stratton, VT

Stratton is an excellent place for newer snowboarders looking to level up. It’s got 97 trails over 670 snow-covered acres, and almost half of it is suited for beginners. The Stratton Mountain School provides training to novices. Staying there You can easily find lodging options in the Green Mountains no matter what the size of your group. They even rent the latest gear from Rossignol and Burton for snowboarders of every level.

Breckenridge, CO

Breckenridge is known for having a wide variety of terrain from its Peak 9 (which is perfect for novices) to its Freeway (which is ranked among the top terrain parks in the world). It reported a whopping 311 inches of snow last year, making it a snowboarder’s paradise. Breckenridge Snowboard School also offers both group and private lessons for beginners and experts alike. It offers lodging booking flexibility with plenty of deals as well as gear rental for both pickup and complimentary delivery.