The Best Winter Vacations In The U.S.

Mammoth Mountain, CA

Mammoth Mountain is truly the snowy playground that snowboarders dream of—it gets 300 days of sunshine and 400in of snowfall per year. 

Vail, CO

This winter wonderland—widely regarded as one of the country’s top ski destinations—is the place to go for excellently groomed, powdery trails.

Sun Valley, ID

Opened in 1936 and often credited as the first destination ski resort in the United States.

Hunter Mountain, NY

Don't hesitate: this little-known place is becoming more and more popular. Hunter Mountain isn't very big, it's certainly not as challenging as Alpine Black Run.

Salt Lake City, UT

We mention a number of underrated winter sports on this list— from ice fishing to skiing via helicopter or even dog.

Jackson, WY

Jackson, located at the base of the spectacular Teton mountains in Wyoming, offers an outdoorsy winter escape that’s perfect for nature lovers. 

Nantucket, MA

While the peaceful coastal town of Nantucket is typically considered a summer destination, it takes on a special glow in the winter time.

Monterey, CA

If you want to escape the cold, head here for perfect temperatures and a unique blend of natural beauty, wildlife spotting and farm-to-table.

Dunton, CO

Taking a warm bath in the winter is a simple pleasure, but Colorado takes it to the next level – with views of snow-capped mountains at hot springs throughout the state.

Naples, FL

If you want to escape ice skating, snowmen, and parks this year, head to Naples, Florida. Here, beaches are attracted by average winter temperatures.

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