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.
No, but it will look different. Here’s everything you need to know.
The drastic ways COVID-19 is impacting remote resort communities.
A drinking town with a skiing problem.
Because of record snowfall, the resort will stay open through July 4 and possibly even later.
Scaling a mountain, facing a grizzly bear, and dining at Canada’s highest restaurant are no trouble at British Columbia’s Kicking Horse Mountain resort.
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.
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.