You won’t find exorbitant lift ticket prices or elitist, hyper-exclusive resorts on this roundup of our favorite low-key ski destinations in the U.S.
Skiing, and the freedom it brings, feels like a wormhole through space and time—I can almost pretend that it’s January 2020 and life is still normal.
Stars and slopes.
This winter, make a point to try and visit as many ski resorts as you can.
Snow-covered trails and stunning views await you in these cross-country skiing spots.
Resorts across the country go all out to accommodate their non-skiing guests, with enough activities both on and off the mountain to fill any winter weekend.
Ditch the deer heads and plaid for a cleaner look at these simple yet refined ski hotels.
For most people spending a day on the slopes, the food options usually consist of hamburgers, pizza and wings eaten off a plastic tray, all washed down with a soda. But some ski areas are known as much for their food as their slopes and snowfall. Here are some of the best ski towns for foodies.
Eating becomes an experience with creative twists at these North American ski resorts.
Not only will kids of all ages be happy, there’s plenty for parents to enjoy, too.