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SACC Steering Committee Members:
Sierra Nevada Alliance

Endorsing Organizations:
Rocky Mountain Wild The Greater Yellowstone Coalition, The Wilderness Society, The Lands Council, Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development, Biodiversity Legal Foundation, Wild Wilderness,Wildlands CPR, Soda Mountain Wilderness Council, Conservation Northwest, Siskiyou Regional Education Project, Wilderness Workshop, Idaho Conservation League, Colorado Mountain Club, California Wilderness Coalition, American Lands Alliance, WildEarth Guardians, Native Forest Council, and the Western Wildlife Conservancy.

All Ski Areas In Colorado

# Name Grade
1 (A) Aspen Highlands Ski Resort 92.2%
2 (A) Aspen Mountain Ski Resort 91.3%
3 (A) Buttermilk Mountain Ski Resort 91.3%
4 (A) Durango Mountain Resort 87.6%
5 (A) Vail Ski Resort 80.4%
6 (A) Snowmass Ski Resort 79%
7 (B) Beaver Creek Resort 77.8%
8 (B) Keystone Ski Resort 76%
9 (B) Winter Park Resort 74%
10 (B) Telluride Ski Resort 71.3%
11 (B) Copper Mountain Ski Resort 71.2%
12 (B) Powderhorn Resort 69.1%
13 (C) Crested Butte Mountain Resort 67.8%
14 (C) Sunlight Ski Area 67.8%
15 (C) Breckenridge Ski Resort 65.2%
16 (C) Monarch Ski and Snowboard Area 62.6%
17 (D) Wolf Creek Ski Area 57.8%
18 (D) Arapahoe Basin Ski Area 56.2%
19 (D) Steamboat Ski & Resort 53.6%
20 (D) Loveland Ski Area 49.9%
21 (D) Eldora Mountain Resort 49%

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The Ski Area Citizens' Coalition works to ensure that ski area management decisions, either by the Forest Service, the ski companies, or local goverments, are responsive to
the needs of real environmental protection, local communities, and the skiing public

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