Top U.S. Ski Resorts for Winter Travel

With winter just around the corner, skiers all around the world are planning their trips to reach the best mountains and resorts before the season ends. From family resorts to the most challenging slopes, the needs and desires of skiers vary, but the clean blanket of snow is always a must. We’ve come up with a list of some of the top ski resorts across the country for the upcoming season to help you plan the perfect ski getaway.

Heavenly, CA/NV

This huge resort straddles the California and Nevada state lines and the scenery isn’t anything short or its name. The beautiful view of Lake Tahoe is enough to draw you in to these slopes, let alone the deep snow, varied terrain, sunshine and excellent tree skiing. The new mountain village located at the base of the mountain is great for families, attracting both families with children and advanced skiers. The resort is connected to the town of Stateline by a gondola, allowing you to explore the nightlife, casinos and restaurants of the town easily.

Beaver Creek, CO

While this resort is a bit pricier than other options, there is nothing compared to this beautiful skiing location. The resort has many beautiful hotels, white glove service, spas and fantastic dining. The skiing is also unbelievable. With one of the best ski schools in the world, these mountains are suited for any ability. Whether a novice or an expert, you can find a slope here at Beaver Creek that is perfect for you.

Aspen/Snowmass, CO

Aspen Snowmass is a ski resort that you can either do on a budget or with your top dollar and neither way will take away from your skiing experience. With every type of hotel from the St. Regis to condos in the town, any budget can have a fantastic vacation at these slopes. With four mountains in one, connected with a free bus system, skiers are able to experience even more slopes. Whether you choose to go the burger and beer route for dinner or the champagne and caviar experience, Aspen will give you a memorable ski trip for a skier of any ability.

About the Author: Emily is a guest contributor from America by Rail, specializing in train tours all across the United States, Canada and Europe.


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