9. Wolf Creek Pass, Colorado
Wolf Creek Pass sits high in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado at an elevation of 10,857 feet. It has annual average snowfalls totalling 436 inches. The pass is home to the Wolf Creek Ski Area, which, not surprisingly, receives more snow than any other ski resort in Colorado. The area includes 77 trails, including the Navajo Trail, a lengthy two-mile run.
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