The 10 Best Ski Resort Disc Golf Courses

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^ Honorable Mention: Sunlight Mountain, CO. Photo credit: @cmonaco on UDisc

My obsession with playing disc golf in the spring, summer and fall continues to grow. I can’t get enough.

It’s also only fitting that American ski resorts are home to some of the best disc golf courses in the world. That’s how you say… magnetic!

To fuel my obsession, I took it upon myself to research the ski resorts with the best disc golf courses in the country according to player ratings posted on UDisc. You can learn more about UDisc here.

Check out my curated list of the best disc golf courses based on player ratings on UDisc. Enjoy!

*All ratings are based on a 1-5 star scale. Tiebreakers are decided based on the number of ratings posted on UDisco.*

ten. Aspen Mountain, Colorado

^ Credit: @yarg87 on UDisc

Evaluation- 4.2

Number of notes- 97

Holes- 18

Cost- Free to play. Must purchase a lift ticket to ride the gondola.

The description: “Play one of the highest official disc golf courses in the world – it’s a hike and a game, in one fun outing! The first 9 holes are ideal for casual disc golfers, but if you want a challenge, add the infamous back 9 for a full 18 turn.”

9. Jay Peak Disc Golf, Vermont

disc golf

^Credit: Jay Peak Resort

Evaluation- 4.3

Number of notes- 50

Holes- 18

Cost- $7 adults, $5 children

The description: “Built in the summer of 2017, the design features sweeping scenic views, elevation change, wooded and open holes, water hazards, and some exciting features that only Jay Peak can provide.”

8. Magic Mountain National, Vermont

Hole 15 is MAGNIFICENT!

^ Credit: @mattcote on UDisco

Evaluation- 4.3

Number of notes- 253

Holes- 18

Cost- $10

The description: “Disc golf is one of the fastest growing sports, and Magic Mountain has the challenging topography perfect for New England-style disc golf courses. Come to the mountain this summer and enjoy our course full 18-hole championship course through open trails and wooded glades, with just about everything nature has to offer in between.

seven. Kirkwood Mountain Resort, California

Looking back towards the tee on the 13th

^ Credit: @rufferthanstuff on UDisc

Evaluation- 4.5

Number of notes- 196

Holes- 18

Cost- FREE

The description: “Renowned by visitors and locals alike as one of the toughest courses on the West Coast, our 18-hole course weaves through trees and over mountainous terrain at 7,800′. The course has something for everyone with a wide variety of terrain and distance challenges.

6. Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort, New Mexico

^ Credit: @doctorum94 on UDisc

Evaluation- 4.5

Number of notes- 226

Holes- 20

Cost- FREE

5. 10-3 at CB (Crested Butte), CO

Hole #14

^ Credit: @chambersb on UDisc

Evaluation- 4.6

Number of notes- 131

Holes- 18

Cost- Free to play. Can buy a lift ticket to avoid the hike.

The description: “Spectacular mountain disc golf. The course is designed for players of all skill levels, but keep in mind that it covers a large area and you will need to be prepared for mountain terrain. Nice view and lots of elevation. Elevator or 45 min. 1000′ vertical hike to 1st tee. – DG Course Review

4. Arapahoe Basin Disc Golf Course, CO

^ Credit: @ladybreww on UDisc

Evaluation- 4.6

Number of notes- 553

Holes- 20

Cost- FREE

The description: “Come play Colorado’s best and most adventurous disc golf course. Explore our 20-hole course (all holes are par 3) covering just over 2 miles of our lower mountain. It’s free for the public and open 7 days a week.

3. Solitude Mountain Resort, UT

^Credit: Solitude Mountain Resort

Evaluation- 4.7

Number of notes- 368

Holes- 27

Cost- Free. Can buy a lift ticket to avoid the hike.

The description: “Disc Golf at Solitude is a great option to enjoy the outdoors at a laid back and relaxed pace with friends. Starting at 9,000 feet, Solitude’s 18-hole course is one of Utah’s best high-altitude courses.

2. Fox Run Meadows (Smugglers’ Notch, Vermont)

^ Credit: @wishbone89 on UDisc

Evaluation- 4.8

Number of notes- 1,529

Holes- 18

Cost- $10 per reserved game / $12 per in-person game

The description: “Built as a 9-hole addition to Brewster Ridge in 2014, Fox Run Meadows was expanded to 18 holes in 2017 for the Discraft-sponsored Green Mountain Championship. With open, grassy fairways and boundary markers surrounding each hole, Fox Run offers plenty of room to really let those discs fly!Multiple tee boxes allow players to choose their difficulty, and stunning views of the local mountain range provide the perfect backdrop for an incredible and challenging course.

1. Brewster Ridge Disc Golf Course (Smugglers’ Notch, Vermont)

Hole 2, blue tee box

^ Credit: @nickhover802 on UDisc

Evaluation- 4.8

Number of notes- 1,937

Holes- 18

Cost- $10 per reserved game / $12 per in-person game

The description: “Opened in the summer of 2013, Brewster Ridge is Smuggs’ traditional wooded disc golf course. With four tee boxes per hole, players can choose their own level of difficulty, ranging from beginner to professional. With tunnel fairways, tough but fair boundary lines and a beautiful Vermont wooded landscape, Brewster Ridge is a perfect choice for all ages and abilities!”

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