Embracing the winter season this year? You can escape to the beach or you can go all in and book a trip to a snowy resort in the United States.
If you’re looking for a spot to hit the slopes, you may be interested in these popular resorts.
1. Aspen Snowmass
Aspen is renowned for its world-class skiing, upscale amenities, and vibrant apres-ski scene.
Vail is one of the largest and most famous ski resorts in the world, known for its extensive terrain and luxurious accommodations.
3. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Located in the Teton Range, Jackson Hole offers challenging slopes and stunning scenery.
4. Whistler Blackcomb
British Columbia, Canada
close to the U.S. border
While not in the United States, Whistler Blackcomb is one of the largest and most popular ski resorts in North America, attracting many American visitors.
5. Park City Mountain Resort
This resort hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics and offers a mix of challenging slopes and a historic downtown area.
6. Breckenridge Ski Resort
Known for its charming town, Breckenridge has diverse terrain suitable for all skill levels.
7. Taos Ski Valley
Taos is known for its challenging slopes and Southwestern charm.
8. Lake Tahoe Resorts
California and Nevada
The Lake Tahoe region has several ski resorts, including Heavenly, Northstar, and Squaw Valley, offering a variety of terrains.
9. Telluride Ski Resort
This resort is known for its stunning scenery and challenging slopes.
10. Big Sky Resort
Big Sky offers vast terrain and is known for its uncrowded slopes.
Before planning a trip, it’s a good idea to check current conditions, reviews, and any travel restrictions that may be in place. Additionally, preferences vary, so what might be the “best” resort for one person may not be the same for another.
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