9 Longest Groomers in North America

Love the feeling of carving into fresh corduroy when you hit the slopes? Wish it never had to end? It almost doesn’t have to. Here’s a handy list of the nine longest groomed ski runs in America to satisfy your schussing crave.

1. The Last Spike at Revelstoke

9.5 miles

Found at Revelstoke Mountain Resort in British Columbia, Canada, The Last Spike Run is a staggering 9.5 miles long and is groomed often. It’s one of the 10 longest groomed ski runs in the world and the longest in North America. Although Revelstoke is known as a mountain to catch wilder rides, this slope is rated for intermediates – making it the perfect choice for people who prefer a cruising pace to bumps and steeps.

Perfectly groomed snow at a ski resort.
Here are nine of the longest groomed ski runs in North America.

2. Peak to Creek at Whistler

7 miles

The Peak to Creek at Whistler Mountain in British Columbia, Canada, is a thigh-burning 7 miles long. It’s the longest run at the resort and features a wide-open trail for carving. Check Whistler’s grooming reports for updates on when it’s just been groomed to catch the best rides on this run. It’ll be worth it.

3. Green Line down Easy Out at Blackcomb

7 miles

You can find an equally-satisfying cruiser just across from Whistler at Blackcomb Mountain. Blackcomb offers another 7 miles of groomed goodness along the Green Line trail down Easy Out.

4. Juggernaut at Killington

6.6 miles

Killington Resort in Vermont is another place to explore. Its 6.6-mile Juggernaut trail is the longest on the East Coast. It’s a great groomer that winds down the mountain, giving you plenty of time to carve through the tree-lined trails.

5. Longshot at Snowmass

5.3 miles

The Longshot at Snowmass Mountain in Colorado is one of the longest ski runs in the United States. At 5.3 miles, it offers an intermediate ride down the mountain that’s perfect for skiers who want to cruise their way through the Rockies.

Snow crew work all night to produce perfectly-lined corduroy for skiers.
Snow crews work all night to produce perfectly-lined corduroy for skiers.

6. Galloping Goose at Telluride

4.6 miles

The 4.6-mile Galloping Goose is the longest run at Telluride Ski Resort in Colorado. Good news for corduroy lovers, it’s groomed daily. Designated as beginner-to-intermediate terrain, this is the perfect long-distance ride to enjoy a beautiful day on the slopes with gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains.

7. Elk Park Ridge at Big Sky

3-5 miles

Big Sky is known for its giant terrain, and its groomers don’t disappoint. Although the longest run on the mountain – the rugged 6-mile-long Liberty Bowl – isn’t groomed, there are a couple of great alternatives for skiers who love a smoother ride. Elk Park Ridge is the longest intermediate trail on the mountain, and it’s frequently groomed for consistently good conditions.

8. Riva Ridge at Vail

4 miles

This 4-mile-long run is the longest and oldest at Vail and was one of the original trails on the mountain. Although it’s typically left as natural snow, this run is groomed every Friday. Beware: While most groomers are rated for intermediates and beginners, this run is a black diamond with a section of steeps known as the “Tourist Trap.”

9. Home Run at Park City

3.5 miles

Park City, Utah, is where you’ll find the 3.5-mile-long Home Run trail, considered one of the best pistes to catch a smooth ride. As the North American leader in groomed resorts, Park City has an expansive grooming operation that lays fresh corduroy across the resort day in and day out.

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